Tag Archives: Die Fledermaus

“Fledermaus” Earns Rave Reviews

by Suzanne Calvin

Our second production of the season is being applauded and cheered by critics and audiences alike.  Sung in English, with gorgeous sets and costumes, topical humor, and a bevy of Can-Can girls…well, what’s not to like about “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss Junior (the other Waltz King)?  Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell reviews for The […]

"Fledermaus" Earns Rave Reviews

by tdoadmin

Our second production of the season is being applauded and cheered by critics and audiences alike.  Sung in English, with gorgeous sets and costumes, topical humor, and a bevy of Can-Can girls…well, what’s not to like about “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss Junior (the other Waltz King)?  Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell reviews for The […]

A Nervous Splendor: Vienna 1888-1889

by Suzanne Calvin

Thanks to everyone who took the time to come out to Barnes & Noble Prestonwood Center for the second installment of our budding book club. The inspiration, this time, was “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss II and the book we chose to focus upon is a very narrow window into a fascinating place and time. […]