It was in an English translation, which still seems to be done with operettas, although it seems to be verboten with operas these days.
I enjoyed it. Charming music, strong voices, and lots of spectacular circus elements. The acting was a bit uneven, but you almost expect that in musical productions, where singing tends to trump acting.
There was a bit of a stage mishap involving accidental broken glass on the floor in the final act. And yes, before it was over, one of the actors had cut himself.
Okay, that's 3 shows I've seen in the past few years where people got cut on stage from dropped glass.
Actors on stage are bundles of nerves
and sometimes can drift toward the spastic.
To deal with their unaccountable swerves
"glass" props should be made of plastic.
This clip, from somewhere else, give an idea of what the music is like: