Opening Night: 19 January 2019
Author: Johann Strauss
Title: Zemsta nietoperza
Original Title: Die Fledermaus
Authors of libretto: Karl Haffner, Richard Genée
Translators of libretto: Michał Zadara, Justyna Skoczek
Director: Michał Zadara
Musical director: Justyna Skoczek

Auditorium: Boguslawski Hall 

Running time: 3 hours, 5 min including two intervals

Ticket prices:

full-price tickets:
zone I: 120 PLN
zone II: 110 PLN
zone III: 100 PLN

concession tickets:
zone I: 85 PLN
zone II: 75 PLN
zone III: 65 PLN

rush tickets:
40 PLN  more info →

students of state theatre and art schools: 
15 PLN more info →

Die Fledermaus

The rousing operetta of all-time performed by drama actors. 

The exclusive parties, masquerades, parlor intrigues – and delinquency, trespasses, marital betrayals at the same time. The maids aspire to movie-star career while eccentric millionaires go to the prison as they would go to the ball. This is how they party in Warsaw!

director: Michał Zadara
musical director: Justyna Skoczek
set designer: Robert Rumas 
costume designers: Julia Kornacka, Arek Ślesiński 
choreography: Ewelina Adamska-Porczyk
lighting design, video: Artur Sienicki
fight choreography: Dawid Fajer
stunt effects: Piotr Nawrocki

Musical ensemble:
Justyna Skoczek – piano
Anna Maria StaśkiewiczMarcin Markowicz / Katarzyna Denkiewicz – violin
Marcin Kamiński / Robert Nalewajka – flute
Michał Górczyński / Oliwier AndruszczenkoMarcin Nowak – clarinet
Leszek Lorent – drums
Henryk Kowalewicz / Tomasz Bińkowski / Ewa Paciorek – French horn

Cast

and Daughter Emilia Mytkowska / Helena Rakowicz-Raczyńska

 


Production team:

  • director's assistants: Agata Krolov (AT), Karolina Pawłoś (AT)
  • sound technicians: Mariusz Maszewski, Marek Szymański, Hubert Majewski
  • lighting technicians: Zbigniew Szulim, Bartłomiej Kaczalski  
  • video projection: Marek Szymański, Hubert Majewski, Mariusz Chałubek, Paweł Woźniak 
  • stage manager: Adam Borkowski



Gallery:



MEDIA PATRONAGE

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