New Stage

15 March
12:00
2014 | Saturday
Stars of the Stars
Die Fledermaus
Opera in 3 acts
Artists Credits
Conductor
Cast
Anna Aglatova - Adele, Rosalinde's maid
Anastasia Moskvina - Rosalinde, his wife
Oxana Gorchakovskaya - Ida, Adele's sister
Svetlana Shilova - Prince Orlofsky (in point of fact - a princess)
Yuri Markelov - Dr. Blind, a lawyer
Sergei Radchenko - Alfred, a typical tenor
Igor Golovatenko - Dr. Falke, doctor of psychology
William Dazeley - Gabriel von Eisenstein
Nikolai Kazansky - Frank, captain of the ship
Opera company
Choreography by Dennis Boroditsky (revisions)
Richard Genee, Author libretto
Karl Haffner, Author libretto
Valery Borisov, Chorus Master
Igor Chapurin, Costume Designer
Damir Ismagilov, Lighting Designer
Christoph-Mathias Mueller, Musical Director
Zinovy Margolin, Set Designer
Zinovy Margolin , Set Designer
Vasily Barkhatov, Stage Director
Premiere of this production: 17 Mar 2010

The performance has 2 intermissions

Libretto by Karl Haffner and Richard Genee

Synopsis

Act I
Alfred sings a serenade to Rosalinde, but it is Adele who hears it. Adele, intends to go to Prince Orlofsky’s ball and invents a story about an ailing aunt. Eisenstein, who should be departing for prison, goes instead to the ball. Rosalinde is counting on spending the evening with Alfred — but the latter, mistaken for Eisenstein, is taken off to prison.

Act II
The cream of society gathers at the ball: Orlofsky is bored, but Falke promises to liven things up by a practical joke; Adele pretends to be an actress, Eisenstein — a French Marquis. A mysterious Hungarian countess keeps her mask on the whole time and therefore no one recognizes her as Rosalinde. The champagne flows, the guests make merry.

Act III
Alfred sings an aria while waiting for a lawyer. Adele demonstrates her acting skills to Frank. Finding his place at prison already occupied, Eisenstein gives himself out to be the lawyer. In answer to her husband’s accusations that she has deceived him, Rosalinde confronts him with the watch, presented by Eisenstein to the ’Hungarian countess’. Orlofsky reveals his true identity, Falke delights in the fact his friend has been made to look a fool. All are forgiven — it is the champagne which is at fault!


Main Stage 1 Teatralnaya ploschad (1 Theatre Square), Moscow, Russia
New Stage Bol'shaya Dmitrovka Street, 4/2, Moscow, Russia
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