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Written by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht
Libretti by Bertolt Brecht
Musical Composition by Kurt Weill
Directed by Richard Ouzounian
Music Direction by Stephan Ermel
Featuring Dillan Chiblow, Beau Dixon,
Jacob MacInnis, Justan Myers,
Justin Stadnyk and Jennifer Stewart

Dates: September 15-18, 2021 at 9pm
Venue: The parking lot behind Bohemia Cafe,
downtown Barrie.

Summary:

Mahagonny is a mythical American city where people live for greed, lust and violence. End of story.

Written in 1927, Mahagonny-Songspiel set the style for other melodic and savagely critical pieces of music theatre created in Weimar Germany. Elements of this small-scale scenic cantata influenced modern musicians including The Doors who recorded one of the production’s numbers in 1967, immortalizing its haunting first line: “Oh show me the way to the next whiskey bar…..”

Maximum audience capacity per performance: 25
If your performance is full, please email boxoffice@tift.ca to be added to the waiting list.

Performance Duration: 30 minutes

 

Admission is FREE!

 

FREE ADMISSION POLICY

A security charge of $0.01 CAD is required to validate booking. Patrons can cancel or reschedule up to 4 hours before the performance without charge. Please email admin@tift.ca to make any changes.

In the event a patron fails to cancel or make alternate changes and does not attend the performance, a $25.00 charge will be applied per ticket to the patron’s credit card. This charge will be used as a donation to the theatre and a tax receipt will be issued.

Limit: 4 tickets per performance and 24 tickets per order.


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Mahagonny-Songspiel Program

 

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