Photos of the premiere at the Vienna Conservatory | (c) Martin Hauser
Tea at Three
A new musical
Music: Sebastian Brand
Book & Lyrics: Florian Stanek
"Surprising debut (...) quirky story with a lot of laughs and versatile music" - Blickpunkt Musical
"Theater entertainment at its best!" - Musical Awakening
"Don't miss it. (...) Contemporary and with a critical undertone... enchanting!" - Musical & Co
Unemployed Joe from London is stuck in debt, but he has an ingenious plan: he "sells" the London Ritz. Disguised as an estate agent, Joe offers the luxury hotel for a commission of one million pounds.
Based on a true story from 2010, TEA AT THREE juxtaposes the curious petty fraud with the still red-hot housing crisis that left thousands homeless in the US and UK. A musical spectrum from classical operetta to pop/rock tonally represents the clashing social classes: From the money-grubbing real estate boss to the worker from the London suburbs.
Leading roles: 3m/4f, Ensemble: 3m/3f or more
Small Combo: Reed (Flute/Clarinet Bb/Alt Sax (Eb)), Piano, Percussion (Vibraphone, Xylophone, Glockenspiel, Tubular Bells, Latin Perc.), Drums, Violoncello, Bass. (opt.: keyboard)
Published by Doblinger Music Publishing, Vienna.
"Tea at three"
sung by Tanja Petrasek
(sung by Johannes Nepomuk)
"Fraud & Sheikh Charleston"
(Ensemble of the Vienna Conservatory)
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