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VenueEastwood Park Theatre
From4th September 2008
To6th September 2008
What is currently on at Eastwood Park Theatre (V1057)

The Merry Widow

Set in Paris in1905, a three act comedy which includes a can-can at Chez Maxim's. The plot centres around the past love affair between Madame Glavari (the wealthy widow of the title) and Count Danilovitsch - which becomes inextricably entailed with the appalling state of the Pontevedrian economy (they need her cash). Several sub-plots add to the drama - the Ambassador's fondness for young females and his wife's penchant for even younger men - all help to produce an evening of witty songs and lively music.
Music Franz Lehar
Book by Victor Leon
Lyrics Leo Stein

Archive :: production:T1347646434, opera or operetta:S2024, venue:V1057

Production details

New Production. Sung in English. Supported by the Gannochy Trust, JTH Charitable Trust, Eda, Lady Jardine Charitable Trust.


Company Scottish Opera
Director Clare Whistler
Choreographer Clare Whistler
Design Dody Nash
Lighting Simon Mills
Performer Adam Miller (Baron Mirko Zeta)
Performer Mary O'Sullivan (Valencienne)
Performer Alexander Grove (Count Danilo Danilovitsch exclu Sep 23/25)
Performer Blake Fischer (Count Danilo Danilovitsch Sep 23/25)
Performer Stephanie Corley (Hanna Glawari exclu Sep 27)
Performer Helena Dix (Hanna Glawari Sep 27)
Performer John-Colyn Gyeantey (Camille de Rosillon)
Performer Andrew Dickinson (Raoul De St Brioche)
Performer Giles Davies (Vicomte Cascada)
Performer Daniel Grice (Bogdanowitsch)
Performer Catharine Rogers (Sylviane)
Performer Francis Church (Kromow)
Performer Louise Collett (Olga)
Performer James Arthur (Pritschitsch)
Performer Susan Boyd (Praskowia)
Performer Harry Ward (Njegus)

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