With my stage design, I attempt to provide an ideal screen for the director’s ideas and to create rooms in which the performers feel at ease and safe. This is successful when a complete unity is finally created.
About the project in Bad Hall, I am especially delighted to be part of a new start and thus have the opportunity to set aesthetic benchmarks.
Ina Reuter comes from Essen (Germany) and lives in Mostviertel, Lower Austria. She studied stage design in Hamburg with Wilfried Minks and Raimund Bauer. Since 1996, she has worked as a free-lance stage and costume designer, e.g. at Hamburger Kammerspiele, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Schauspiel Leipzig, Stadttheater Krefeld, and Theater Bielefeld. For Schauspiel Kiel, she created the overall design for Der Mulatte (Hans Christian Andersen) together with Daniel Karasek, An Ideal Husband (Oscar Wilde), As You Like It (William Shakespeare), The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde), and The Cherry Orchard (Anton Chechov). In 2006, she worked for ‘Tiroler Festspiele Erl’ (Tyrolean Festival Erl), creating the settings for Tristan und Isolde and Parsifal under the director Gustav Kuhn. Since 2011, she has repeatedly worked for the Operetta Summer Kufstein. Most recently, in 2015 she developed the setting for Das weiße Rössl under the director Wolfgang Gratschmaier and under the musical direction of Ernst Theis.
In 2014, Die Zirkusprinzessin (The Circus Princess, Kálmán) was staged by director Wolfgang Gratschmaier. Ina Reuters was the production designer.