The Threepenny Opera / Berlin

  • Berliner Ensemble 1 Bertolt-Brecht-Platz Berlin, Berlin, 10117 Germany

This seminal 1928 classic by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill was directed by Robert Wilson in 2007. In Wilson's production, the tale of Mackie Messer, Polly Peachum and the Whores of Turnbridge takes place in a setting that is influenced by German Expressionism and the shattering, seductive world of Weimar-era cabaret. 

Robert Wilson (direction, set and light design); Ann-Christin Rommen (co-direction); Serge von Arx (co-set design); Jacques Reynaud (costumes); Andreas Fuchs (light design); Jutta Ferbers, Annika Bardos (dramaturgy); Hans-Jörn Brandenburg, Stefan Rager (musical direction)

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