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April 07
Saturday

18:00
Johann STRAUSS
The Bat
 

Operetta in 3 acts

Libretto by Carl HAFFNER, Richard GENEE, Nikolaj ERDMAN, translation to Lithuanian by Antanas DRILINGA

 

"The Bat" – the unsurpassable Vienna operette classique

XVIII century Vienna is the city of theatres. „If a theatre had not existed, the Austrians would have invented one“, says theatre critic H. Laube (1806-1864).


The word operette appeared for the first time in mid of the 18 century as a short comedy accompanied by music and songs; but only due to Mr. Strauss it became „an easy, jolly, optimistic, nicely-costumed and brightly sounding musical comedy.“


Director:
Ramūnas KAUBRYS
Conductor:
Stasys DOMARKAS
Set Designer:
Artūras ŠIMONIS
Costume Designer:
Jolanta RIMKUTĖ
Choreographer:
Aurelijus LIŠKAUSKAS
Music Director:
Stasys DOMARKAS


Assistant Conductor:
Dmitrijus ZLOTNIKAS




Key performers / Cast
Henrikas Aizenštainas 
Mindaugas GYLYS 
Mindaugas ROJUS 
 
Rozalinda 
Aistė ŠIRVINSKAITĖ 
Judita BUTKYTĖ-KOMOVIENĖ 
 
Adelė 
Rita PETRAUSKAITĖ 
Rasa ULTERAVIČIŪTĖ 
 
Falkas 
Kęstutis NEVULIS 
Virginijus PUPŠYS 
 
Orlovska 
Aurelija DOVYDAITIENĖ 
Natalija URNIKIENĖ 
 
Alfredas 
Deividas NORVILAS 
Aurimas RAULINAVIČIUS 
 
Frankas 
Artūras KOZLOVSKIS 
 
Frošas 
Šarūnas JUŠKEVIČIUS 
Stanislovas REZGEVIČIUS 
 
Blinda 
Rolandas EINIKIS 
Viačeslavas TARASOVAS 
 
Eigulys 
Stanislovas REZGEVIČIUS 
Vytautas VIRGANAVIČIUS 
 
Liokajai 
Rolandas EINIKIS 
Stanislovas REZGEVIČIUS 
Viačeslavas TARASOVAS 
Vytautas VIRGANAVIČIUS 
 
Nežinomasis 
Aurelijus LIŠKAUSKAS 
Arūnas RAMELIS 
 



The operettes by J. Strauss are full of dances: polka, walts, gallope, chardash – all these dances compliment to the action, enrich the festive feelings, elevate romantically high spirits and jubilee.


The Bat is the third operette written by J.Strauss. it was written in 1847. Libretto easily traces down to the French author R.Benedix‘ comedy „ The Prison“ and the popular vaudeville by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy „The Christmas Eve“. K.Haffner and R. Genée adapted the libretto providing it with the Vienna-style colouring.


The first night of „The Bat“ was held in „An der Vien” theatre, however, it did not enjoy at the time the great success and after the 17 performances its full score was put to the archives. Only after it celebrated the hundredth performance, the Vienna audience returned this one of the most perfect operettes onto its theatres‘ stages.