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  • Technology Behind the Scenes

    Ybl’s Opera House
    Kiscell Museum, 10 October 2014 – 18 January 2015

    Text: Pál Ritoók
    Photos: BTM Kiscell Museum


    The exhibition focuses on the original architectural drawings of the famous Neo-Renaissance building and also presents its innovations in the technical fields. „Theatrical works” should fulfill a number of technical requirements; numerous equipments and machines are operated behind, above and below the stage serving the best probable illusion while the building should provide for the seating, comfort, communication and security of people in their thousands. The Budapest Opera House was inaugurated on the 27th of September 1884. In the exhibition the original ventilation, fire prevention, shrinkler and lighting systems of the building are presented. In the exhibition a simplified model presents the working method of the stagecraft system which was used for almost 100 years in the Opera House.