The Merry Widow
Since its premiere on December 30, 1905, it has been performed more than 250 000 times all over the world. And no wonder – Lehár’s instinctively enticing blend of waltzes, polkas, marches, mazurkas and can-cans takes us to the world of brilliant entertainment.
Orpheus in the Underworld
Offenbach’s rhythmic and imaginative music, with songs that could nowadays beat every Eurovision hit, the wittiness and excellent punch lines of the librettists, and the chance of giving an enjoyable spectacle to the audience are the reasons why the operetta “Orpheus in the Underworld” should be staged again and again.
Andres Dvinjaninov, the stage director, will bring to the audience the jolly characters from Astrid Lindgren’s beloved children’s book, together with whom it is possible to discover not only Spunk but much more …perhaps a little bit of Pippi inside ourselves?
The Count of Luxembourg
With its charmingly romantic theme, effective stage action and abundance of spirited and delicate moods “The Count of Luxembourg” gave Franz Lehár every opportunity to display his talent. First premiered with immediate international success in 1909, it makes for timeless entertainment with its most apparent charm, spirit and romanticism.