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Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
from 17 September 2020 to 27 September 2020

/ Opera

 

from 17 to 27 September 2020

 

Franz Lehár

DIE LUSTIGE WITWE (THE MERRY WIDOW)

 

Conductor | Nick Davies

Stage Director | Damiano Michieletto

Set Design | Paolo Fantin

Costume Design | Carla Teti

 

Interpreters

Barone Mirko Zeta | Franz Hawlata

Valencienne | Adriana Ferfecka / Marina Monzò

Hanna Glawari | Nino Machaidze

Conte Danilo Danilowitsch | Paulo Szot

Camille de Rossillon | Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani / Giovanni Sala

Raoul de St-Brioche | Marcello Nardis

Visconte Cascada | Enzo Peroni

Bogdanowitsch | Enrico Di Geronimo

Sylviane | Marta Calcaterra

Kromow | Enrico Cossutta

Olga | Michela Antenucci

Pritschitsch | Italo Proferisce

Praskowia | Anna Werle

Njegus | Karl-Heinz Macek

 

Orchestra and Chorus of Teatro di San Carlo

 

Coproduction Teatro La Fenice di Venezia and Teatro dell’Opera di Roma

 

 

SERIE BLU (BLUE)

Thursday 17 September 2020, h 20.00 - Series A
Friday 18 September 2020, h 20.00 - Series C/D
Sunday 20 September 2020, h 17.00 - Series F
Wednesday 23 September 2020, h 18.00 - Series B
Thursday 24 September 2020, h 18.00 – Series M Concerti
Friday 25 September 2020, h 20.00 - Out of Subscription
Saturday 26 September 2020,  h 19.00 - Out of Subscription
Sunday 27 September 2020, h 17.00 - Out of Subscription

 

Sung in German with Italian and English surtitles


Duration: 2 hours and 10 minutes with intermission

 

A very prolific author with his thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the ‘verve’ and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of The Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and that enhance each other. First of all, the nature of the story brings together in harmony around a single issue (the inheritance), a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty. A further element is the dance that makes the action particularly ‘smooth’. It is not just about offering a choreographic opportunity (accompanied by different types of costumes) but through the dance the story evolves and the relationships between the characters are transformed. The dance also expresses the character of the protagonists and of the situations and describes the evolution of the psychological climate. Because of this prominence of the dance, according to some The Merry Widow is part of the Tanzoperette genre, even though this definition does not consider the actual density of the score which gathers together wonderful melodic pages and an elegant use of the orchestra.

prices
TICKETS      
(price rates in euro)      
  ALL THE PERFORMANCES
Superstalls GOLD Full Reduced 10%* Reduced 15%**
Superstalls  90 81 77
Stalls GOLD 75 68 64
Stalls  75 68 64
I, II tier central boxes parapet 65 59 55
I, II tier central boxes behind 60 54 51
Royal Box 55 50 47
I, II tier side boxes parapet 250 225 213
I, II tier side boxes behind 60 54 51
III, IV tier central boxes parapet 50 45 43
III, IV tier central boxes behind 50 45 43
III, IV tier side boxes parapet 45 41 38
III, IV tier side boxes behind 40 36 34
V, VI tier balconies 35 32 30
Listening only seats 30 27 26
Under30/Over65 (back rows stalls) 20 - -
Under30/Over65 (side boxes) 30 - -
  25 - -
*CRAL, Groups among 10 and 20 people      
** Groups  of more than 20 people      
       

ONLINE

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Payment by credit card. No reduced tickets are available online, except for specific web promotions. For online purchasing, a 2% handling charge is required.

 

BY PHONE

Call center Vivaticket at the number 892.234 (Monday – Friday from 8.30 to 19.00; Saturday from 8.30 to 14.00. Closed on Sunday and holidays. Telephone charge from landlines: 1,0329 €/min. / Telephone charge from mobile network 1,55 €/min. with call set-up charge of 12,91 cents (+VAT)

Payment by credit card.

The service is reserved to over-18.
For phone purchasing, a 2% handling charge is required.

 

TEATRO DI SAN CARLO TICKET OFFICE
Via San Carlo 98/f, 80132 Naples.
From Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 21.00. Sunday and holidays from 10.00 to 18.00. During performance nights, the purchasing of tickets for other performances is available at a dedicated office.

Phone: +39 081 7972331/421 - Fax: +39 081400902 - E-mail: biglietteria@teatrosancarlo.it

 

OTHER TICKET OFFICES

Ticket Offices of Vivaticket circuit (for further information, visit www.vivaticket.it)

In Naples: Box Office, Concerteria, Il Botteghino, PROMOS, during their regular opening hours. 

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GROUPS, SCHOOLS AND GUIDED TOURS

 

GROUPS (at least 10 people)

Audience Development Office

From Monday to Friday, from 10.00 to 18.00. Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00. Closed on holidays.

Phone: +39 0817972468; Fax: +390817972453; E-mail: promozionepubblico@teatrosancarlo.it

SCHOOLS (Educational Season)

Educational Office

From Monday to Friday, from 10.00 to 18.00. Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00. Closed on holidays.

Phone: +39 0817972310; Fax: +390817972453; E-mail: scuole@teatrosancarlo.it

 

GUIDED TOURS

Every day from 10.30 to 12.30 and from 14.30 to 16.30 (Languages available: Italian, French and English. Other languages are available upon request). Reservation Service from Monday to Saturday, from 10.00 to 17.30.  
Phone: +39 0817972412; E-mail: visiteguidate@teatrosancarlo.it