PREMIERE 19.09.2020 / LANDESTHEATER
Exotic cocktails, a tropical island paradise and pure sun: this is how we get to know Hawaii in Paul Abraham's jazz operetta “The Flower of Hawaii”. But conflicts lurk beneath the surface of the ideal world, because the island is under American rule. The Hawaiians demand independence and the Hawaiian princess Laya is to be married to Prince Lilo Taro and ceremonially crowned - but Laya is missing. Suzanne, Hollywood star with Hawaiian roots, appears on the scene. She looks deceptively similar to Laya - and suddenly finds herself involved in a game of confusion: As the flower queen of Hawaii, she is supposed to make history. If that weren't enough of the hustle and bustle, confusions of love in Hawaii also cause excitement.