Felice Ross

Lighting Designer Manon Lescaut, Boulevard Solitude

Felice Ross was born and studied Lighting Design in the USA. She now lives
in Israel. She has designed the lighting for many theatre, opera and dance
productions as well as art installations in Europe, Israel, Korea and the USA.
Opera designs include Le Barbier de Séville, The Medium, Onegin, La traviata
(Israeli Opera); Otello, Onegin, Pique Dame, Don Giovanni, Don Carlo, Ubu
Roi, Wozzeck, The Flying Dutchman (Grand Opera Warsaw); Andrea Chenier
(Washington National Opera); Così fan tutte (Grand Opera, Poznan); Polanski’s
Dance of the Vampires (Roma Musical Theatre; Warsaw); Medee, Macbeth, Lulu
(La Monnaie); Eugene Onegin (Bayerische Staatsoper); Iphigénie en Tauride,
Parsifal, Poppea and Nerone, The Makropulos Case, Le Roi Roger (National
Opera, Paris, last two co-produced with Teatro Real, Madrid); Poppea and
Nerone (Teatro Real, Madrid); La traviata (Savonlinna Festival, Finland); Onegin,
ballet El Amore Brujo (Palau de les Arts, Valencia); A Rake’s Progress
(Staatsoper, Berlin); A Table, Hymne a l’Amour (Seo Dance Co, Seoul); Aunt
Leah, Emma Goldman’s Wedding, Rooster (Barak Marshall Dance Co, Tel Aviv).
Rina Shenfeld Dance Co. Tel Aviv, Hyenna Dance Co. Antwerp.