Oh, What a Night
Waltzes as intoxicating as champagne abound at Prince Orlovsky's masked ball, where elaborate plots are uncorked and romantic assignations go astray. At the epicenter of it all is suave Gabriel von Eisenstein, blissfully unaware that the piquant Hungarian countess he is wooing is actually his wife, Rosalinde. By daybreak, the party guests find themselves at the city jail, where the Eisenstein's recharge their mutual passion and everyone is free to leave, following a final chorus of course — in honor of champagne.
Performed at The Crosby Theatre
Johann Strauss Jr.
Carl Haffner & Richard Genee
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The tender, yet hilarious story and effervescent music will waltz right into your heart.
July 14, August 1
Gabriel von Eisenstein
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Dating from 1874, Die Fledermaus is considered by most critics to be the greatest of all Viennese operettas. It’s been 25 years since this landmark production, conceived by the esteemed late director Charles Ludlam, last appeared at The Santa Fe Opera. Ned Canty, who directed two riotous productions in recent years (The Last Savage, 2011, and The Daughter of The Regiment, 2015) will stage direct Die Fledermaus with all of its irresistible waltzes and arias in 2017.