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Die Fledermaus

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Conductor
Henry Holt

Associate Conductor/
Music Administrator

Frank Fetta

Stage Director
Hans Neugebauer

Set Designer
Miguel Romero

Costume Designer
Steven B. Feldman

Lighting Designer
Russell Pyle

Choreographer
Don Sparks

Chorus Director
Jeannine Wagner

Wigs & Makeup Designer
Larry Cannon

Technical Services
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Die fledermaus
First performance
Theater an der Wien, Vienna
April 5, 1874

Los Angeles Opera Theater
Dates of Performances:
April 21, 24, 26, 28, 29, 1984
Wilshire Ebell Theater,
Los Angeles, California

 

Die Fledermaus

An Operetta in Three Acts
Music by Johann Strauss II

Libretto in German by C. Haffner and R. Genee based on the
French farce Le Reveillon of Meilhac and Halevy
after the German comedy by Roderich Benedix entitled The Prison.

English Translation by Ruth and Thomas Martin
(by arrangement with G. Schirmer &. Sons)

with
Los Angeles Opera Theater Opera Orchestra

 
CAST
 
Gabriel von Eisenstein,
a wealthy Austrian
  Charles Roe
Rosalinda, Eisenstein's wife Ellen Shade
Alfred, a tenor Augusto Paglialunga
Adele, chambermaid
to the Eisensteins
Joan Zajac
Blind, Eisenstein's lawyer Robert Schmorr
Dr. Falke, friend of Eisenstein Scott Reeve
Frank, prison warden Michael Gallup
Sally, Adele's cousin Kimberly Allman
Frosch, jailer Alfred Dennis
Prince Orlofsky, a young wealthy Russian Lisa Turetsky
Ivan, major-domo of Orlofsky Dimitri Bess
Russian Dancers Don Sparks, Deanne Sparks

Guests at Orlofsky's party, waiters, entertainers

About 1850, in Vienna.
 
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