This is an Argentine Opera with original score and libretto that is freely based on Henrik Ibsen’s play “The Wild Duck”. Ibsen is our inspiration, our muse, and it is his work that we boldly undo, resignify and reinterpret in order to reframe its underlying questions: What are the lies we keep on telling ourselves to be happy? Is truth the only true path? Lalalá sets Ibsen’s play in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, where the Wine Harvest Festival is held. This festival, one of the most internationally renown events, honors the commencement of the wine harvest in Argentina. Wine, historically associated with dyonisian properties, is the pretext through which characters are to unveil their relationship with truth, showing the lengths they’ll go to in order to withold that which they are unwilling to acknowledge themselves. The whole opera unfolds in a single evening, the night of the crowning of the Wine Harvest Queen. This is a story that portrays the everso human quest for happiness along with all the lies surrounding it.