Why See Toronto Operetta Theatre - Die Fledermaus?
Revenge of The Bat
It's time to party with Toronto Operetta Theatre as they invite you into the heady whirl of Viennese high society where idle men and women about time spend time and money concocting elaborate pranks and schemes - with hilarious results. One of the most beloved in the canon, don't miss TOT's production of this timeless comic classic.
What is the story of Die Fledermaus?
In the elegant apartments and ballrooms of 19th century Vienna four people lie to each other about their whereabouts, all heading to a luxurious dance given by Prince Orlovsky. Chief amongst them is Eisenstein who's about to go to prison for a short stretch, his wife Rosalinde and their maid Adele. Will they recognise each other on the dance-floor or not? Either way, the truth will out in hilarious fashion!
Set to a lush score, masks, mischief, disguises and ridiculous revenge swirl together like waltzing dancers as man-about-town Gabriel von Eisenstein is finally paid back for a long-forgotten prank.
Opening night: 28 December 2018
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