The costume designer Doey Lüthi is back at Oper Frankfurt, where she enjoyed great success with unforgettable productions of Olga Neuwirth's Lost Highway (director: Yuval Sharon), Handel's Tamerlano and Cimarosa's L'italiana in Londra, both directed by R.B. Schlather, with whom she created this production of Madama Butterfly, which opened last season. Recent engagements have included Martinůs 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. Other productions have taken her to English National Opera in London, Glimmerglass Opera, Den Norske Opera in Oslo, the Opéra National de Bordeaux, Theater an der Wien, Theater Basel, Nationaltheater in Mannheim and the Deutsche Oper and Staatsoper in Berlin. She recently designed costumes for Cavalli's La Calisto at La Scala Milan, Braunfels’ Die Vögel / The Birds and a Janáček/de Falla double bill at the Opéra national du Rhin. Future plans include Cherubini's Medea at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. She studed at New York University and works with directors including Christopher Alden, Elina Finkel, Daniel Fish, Ted Huffman and Sir David McVicar.