- Alejandro Almaraz
- María Bernardini
- Juliana González
- Natalia Müller
- Martín Ollo
- Lihue Pumilla
Manuel Garrido is a lighting designer working internationally on plays, musicals, dance and opera.
In 2008 Manuel began collaborating as a stage lighting designer with an internationally recognized director of opera and theater. This fruitful creative relationship develop almost ten productions for the stage such as Oedipus the King (Play), The Twelfth Night (Play), Happy End (Musical), Don Giovanni (Opera).
In 2010 he designed the lights for his first Opera: Mozart´s "Don Giovanni" and he toured to China as the Technical Director of a Ballet Company who performed at The 11th China Shanghai International Arts Festival in the Shanghai Grand Theatre, China.
Manuel was nominated for Best Lighting Design in the 2010 ACE Awards for the Italian play LA GRANDE MAGIA staged at the San Martin General Theatre in Buenos Aires. This production was also nominated for Best Lighting Design in the 2010 Maria Guerrero Awards and the 2010 World's Theater Award.
He currently lives in Singapore.
Hutong (胡同) (2010)
Yaroslavl <13> (2010)
An ice shanty (also called an ice shack, ice house, fishing shanty, fish house, bobhouse, or ice hut) is a portable shed placed on a frozen lake to provide shelter during ice fishing. They can be as small and cheap as a plastic tarp draped over a frame of two-by-fours, or as expensive as a small cabin with heat, bunks, electricity and cooking facilities.
Suzdal <15> (2010)
Suzdal (Су́здаль) is a town in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated north- east of Moscow, 26 kilometers (16 mi) from the city of Vladimir, on the Kamenka River. Population: 11,357 (2002 Census); 12,063 (1989 Census).
Rostov <5> (2010)
Rostov (Russian: Росто́в; Old Norse: Rostofa) is one of the oldest towns in Russia and a tourist centre of the so-called Golden Ring. It is located on the shores of Lake Nero in Yaroslavl Oblast, 202 km to the north east of Moscow. Population: 34,141 (2002 Census); 35,707 (1989 Census).
Vladimir <23> (2010)
Vladimir (Влади́мир) is a city in Russia, located on the Klyazma River, 200 kilometers (124 mi) to the east of Moscow along the M7 motorway. It is the administrative center of Vladimir Oblast. Population: 315,954 (2002 Census); 349,702 (1989 Census). Vladimir was one of the medieval capitals of Russia, and two of its cathedrals are a World Heritage Site. It is served by Vladimir Semyazino Airport, and during the Cold War Vladimir was host to Dobrynskoye air base.