Opera term

Reply Sun 3 May, 2020 07:23 am
Several operas lend themselves to being "mini" operas that can be staged in unusual locations like castles and leisure centres, for no sponsorship and a nominal profit. They have a limited cast and even more limited orchestra.

Is there a specific name for this type of opera?
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Reply Sun 3 May, 2020 07:26 am
Operettas might be the term you're looking for. Offenbach and Johann Strauss wrote such short operas.
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