Musical comedy by Herbert Grönemeyer based on 'A Florentine Hat' by Eugène Labiche
Herbert Grönemeyer composes comedy classic
The horse of the rich idler Fadinard has eaten Madame Beauperthuis' Florentine hat. Not too bad? Very bad! Because when Madame comes home without her hat, her jealous husband finds out about her secret flirtation with an officer. So on his wedding day, of all days, Fadinard races all over Paris in search of a replacement hat.
Herbert Fritsch stages Eugène Labiche's classic as a fast-paced comedy. German pop singer Herbert Grönemeyer returns to his roots as a theater musician and composes a musical theater for an ensemble of actors and opera singers, chorus and orchestra.
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