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THE MAGIC FLUTE

Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Prince Tamino is sent out by the Queen of the Night to free her daughter from the hands of Sarastro and his initiates. Together with the birdcatcher Papageno, he succeeds in entering the Temple of Wisdom. Here Tamino discovers that Sarastro is by no means the villainous creature the Queen of the Night made him out to be. Thus, he undergoes the trials to become an initiate himself and win the hand of Pamina.
The “Magic Flute” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a genuine opera for the people: by turns comic and serious, with popular songs followed by tender, magnificent arias. An opera for the entire family, “The Magic Flute” has lost none of its allure for audiences young and old.

Tamino has been instructed by the Queen of the Night to free her daughter Pamina who has been kidnapped by Sarastro, said to be an evil wizard. Having fallen in love with a picture of the maiden, Tamino sets off to complete his task. It turns out the Sarastro is rather more wise than evil, and he even foretells that Pamino and Tamino are destined to be together. However, before the hero can be accepted into the Temple of Wisdom and the couple can learn the meaning of true bliss, a number of trials must be overcome. These are faced by Tamino and his companion Papageno. The latter is to be granted his bride Papagena, although the highest honour – accession to the fellowship of the Temple – is reserved for Pamina and Tamino. A fairy tale about love’s victory over the barriers which serve to keep us apart.

Tamino has been instructed by the Queen of the Night to free her daughter Pamina who has been kidnapped by Sarastro, said to be an evil wizard. Having fallen in love with a picture of the maiden, Tamino sets off to complete his task. It turns out the Sarastro is rather more wise than evil, and he even foretells that Pamino and Tamino are destined to be together. However, before the hero can be accepted into the Temple of Wisdom and the couple can learn the meaning of true bliss, a number of trials must be overcome. These are faced by Tamino and his companion Papageno. The latter is to be granted his bride Papagena, although the highest honour – accession to the fellowship of the Temple – is reserved for Pamina and Tamino. A fairy tale about love’s victory over the barriers which serve to keep us apart.

normal show  am 08. April  um 15:00

Cast

Musical director: Andreas Schüller
Production: Axel Köhler
Choir production: Thomas Runge
Dramaturgy: André Meyer
Technical director: Mario Radicke
Stage design: Hartmut Schörghofer
Costumes: Corinna Crome
Königin der Nacht: Maria Perlt
2. Dame: Marlen Herzog / Nicole Oberüber
3. Dame: Christiane Gänßler / Sofi Lorentzen / Henriette Gödde
Sprecher/ 1. Priester: Elmar Andree / Herbert G. Adami
Sarastro: Frank Blees / Holger Steinert / Elmar Andree
Priesterin: Alexandra Strauß / Annegret Reißmann
1. Geharnischter/ 2. Priester: Ji Hoon Kim
2. Geharnischter: Holger Steinert / André Eckert

shorttime changes in the evening’s cast possible due to illness and force majeure

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