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Budapest Operetta Theatre
1065 Budapest Nagymező u. 17.
312-4866


Operetta - Musical
March 20th
Budapest Operetta Theatre, 7:00 pm
Emmerich Kálmán: Die Bajadere – première
Operetta in two parts
Modernised with a libretto by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald by: István Kállay and Miklós Gábor Kerényi
Director: KERO®
Main roles: Erika Miklósa, Attila Dolhai, Marika Oszvald, Szilvi Szendy, László Csere, Miklós Máté Kerényi

With the chorus, ballet company and orchestra of the Operetta Theatre.
Conductor: László Makláry
Sets: Erzsébet Túri
Costumes: Rita Velich
Musical director: László Makláry
Choirmaster: László Kéringer
Assistant to the Choreographer: Erika Szabó
Master of play: Tamás Bori
Choreographer: Jenő Lőcsei
Prince Radjami, heir to the throne of Lahore, lives the life of carefree Europeans in Paris. According to the laws of his country he must soon marry and occupy the throne of his ancestors. But he has fallen in love with Odette, the celebrated Parisian artist, who is playing the leading role in a variety hall in The Bayadère, an operetta with an Indian theme. The story is set in a prince’s palace, in an "Indian setting". The "mystic" environment of the stage helps the prince to win Odette.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsuSqHBfBIU
Operetta performance in Hungarian, with German surtitles.
Coproduction with the St. Petersburg State Musical Comedy Theatre

Prices: 8000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 2000 HUF



Operetta - Musical
March 21st
Budapest Operetta Theatre, 7:00 pm
Emmerich Kálmán: Die Bajadere
Operetta in two parts
Director: KERO®
With: Erika Miklósa, Attila Dolhai
Who are the Bayadères? Indian temple dancers and singers. They belong to the gods and show their devotion to them with dance, song and other services. The order of Bayadères admits only girls who are still in their childhood and whose parents entirely renounce them in favour of the temple. The Bayadère is not required to preserve her virginity; she can form a relationship with a man who is not from a lower class. The children of Bayadères are educated by the priests: the boys become temple musicians and the girls temple servants. The Bayadères join up in groups and travel around the country under the supervision of an elder woman leader (daja).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsuSqHBfBIU
Operetta performance in Hungarian, with German surtitles.
Coproduction with the St. Petersburg State Musical Comedy Theatre

Prices: 8000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 2000 HUF




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