2017 Season: War and Remembrance

Kurt Weill’s Johnny Johnson
Operetta and The Great War

Join us on a journey back to “The Great War” as we look at Operetta’s unusual role as a vehicle for the propaganda of nations.  With wars raging in the Middle East and new provocations by the former Cold War power Russia, our look back at “The Great War” is more relevant than ever. 2 great shows! The rarely heard World War I satire Johnny Johnson, by Kurt Weill and Paul Green and our moving concert Operetta and The Great War: The forgotten shows of World War I.

June 24 to July 9 at STAGE 773 in Chicago tickets6

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2nd show….

The Great War

Read article about our 2016 concert Operetta in Exile (click image)


Read Chicago Tribune Article (click image)


Read about our Operetta in Exile concert (click image)


Read about our 2016 production of The Cousin from Nowhere by Eduard Künneke (click image)


Read about our 2015 production The Girl on the Train by Leo Fall (click image)


Read about our 2015 production of Madame Pompadour by Leo Fall (click image)

Madame Pompadour

Read about our 2014 production of Ball at the Savoy by Paul Abraham