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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «OPERETTA» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about operetta
QUOTES WITH «OPERETTA»
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I was classically trained in operetta from about age 4, I think.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OPERETTA»
Discover the use of operetta in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to operetta and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Operetta: A Theatrical History
The book perfectly captures the champagne-and-ballroom atmosphere of the greatest works in the genre. It will appeal to all fans of musical theatre history.
Richard Traubner, 2003
Like a play iteslf, this collection of poetry begins with Act 1 and the memory of a matriarchial history, to a second act cavorting through Europe and the ghettos of Ghana, West Africa -- to the third act, a sampling of Rux's politically ...
Carl Hancock Rux, 1998
Early Operetta in America: The Doctor of Alcantara (1879)
First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Julius Eichberg, Charlotte R. Kaufman, 1994
Phantom of the Operetta
Rivalries among the student cast are only to be expected--but are other troubles the work of the theater's restless ghost? Nonsense, Juliet insists, and with Sidhe-born senses to back her conclusions, she should know.
John C. Bunnell, 2008
Zarzuela: Spanish Operetta, American Stage
The content is neither purely folkloric nor high art; it is too popular for some and too classical for others. In Zarzuela, Janet L. Sturman assesses the political as well as the musical significance of this chameleon of music-drama.
Janet Lynn Sturman, 2000
American Operetta: From H.M.S. Pinafore to Sweeney Todd
A study of American musical theater traces its origins, influences, and trends, and focuses on the major productions, composers, and writers
Gerald Martin Bordman, 2001
Life is an operetta and other short stories
An anthology of humorous stories with international settings.
Peter Ustinov, 1997
Seadogs: an epic ocean operetta
A motley crew of dogs presents a rhyming tale of seagoing adventure, illustrated as if it were a stage play.
Lisa Wheeler, Mark Siegel, 2004
New York Magazine
For the past thirteen years, the Bel Canto Opera has been rescuing forgotten
scores from obscurity — 94 to date — and the group annually salutes spring with
a long-lost Victor Herbert operetta. This year's exhumation was The Enchantress,
The Oxford Companion to the American Musical: Theatre, Film, ...
By definition, operetta refers to a light form of opera that utilizes dialogue and
tends toward the amusing rather than the thought provoking. Such a general
definition would include most musical comedies and even a good portion of
Thomas S. Hischak, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OPERETTA»
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Plymouth theater to show film on restoring pre-Holocaust synagogue
THE MIKADO “The Mikado” by Gilbert and Sullivan, arguably the most popular operetta ever written, centers on hijinks in a Japanese village ... «Boston Globe, Jul 15»
Fairview Heights native starts Theatre Nuevo
After that first production, she subjected her family to impressions and an operetta in fourth grade. “I'm incredibly blessed to have the family that ... «Belleville News-Democrat, Jul 15»
Coventry's Declan Bennett AXED from EastEnders
The 34-year-old actor - who performed with the Belgrade Youth Theatre and the Coventry Youth Operetta Group during the 1990s - has ... «Coventry Telegraph, Jul 15»
Friendly persuasion is set to thrill
Chamber Opera Chicago's adaptation of Persuasion has often been compared to an operetta in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan. Add to that ... «Aberdeen Press and Journal, Jul 15»
Duo in concert at Wingfield Barns
The duo of Andrew Burke and Louise Cockerill will star in their own unique evening of music, from show tunes to arias of light operetta and ... «Diss Express, Jul 15»
Onetime home of dancer and film star Ginger Rogers sells in …
Operetta composer and pianist Rudolph Friml later owned the home, which was the site of a 1943 burglary. An intruder “sneaked away with a ... «Los Angeles Times, Jul 15»
Things to Do in New Jersey, July 26 to Aug. 1, 2015
... Bride),” concert presentation of Joseph Rumshinsky's 1923 operetta with live orchestra, in Yiddish, with English and Russian supertitles. Aug. «New York Times, Jul 15»
Historical society presents 'Girl From Quanset'
“The Girl From Quanset,” an operetta not seen in Orleans since 1908, is being presented at the Orleans Historical Society in a staged ... «Wicked Local Brewster, Jul 15»
School board approves appointments
... Donna Barberio; elementary band, Kaitlin Bunger; elementary chorus, Heather Odin; and operetta, Heather Odin and Donna Barberio. «Herkimer Evening Telegram, Jul 15»
Learning along the way during Media Theatre's 'The Who's Tommy'
He has performed roles in Daniel Pantano's Concert Operetta Theater, which devotes itself to doing rare works with as much of an emphasis on ... «The Delaware County Daily Times, Jul 15»
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