Oh peretta, almost musical in 2 acts
Libretto - A. Grünwald, F. Löner-Beda, V. Mass and M. Chervinsky
The operetta "The Ball in the Savoy" was written in 1932. Its author is Hungarian Paul Abraham.
The Ball at the Savoy is a unique operetta, it actually represents a kind of boundary between the musical and the 19th century classic operetta. It is considered the most dancing and exciting of all operettas ever staged - here there is a waltz, tango, foxtrot, and step. It is no coincidence that the famous "Tangolita" from this work has become a global hit.
A bright, magnificent show in the style of "The Great Gatsby", catchy melodies, wonderful scenery and costumes, unexpected plot twists and, of course, love is all waiting for you in the operetta of Paul Abraham.
Get into the net of their own deception, conquering the famous singer - what could be more meaningless for the famous artist Aristide Stenwood! He is ingenious in everything! That's just with the beautiful Madeleine Thibault all his agility disappears somewhere. Or maybe it's love? Raging cascade of dizzying adventure, rapid disguises, sudden quarrels and reconciliations happy in the rhythm of jazz and foxtrot survive charming and carefree Madeleine Aristide, purposeful and Desi merry Pomerol on a brilliant and elegant ball in the "Savoy", which, by the way, and they invite you!