The Threepenny Opera
    By Bertolt Brecht

    19:30, Sat 6th March 2004 - Tue 9th March 2004 at Homerton Auditorium
    Lent Week 7 to Week 8

    First staged in 1928 at the Theater am Schiffbaurdamm, Berlin (now the home of the Berliner Ensemble), The Threepenny Opera was Brecht?s first and most outstanding success. Based on John Gay?s eighteenth-century Beggar?s Opera, the play is a satire on the capitalist bourgeois society of the Weimar Republic despite its setting in a mock-Victorian Soho. With Kurt Weill?s music, which was one of the earliest and most successful attempts to introduce the jazz idiom into the theatre, it became a popular hit throughout the western world. Filmed three times, it remains one of Brecht?s best loved and most performed plays.


    Mack The Knife -
    Polly Peachum -
    Jonathan Peachum -
    Celia Peachum -
    Tiger Brown -
    Lucy Brown -
    Crook-Fingered Jake -
    Filch/Prostitute -
    Smith/Prostitute -

    Production Team

    Musical Director, Band -
    Stage Manager -
    Stage Hand -
    Costume Manager -
    Technical Director -
    Lighting Technician -