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Don Q, Greenwich Theatre

I really struggled to come up with a suitably erudite introduction to this review of Flintlock Theatre’s Don Q. Not because it’s hard to summarize – quite the opposite. noch 740 Wörter

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Mahagonny, Part I: The Reception of Brecht's "Whiskey-Soaked Utopia" in the Weimar Republic

If you’ve heard of Bertolt Brecht, you might think of him as an esteemed playwright, or as the man behind the “Threepenny Opera,” or as the Communist artist who fled Nazi Germany to America. noch 938 Wörter

Breaking into Brecht!

I have had the wonderful opportunity my last semester at Texas Tech, to assistant direct the mainstage production of Mother Courage and her Children by Bertolt Brecht (which will be showing at the Maedgen theatre April 30th-May 3rd in Lubbock, TX!) This has been a truly BRAND NEW experience in “regular” directing for me, as I have been blessed with some small experience in directing non regular theater with devised work before this. noch 97 Wörter


Future ROH broadcasts at the Bloor

Following on from yesterday’s Der fliegende Holländer showing at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema I followed up with them about future plans for the ROH opera broadcasts.   noch 133 Wörter

Toronto Opera News And Views

Short Theatre Review: The Caucasian Chalk Circle at the Unicorn Theatre


A few days ago I went to see a show and I just had to blog about it! It was an adaptation from the play “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” by Berlot Brecht. noch 337 Wörter


The tuba player has no double!

The other day I went to the opera for the first time.

I saw Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weil’s opera ‘The rise and fall of the city Mahagoni’. noch 1.214 Wörter


Give us this day our daily Brecht: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny

From its stunningly filmic opening to its faux-Golgotha finale, the Royal Opera House’s new production of Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny demands our attention.  noch 299 Wörter