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Ball im Savoy

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Komische Oper BerlinBehrenstraße 55-57, Berlin, Germany
Dates/times in Berlin time zone
Performers
Komische Oper Berlin
Adam BenzwiConductor
Barrie KoskyDirector
Chorsolisten der Komischen Oper Berlin
Christoph SpäthTenorMarquis Aristide de Faublas
Dagmar ManzelSopranoMadeleine de Faublas
Helmut BaumannDirectorMustapha Bey
Katharine MehrlingSopranoDaisy Darlington (José Pasodoble)
Agnes ZwierkoMezzo-sopranoTangolita
Peter RenzTenorArchibald
Christiane OertelMezzo-sopranoBébé
Otto PichlerChoreography
Lindenquintett Berlin

First performed in Berlin in 1932 (with the Metropol Theatre Orchestra), this masterpiece from the pen of Jewish-Hungarian composer Paul Abraham, a dazzling revue about love, sex and the paso doble, was revived in Behrenstraße 80 years after its premiere and has been one of the house's box-office hits ever since. A rousing mixture of Berlin jazz, Hungarian Csárdás, Viennese melodiousness and Yiddish klezmer, Ball im Savoy tells a crazy story about a newly married society couple whose fidelity is put to the test. A sparkling spectacle! 

And in the middle of it all, three of the great operetta divas of our day: Dagmar Manzel, Katharine Mehrling and Helmut Baumann. "A furious dance on the volcano ... more than three hours of cabaret spectacle between ambiguity and winking." [dpa]

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