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Die Dubarry

Operetta by Carl Millöcker / Theo Mackeben

In German language

Die Dubarry tells the story of the social climb of Jeanne Beçu from working-class girl to wealthy mistress of Ludwig XV. When faced with the choice between her love affair with artist René and the chance of becoming the king’s lover, it’s not just a man she has to choose but also an entirely new way of life. And perhaps her own personal happy ending?

Musical version by Kai Tietje
Text version by Andrea Vilter, Jan Philipp Gloger and ensemble

Cast

Stage direction
Jan Philipp Gloger
Bühnenbild
Christof Hetzer
Costume design
Sibylle Wallum
Choreography
Melissa King
Lighting design
Alex Brok
Choir director
Roger Díaz-Cajamarca
Dramaturgie
Andrea Vilter
Musical direction
Kai Tietje
Jeanne Beçu, Verkäuferin, später Gräfin Dubarry
Annette Dasch
René Lavallery, Kunstmaler
Lucian Krasznec
Margot, Verkäuferin
Juliette Khalil
Marquis de Brissac
Wolfgang Gratschmaier
König Ludwig XV.
Harald Schmidt
Graf Dubarry
Marco Di Sapia
Herzog von Lauzun / Ministerpräsident von Choiseul
Daniel Ohlenschläger
Madame Labille / Nachbarin / Marianne Verrières / Marschallin von Luxemburg
Ulrike Steinsky
Baron Chamard / Hauslehrer
Oliver Liebl
Prinz von Soubise / Lebell
Martin Enenkel
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Lorna Dawson
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Suzana Novosel
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Eva Prenner
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Ilvy Schultschik
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Anja Štruc
Verkäuferinnen, Tänzerinnen, Abendgesellschaft
Eva Zamostny

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