In the coming season, the Baden stage will lure visitors to the tranquil spa town with numerous audience favorites and catchy productions such as “My Fair Lady” or “Titanic”.
Different countries, different customs – that’s the motto from autumn on the Baden stage. In his penultimate season, Michael Lakner relies on an opulent program with well-known faces. The new season is a “commitment to curiosity about foreign cultures”, as the artistic director emphasizes. Highlights from October So from autumn there are highlights like “My Fair Lady” with audience favorites like Oliver Baier as Henry Higgins, Andreas Steppan (Doolittle) or Chris Lohner (Mrs. Higgins) not only to Lower Austrian audiences. At the premiere on October 21, the scene of the action will be relocated from England to the spa town. As a pre-Christmas treat (premier on September 16), director Peter Lund brings Franz Lehar’s musical comedy “Friederike” to the stage with Herbert Steinböck and Verena Scheitz Language ensure an influx of visitors from January 27th. The sinking of the “Titanic” can be admired from February 24 in the musical of the same name. From June 21, things will continue in the summer arena with, for example, “Die Csárdásfürstin” directed by Ruth Brauer-Kvam. From July 12th, musical stars such as Uwe Kröger, Ann Mandrella and Drew Sarich will be chasing after the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in “Monty Python’s Spamalot” directed by Werner Sobotka. Exciting and funny entertainment is provided for everyone small viewers from the age of six, for example, the family musical “Odysseus”. But the Landestheater also stops by for guest performances. More information at www.buehnebaden.at
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