Johann Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus” in Slovakia

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Die Fledermaus

Operette in three acts

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Conductor: Dušan ŠtefánekFriedrich Haider
Directed by: Miro Grisa
Set Designer: Milan Ferenčík
Costumes Designer: Erzsébet Rátkai
Choreography: Jaroslav Moravčík
Dramaturgy: Michal Benedik
Chorusmaster: Pavol Procházka
Gabriel von Eisenstein: Miroslav DvorskýJakub Pustina
Rosalinde: Adriana KohútkováPetra Perla-NôtováEva Hornyáková
Frank: Ján GallaJuraj Peter
Princ Orlofsky: Monika FabianováTerézia KružliakováDenisa Šlepkovská
Alfred: Ján BabjakTomáš JuhásOndrej Šaling
Dr. Falke: Daniel ČapkovičPavol RemenárFrantišek Ďuriač
Dr. Blind: Ivan OžvátJozef Benedik
Adele: Jana BernáthováAndrea Vizvári
Ida: Miriam MaťašováKatarína Polakovičová
Frosch: Ivan KrúpaPeter Marcin
Ivan: Peter KružliakRoman Krško
Postman: Gustáv Herényi

Die Fledermaus is a difficult test to each theatre ensemble, both from the points of view of singing and acting. A good production is a concert of actors crowned by wonderful melodies. A critic from Viennese Morgenpost newspaper wrote after the world premiere in 1874: “…sitting in a box in the Theater an der Wien one may get the best seasick, because down in the parterre everything is in the curling and waving motion, accompanied by charming tones played by the orchestra under the conducting baton of Johann Strauss. It all chatters, tunes, sings and warbles, as in the middle of spring.”

Running time: 3 hrs with one interval

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Plan of performances

Thursday November 14, 2013 – 19:00    
Monday December 2, 2013 – 19:00    
Tuesday December 31,  2013 – 19:00    
Thursday January 16, 2014 – 19:00    
Monday February 24, 2014 – 19:00    
Thursday March 27, 2014 – 19:00    

Premières: December 30,2011 New Building, Opera and Ballet Stage

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