The Csardas Princess by Emmerich Kálmán

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An online presentation of Kalman's masterpiece this summer! Watch this anytime from July 9th until August 8th.

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Canada's only professional operetta company, Toronto Operetta Theatre brings Kalman's masterpiece online!

Now Extended: The video is available to watch anytime after July 9th until August 8th.

Die Csárdásfürstin in German or A Csárdáskirálynő in Hungarian, The Csárdás Princess was translated into English as The Riviera Girl. This operetta in three acts by Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmán (1882-1953) with the libretto by Leo Stein and Béla Jenbach premiered in Vienna at the Johann Strauss Theater on 17 November 1915, 100 years ago.

The operetta is widely acclaimed and well-loved in Hungary, Austria, Germany, all of Europe, and the USA. Numerous film versions and recordings have been made. The Csárdás Princess is arguably Kálmán’s most successful work.

Robert Cooper, Conductor

Narmina Afandiyeva, Pianist

Guillermo Silva-Marin, Stage Director

Featuring Artists:

Lauren Margison as Sylvia Varescu

Caitlin Wood as Countess Stasi

Michael Barrett as Edwin

Ryan Downey as Boni

Sean Curran as Leopold Maria

Gregory Finney as Feri

Taylor Gibbs as American and Chorus

Lori Mak as Juliska and Chorus

Rosalind McArthur as Anhilte

Tan Vu as Chorus

A Special Bundle for operetta lovers!

You will receive an invitation to purchase The Gondoliers online ticket for a special price.

Upon completing your purchase of The Gondoliers ticket, you will receive a promo code in the order confirmation Email.

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Toronto Operetta Theatre is Canada's only professional operetta company. TOT was launched with performances of Lehar's THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG in 1985 and was incorporated as a not-for-profit performing arts organization in 1989. Over 58 operetta productions have followed, including performances of seldom seen works such as CZARDAS PRINCESS, WIENER BLUT, LA VIE PARISIENNE, THE BEGGAR STUDENT, and LAND OF SMILES.

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