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Formed in Chicago, Illinois in 2006, Chicago Folks Operetta specializes in reviving and restoring rare Viennese and American operettas. In order to preserve the immediacy and accessibility of the shows the works are presented in new and carefully researched English translations that bring the charming and contemporary humour of these works to life for modern audiences. Since 2006 Chicago Folks Operetta has presented the American premières of four works by Franz Lehár: Peter and Paul in the Land of Nod, Springtime, Mitislav the Modern and Cloclo; two by Leo Fall: The Girl in the Train and The Rose of Stambul; two works by Emmerich Kálmán: The Circus Princess and Arizona Lady; and one by Eduard Künneke: The Cousin from Nowhere. All shows are performed in Chicago, Illinois.

Chicago Folks Operetta

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