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Gräfin Mariza

Operetta in three acts
Text by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald
In German language with surtitles

Operette
Premiere 22.10.2022
Location Großer Saal Musiktheater
Duration 02 hrs. 45 min.

Dates 2022/2023

Friday, 16. December 2022
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Saturday, 31. December 2022
Cast
19:00 - 21:45
Friday, 13. January 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Sunday, 22. January 2023
Geschlossene Vorstellung
Cast
15:00 - 17:45
Sunday, 05. February 2023
Cast
15:00 - 17:45
Tuesday, 07. February 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Thursday, 09. February 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Monday, 13. February 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Sunday, 19. February 2023
Cast
17:00 - 19:45
Thursday, 23. February 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Sunday, 26. March 2023
Geschlossene Vorstellung
Cast
15:00 - 17:45
Thursday, 30. March 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Saturday, 01. April 2023
Geschlossene Vorstellung
Cast
17:00 - 19:45
Monday, 10. April 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Tuesday, 18. April 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Thursday, 27. April 2023
Geschlossene Vorstellung
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Friday, 12. May 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Wednesday, 17. May 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Thursday, 01. June 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Tuesday, 06. June 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Friday, 16. June 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Monday, 26. June 2023
Cast
19:30 - 22:15
Saturday, 01. July 2023
Cast
17:00 - 19:45

Information

A picture-perfect operetta: the vastness of the Hungarian puszta; an impoverished aristocratic lover; an attractive, self-confident countess; a cross-cheerful buffo; a lively soubrette; touching waltzes and fiery csárdás numbers. But all these ingredients do not add up to a successful work of art unless they are combined with the greatest skill, exquisite taste, sincere feeling and a good dose of humor. Emmerich Kálmán and his librettists succeeded in this in the best possible way in their Gräfin Mariza, which was first performed in 1924.

And so, since then, generations of lovers of the light muse have suffered and fevered with the penniless Count Tassilo, who falls in love with the beautiful Mariza. But it takes an entertaining evening of operetta before the two actually find each other.

The Landestheater is pleased that after the great success of Franz Lehár's Der Graf von Luxemburg, the same directing team headed by Thomas Enzinger will also take on Kálmán's hit piece.

Pictures

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Trailer

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Cast

Gräfin Mariza
Carina Tybjerg Madsen
Fürst Moritz Dragomir Populescu
Michael Wagner
Baron Koloman Zsupán, Gutbesitzer aus Varasdin
Jonathan Hartzendorf
Graf Tassilo Endrödy-Wittemburg
Matjaž Stopinšek
Lisa, seine Schwester
Fenja Lukas
Mara Mastalir
Fürstin Bozena Cuddenstein zu Chlumetz
April Hailer
Penižek, ihr Kammerdiener
Markus Raab
Tschekko, ein alter Diener Marizas
Thomas Pohl
Manja, eine junge Wahrsagerin
Belén Alonso Alonso
Karina Jay Bailey
Tanzensemble
Ilia Dergousoff
Katharina Glas
Mischa Hall
Lan Dan Kerstanj
Elisa Lodolini
Rutsuki Povrazník
Beatriz Scabora

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