Deutsche Oper Berlin Cancels Final Performance of ‘Once to be Released’

By Francisco Salazar

The Deutsche Oper Berlin has canceled its Jan. 27 performance of “Once to be Released.”

The company announced that due to several illnesses in the ensemble, it would not be able to move forward with the performance. As a result, all ticket buyers will be contacted and either get a refund or a credit for an upcoming performance.

The Jan. 27 show was set to be the final performance of the run which began on Jan. 23.

Throughout the past weeks, the Deutsche Oper Berlin has canceled a number of performances and made several changes to its program. It recently canceled performances of “Die Zauberfote,” “Der Zwerg” and “Aida.”

The company next stages concert performances of “Aida” and “Elektra” as well as the premiere of “Antikrist.”