(1922) (Music by Franz Lehár: Book and lyrics by Rudolf Eger)
Hedwig has to type a libretto for the Librettist who is as masterful as his collaborator, the Composer, is timid. She promises to spend the evening with the Librettist but while she types she lives the life of the libretto, which features two girls and two men, a timid musician and his masterful friend. The musician and one of the girls are involved in a Box-and-Cox sharing of an attic flat with inevitable misunderstandings. By the time the libretto is finished, Hedwig realises that the one she loves is the timid Composer after all.
Principals: 2 Female, 2 male.
Language Version: G