Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II is directed by Anne Marie (Ketchum) de la Vega.
A practical joke. A secret rendezvous. One man’s elaborate plan for revenge leads to a delightful tale of mistaken identities, practical jokes, elegant frivolities, intoxicating revelry, and plenty of freely flowing champagne. Die Fledermaus is Strauss’s most celebrated and beloved operetta, and it features some of the most captivating music ever written. Set in 19th-century Vienna, this delightful farce is filled with effervescent melodies, lilting waltzes and charming sentiment. From the sparkling overture to the rollicking tribute to champagne, the Waltz King’s masterpiece is the jewel of the golden age of operetta.
Tickets are sold at the door only, beginning one hour prior to concert time. Tickets prices: $25 reserved section, $15/10
Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines.