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Die Fledermaus

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Ph. Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano
From 19 January to 11 February 2018
Johann Strauss

First performance at Teatro alla Scala

Teatro alla Scala Chorus, Ballet Company and Orchestra
New Teatro alla Scala production

 

FIRST ACT: 52 minutes / Intermission: 30 minutes / SECOND ACT: 50 minutes / Intermission: 25 minutes / THIRD ACT: 41 minutes

Running Time: 3 hours 18 minutes intermissions included

Conductor Cornelius Meister
Staging Cornelius Obonya
Co-staging Carolin Pienkos
Sets and costumes Heike Scheele
Lights Friedrich Rom
Choreography Heinz Spoerli
Video Alexander Scherpink

CAST

Eisenstein

Peter Sonn

Rosalinde Eva Mei
Dr. Falke Markus Werba
Frank Michael Kraus
Adele

Daniela Fally

Maria Nazarova (31 Jan., 2 and 4 Feb.)

Princesse Orlofskaya Elena Maximova
Alfred Giorgio Berrugi
Dr. Blind Kresimir Spicer
Frosch Paolo Rossi

Detailed Ballet Company Cast

19, 21, 23 January and 2, 4, 11 February 2018
A woman Marta Romagna
A man Massimo Garon
Three men Czardas Federico Fresi, Maurizio Licitra, Salvatore Perdichizzi
Soloist couple Beatrice Carbone, Massimo Garon
  And Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company
   
28 e 31 January 2018
A woman Deborah Gismondi
A man Federico Fresi
Three men Czardas Federico Fresi, Maurizio Licitra, Salvatore Perdichizzi
Soloist couple Beatrice Carbone, Massimo Garon
  And Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company

 

NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE

 

Die Fledermaus opens an important chapter in the history of musical theatre: this is not an operetta but a proper Viennese comic opera, unique for its musical and theatrical complexity. Staged for the first time at La Scala, this masterpiece is conducted by Cornelius Meister, while the direction is entrusted to Cornelius Obonya, a leading figure in the theatre world, who hails from an illustrious Austrian theatrical dynasty. With Eva Mei, Peter Sonn and Markus Werba in the cast, and Paolo Rossi in the comic spoken part of the jailer Frosch, the production is animated by the choreography of Heinz Spoerli.

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