DVD + Blu-Ray:
VBW hit-musical I Am From Austria on DVD & Blu-ray
The live recording from the Raimund Theater will be available by 6 December 2019 in all VBW souvenir-shops and major retailers.
I AM FROM AUSTRIA © VBW
The Vereinigte Bühnen Wien (VBW) hit-musical I AM FROM AUSTRIA with more than 20 hits by Rainhard Fendrich can now be enjoyed in your own home! The live-recording from the Raimund Theater will be released on 6 December 2019 on DVD and Blu-ray and will be available in all VBW musical souvenir shops and at major retailers.
I AM FROM AUSTRIA impresses with fantastic sets, thrilling choreography and sumptuous costumes. The musical takes the audience behind the scenes of a Viennese luxury hotel, where a celebrity guest creates turmoil along with plenty of Hollywood flair, while the plot still finds time for intimate and moving moments away from the glare of publicity. The live-recording fascinates with a great ensemble, the wonderful VBW-orchestra as well as the popular stars Iréna Flury, Lukas Perman, Elisabeth Engstler, Andreas Steppan, Dolores Schmidinger and Martin Bermoser playing the main characters.
The musical was shown from September 2017 to June 2019 at the Raimund Theater, had its Japanese premiere in Takarazuka/Osaka in October 2019 and can stilll be seen there and in Tokyo until the end of the year.
Main Actor Iréna Flury, Lukas Perman, Elisabeth Engstler, Andreas Steppan, Dolores Schmidinger and Martin Bermoser
Author Titus Hoffmann, Christian Struppeck
Production year 2019
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