Costume designer Doey Lüthi is back at Oper Frankfurt, where she worked for the first time in 2018 on an unforgettable production, and first ever performances in Germany, of Lost Highway, for this new Tamerlano. She recently worked on Martinů’s The Greek Passion at Opera North in Leeds, Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen and Eötvös’ Tri sestry / Three Sisters in Yekaterinburg. Engagements in recent seasons have taken her to the Wuppertal Bühnen (several times, for Surrogate Cities, Die Liebe zu den drei Orangen / The Love for Three Oranges and Hoffmanns Erzählungen / The Tales of Hoffmann), the Staatstheater in Hannover for Der fliegende Holländer / The Flying Dutchman, Opera Göteborg for The Big Noise / Shadowland, Opera North for Gianni Schicci, the Staatstheater in Braunschweig for The Rake’s Progress, the Saarländische Staatstheater for Macbeth and Staatstheater in Karlsruhe for Un ballo in Maschera and Peter Grimes. Doey Lüthi has also worked at English National Opera in London, Glimmerglass Opera, the Opéra National de Bordeaux, Theater an der Wien, Den Norske Opera in Oslo, the Deutsche Oper and Staatsoper Berlin, Theater Basel and Nationaltheater in Mannheim. She studied set and costume design at New York University and the many directors with whom she regularly works include Christopher Alden, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Elina Finkel and Roy Rallo.