The Oberlin Opera Theatre with the Oberlin Orchestra will be presenting an opera by Johann Strauss, Jr.:
Wednesday, March 13, 2013, 8 pm
Friday, March 15, 2013, 8 pm
Saturday, March 16, 2013, 8 pm
Sunday, March 17, 2013, 2 pm
Single Tickets: $15 Public, $6 Students, $10 Seniors/OC Staff and Faculty. All tickets $3 more at the door.
*Admission by individual ticket. Tickets can be obtained through Oberlin College Central Ticket Service (CTS) at 440-775-8169 or 800-371-0178, or online at http://oberlin.edu/artsguide/tickets/.
Set in 19th century Vienna, Die Fledermaus is one of Johann Strauss’s most celebrated and popular operettas, filled with lively melodies and unforgettable waltzes. The light, comic work as described by Director Jonathon Field, “Die Fledermaus has long been the New Year's Eve opera in Vienna, and we are giving it a touch of spring's awakening this March. It is a well-made soup of mistaken identities, revenge, saucy maids, philandering husbands, and ambiguous Russians. It is guaranteed to bring a smile to all in the audience.”
The cast for this production of Die Fledermaus is comprised entirely of Oberlin Conservatory students. Two casts alternate with one cast performing on Wednesday and Saturday, the other on Friday and Sunday.
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