The governor is in a pickle. Those bankers are so fickle!
He's stretched the state purse a little too far and his creditors will soon come a-knocking.
But twin daughters he's got, so he hatches a plot, which might save him from a royal bollocking!
A double wedding could save the day, but when pesky pirates get in the way, it's up to Giroflé to make things ok.
All of your favourite operetta waltzes, polkas and songs by Strauss, Offenbach, Lehár and Kálmán come together in this raucous comedy. Two Weddings, One Bride is a brand new operetta created by Robert Greene, based on a story by Charles Lecocq.
Gather for a fun night out at the Sydney Opera House and let the sumptuous costumes, pretty sets and joyful melodies take you all the way to French Morocco.
Twin girls, one decked in pink, one blue
Plan to marry suitors brave and true
A wedding could save their father's bacon, too
If those damn pirates will stay away...
|Created by||Robert Andrew Greene|
|Additional Material by||Dean Bryant|
|Music Director||Robert Andrew Greene|
|Set Designer||Owen Phillips|
|Costume Designer||Tim Chappel|
|Lighting Designer||John Rayment|
|Assistant Director||Johanna Puglisi|
|Giroflé / Girofla||Julie Lea Goodwin|
|Pedro / Celebrant / François / Australian Colonel||David Lewis|
|General Modigliani||Andrew Jones|
|Philippe||John Bolton Wood|
|Pianist||Robert Andrew Greene|
Running time: approximately 85 minutes, with no interval.
Sung in English.