Affiche van de Toneel- en Operetteopvoering "Czardavorstin" door het Roeselaars Koninklijk Lyrisch Gezelschap "Kunst Veredelt", Roeselare, 1964


Objectnummer
KUV20191016_035
Objectnaam
affiche
Trefwoorden
Muziek, Volksleven, Voorstellingen, Culturele Verenigingen, koren, Ontspanning, Verenigingsleven
Tags
operette
Beschrijvende notitie

Deze foto behoort tot een verzameling artefacten van de culturele vereniging, operettetheater  "Kunst veredelt" van Roeselare.

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Inhoud

Deze affiche annonceert een culturele voorstelling van het  Roeselaars Koninklijk Lyrisch Gezelschap "Kunst Veredelt" (laureaat nationale operettewedstrijd 1962) in schouwburg 'Patria' te Roeselare. Het betreft de operette " Czardavorstin" van componist Emmerich Kalman. 

De regie is in handen van Jan Himpe, orkest en koren worden geleid door Roger Lauwereins en de balletten worden aangestuurd door Rose d'Ivry (kursaal van Oostende).

In de hoofdrollen  schitteren Hilde Moelants (van de Nederlandse Kameropera van Antwerpen) en Silvain Adriaensens (van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Opera van Antwerpen),  gesteund door Robert Herreweghe, Mariette Flamand, Willy Van De Walle, Gisele Roose en Werner Verhue en de rest van het gezelschap.

Dit evenement vindt plaats in de  schouwburg "Patria" te Roeselare. De voorstellingen  gaan door op zondag 23 februari 1964  om 15:00 en op zondag 01 maart 1964 eveneens om 15:00.

Kaarten zijn te koop aan 50, 40, 35 en 25 Bfr. vanaf 9 februari 1964, iedere dag,  bij Willy Van De Walle - Noordstraat 3 - Roeselare 

 

Inhoud van de operette: 

Place: Budapest and Vienna
Time: shortly before the outbreak of the First World War

Act 1[edit]

Silva Varescu, a self-sufficient and professionally successful cabaret performer from Budapest, is about to embark on a tour of America. Three of her aristocratic admirers, named Edwin, Feri and Boni, prefer her to stay. Edwin, unaware that his parents have already arranged a marriage for him back home in Vienna, orders a notary to prepare a promissory note of his expected marriage to Silva within ten weeks. Silva then leaves on her American tour, and Edwin leaves for peacetime military duty.

Act 2[edit]

Just at the time this promissory note is about to expire, Silva visits Edwin's palace in Vienna, pretending to have married Boni as her entrée into his family's society. Edwin is about to be engaged to Stasi, who does not care for him and wishes only an arranged marriage. Boni falls in love with Stasi and Edwin regrets not keeping his promise to Silva sooner. However, Edwin makes the faux pas of informing Silva that his parents would accept Silva only if she pretends to have been divorced from Boni and therefore already entered society via an earlier marriage. Edwin's father separately informs Silva that if she marries Edwin without first having achieved noble rank through some other route, her role in society could be merely that of a "csárdás princess." Silva realizes that she is better than they and has a brighter future than they have. She purposefully embarrasses Edwin and his father, turning her back on them and leaving in the presence of their assembled friends.

Act 3[edit]

The act is set in a Viennese hotel to which Feri has accompanied the cabaret troupe from Budapest, who is about to sail on another American tour with Sylva. As everyone shows up and recognizes each other, Feri recognizes Edwin's mother as a retired cabaret singer from Budapest whose star once shone prior to Sylva's time. Edwin's mother joins the two couples, Sylva/Edwin and Boni/Stasi, all unwittingly heading to safety on this American tour.

 

Bron: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_Csárdásfürstin

Object
Foto van Jacques De Vliegher, de tweede voorzitter van "Kunst Veredelt", 1953-1972. ()

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