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3PENNY OPERA at Jean Cocteau Rep in June


3PENNY OPERA at Jean Cocteau Rep in June#0
Posted: 1/4/04 at 11:13am
In our fun and informative chat last night (Saturday) a few of you asked for more info on the production of THE THREEPENNY OPERA by the Jean Cocteau Rep. I saw this production last summer and it's well worth the trip to the Bowery. Great small theatre, live singing (NO SYNCHING) and NO, repeat, NO BODY MIKES!

This is the Brecht-Weill production,
Translated by Mar Blitzstein

This is the translation which opened nearly 50 years ago at the Theatre de Lys and played for over 2100 performances (that's nearly 5 years folks).

Here is what I found on their website.

June 18 - August 15, 2004
Bouwerie Lane Theatre
330 Bowery at Bond Street

Adults $50-40
Seniors $40-30
Students $20-30
TDF vouchers accepted

212 677 0060, for tickets

Who is Pirate Jenny?
Why is Macheath known as Mack the Knife?
What has Lucy done?
Will Mackie be saved?

Yours for more Weill and Brecht on Broadway!

Jean Cocteau Repertory
Updated On: 1/4/04 at 11:13 AM


Another reminder for another great evening of theatre!

A must see musical, classic score, good production, well sung, air conditioned theatre and NO AMPLIFICATION.

3PENNY OPERA was brought back for the summer and is playing now!

"Look! There goes Mack the Knife!"

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