More details? Gladly! I like the often dadaistic screen setting. Dada is not quite obvious in the opening screen, but later on, they play with it quite a lot.
The "sound" produced by Konrad Junghänel with local baroque ensemble La Cetra is very sparkling and dynamic. Unfortunately it was a little bit on the thin side, but that is probably due to the fact that the house was virtually packed.
The choreography is very much in line with the aforementioned dadaistic direction, thus errs on the slapstick side. Notable nonetheless was a ballet solo with a bar table. Very imaginative!