“Die Fledermaus” is latest from Artisti Affamati
“Die Fledermaus” is a comic operetta where all the characters deceive the others in order to get to a party. It is family-friendly, a laugh for all ages and set to the classic strains of Strauss.
Artisti Affamati (“Starving Artists”) of Chattanooga will present “Die Fledermaus” on April 23 and 25 at 7 p.m. at the Historic St. Andrew’s Center, located at 1918 Union Ave. in Highland Park. Known for unusual settings for their productions and their focus on local and regional talent, Artisti Affamati will strike again with “Die Fledermaus.”
The show will be performed in English, making it more accessible to everyone.
A2 (the company’s nickname) has produced six full productions since being formed 2013. It’s proud of using primarily local talent, but in this case, three principal singers are coming from Atlanta. “We will always be a local company who focuses on the talent right here, but we are starting to hire singers from within a 150-mile radius of our town, which has brought us some of the exciting voices in this production,” says Artistic Director Sara Snider Schone.
Tickets are on sale online at brownpapertickets.com/event/1438379 and will also be available at the door. Admission is $20, $15 for students and seniors, and $10 for kids 12 and under. Check out ArtistiAffamati.com for more information.