Die Fledermaus - Schedule, Program & Tickets

Die Fledermaus

Musical director Cornelius Meister
Production by Otto Schenk
Stage Günther Schneider-Siemssen
Costumes Milena Canonero
Choreography in the 2nd act "Under thunder and lightning" Gerlinde Dill

Gabriel von Eisenstein Georg Nigl
Rosalinde Camilla Nylund
Frank Jochen gourmet cup
Prince Orlofsky Christina Bock
Alfred, a tenor Michael Laurenz
Dr. Falcon Martin Hässler
Adele Regula Mühlemann
Frog Peter Simonischek

3.1.2021
Gabriel von Eisenstein Jörg Schneider
Rosalinde Laura Aikin
Frank Hans Peter Kammerer
Prince Orlofsky Stephanie Houtzeel
Alfred, a tenor Thomas Ebenstein
Dr. Falcon Clemens Unterreiner
Adele Daniela Fally
Frog Peter Simonischek

5.1.2021
Gabriel von Eisenstein Georg Nigl
Rosalinde Camilla Nylund
Frank Jochen gourmet cup
Prince Orlofsky Stephanie Houtzeel
Alfred, a tenor Michael Laurenz
Dr. Falcon Martin Hässler
Adele Regula Mühlemann
Frog Peter Simonischek

The plot revolves around the ball at Prince Orlowsky.
In the first act, all the people involved are magnetically drawn to him, with the exception of Alfred, the tenor who is in love with Rosalinde, who strolls along the edge of the action like a comet: The housemaid Adele is, as she believes, invited there by her sister Ida and needs one Invent a touching story of a sick aunt in order to get an exit after some back and forth, and her employer, the reindeer Eisenstein, is supported by his friend Dr. Falke is persuaded to have fun with him at Orlowsky's instead of serving the prison sentence that was assigned to him for defamation of office - of course, Dr. Falke has his own plan, because Eisenstein once embarrassed him in front of the whole city when he let him go home drunk after a masked ball and disguised as a bat. Now Falke sees the opportunity for revenge. That's why he finally invites Eisenstein's wife Rosalinde to the ball. Before that, she got into considerable confusion when, after Eisenstein's alleged departure from arrest, her former admirer, Alfred, appeared, oppressed her heart, but was arrested in Eisenstein's place by the prison director, Frank. After this official act, Frank goes to Orlowsky's ball, satisfied.
There in the 2nd act all of Dr. Falke arranged entanglements perfectly. To his amazement, Eisenstein meets his chambermaid Adele, who cheekily denies her identity, becomes friends with the prison director and finally falls in love with his wife, who is disguised and disguised as a Hungarian countess.
The 3rd act unties the knot again. He plays in prison, which is given a dubious note by the never sober bailiff Frosch. Little by little everyone found their way there: After the extremely hungover director Frank, first Adele, who was looking for a patron to develop her dramatic talent, along with her sister Ida, then Eisenstein, who was astonished to find out that he had been locked up all night was; When Rosalinde appears and demands an interview with a notary together with the arrested Alfred, Eisenstein takes the place of the notary Dr. Blind and so behind the events of the previous evening. Fortunately, he finally lets himself be convinced that this too is part of Dr. Falke's plans for revenge were, and so everything turns out well, all the more so since Adele actually finds her patron in Prince Orlowsky.

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Die Fledermaus