Ingo Krügler studied costume and fashion design in Berlin and London. After his studies, he assisted in various Viennese theatres, at the Opéra national de Paris and the Munich and Salzburg opera festivals for productions by Thomas Langhoff, Stefan Herheim and David McVicar. Ingo Krügler also profiled himself as a costume designer for theatre (Tim Kramer's productions of Nora, Comedy of Errors and Hamlet, among others) and musical (with titles such as Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar). Since 2007, he has worked closely with director Calixto Bieito, including for Jenůfa (Staatsoper Stuttgart), Ibsen's Brand (Oslo), Armida and Dialogues des Carmélites (Komische Oper Berlin), Schiller's Don Carlos, the stage version of Lulu (Nationaltheater Mannheim), and Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny (Opera Ballet Vlaanderen). Recent collaborations with Calixto Bieito include Reimann's Lear (Firenze and Paris), Otello (Hamburg), Fidelio (Munich), Le Grand Macabre (Dresden) and La bohème (South Africa). For DNO, he already made the costume designs for Die ersten Menschen.
Last update: 21-12-2022