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F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre
Rockville Civic Center Park 603 Edmonston Drive Rockville, MD 20851
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5 reviews
49 stars
The weather was sunny and hot.. I wore leggings and a sleeveless blouse..
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32 events
19 reviews
2 stars
Traperazia in downtown Rockville is less than a 10 minute drive and is a great spot for Greek food before or after
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"Die Fledermaus"
14 ratings
4.6 average rating
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71 events
58 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 02 2012

One of the good things about Goldstar is that one finds out about wonderful performing arts groups that one never would have known about otherwise. That was the case for the Victorian Lyric Opera Ensemble and its production of J. Strausss Jr.'s...continued

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6 events
5 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 02 2012

Fun show and well executed. A few really great local talents showing off!

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17 events
4 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 03 2012

Overall wonderful performance of a satisfying opera featuring artists with exceptional voices and great acting. The clever direction added to the enjoyment as did the beautiful costumes.

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Everything old is new again with love affairs, betrayal, deception and a battle of the sexes, all conjured with contagious laughter, flowing champagne and a classic score.

Composed non-stop in forty-two ‘nights of veritable rapture’ this is the younger Strauss’s most celebrated and popular operetta – intoxicatingly melodious and exuberant. Mistaken identities, flirtations at a masked ball, elegant frivolities and confusions of all kinds provide a hilarious vehicle for some of the most captivating music ever written. A blissful show. The Overture is one of the most popular ever written, with five of the best tunes woven into a framework of the great ‘Fledermaus Waltz’.