29February
Saturday19:00 - 22:00
1 Intermission
29February

Der Zigeunerbaron

PremiereOperetta by Johann StraußIn German language Premiere Operetta by Johann Strauß In deutscher Sprache
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The sly Sándor Bárinkay returns to the place of his ancestors, picks the pretty and confident Saffi as his lover and is instantly declared the Gypsy Baron. But their idyll is destroyed by Count Homonay, who is recruiting soldiers for an impending war in the noman’s-land of the Habsburg monarchy.

The world premiere of this operetta in 1885 granted Johann Strauss his greatest stage success within his lifetime.

Performances

Saturday, 29 . February 2020 19:00 - 22:00 1 Intermission

Cast

  • Dirigent Alfred Eschwé
  • Regie Peter Lund
  • Bühnenbild Ulrike Reinhard
  • Kostüme Daria Kornysheva
  • Choreographie Florian Hurler
  • Video Andreas Ivancsics
  • Choreinstudierung Thomas Böttcher
  • Sándor Bárinkay, ein junger Emigrant Lucian Krasznec
  • Czipra, Zigeunerin Martina Mikelić
  • Saffi, Zigeunermädchen Kristiane Kaiser
  • Kálmán Zsupán, ein reicher Schweinezüchter im Banat Kurt Rydl
  • Arsena, seine Tochter Anita Götz
  • Mirabella, ihre Erzieherin Regula Rosin
  • Ottokar, ihr Sohn David Sitka
  • Conte Carnero, königlicher Kommissär Boris Eder
  • Graf Peter Homonay Marco Di Sapia
  • Páli, Vorarbeiter Hubertus Reim

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