History Theatre / TheThreePennyOpera

6th Oct '17 8:07:20 PM ProfessorGrimm
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--> '''Macheath''':''[[IgnoredEpiphany But young men's blood goes on being red]]''\\

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--> '''Macheath''':''[[IgnoredEpiphany '''Macheath''':'' [[IgnoredEpiphany But young men's blood goes on being red]]''\\
6th Oct '17 3:42:49 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* ''Mack the Knife'' (1989) an English film adaption. Not commercially or critically successful, but notable for its cast: Creator/RaulJulia as Mack, Richard Harris as Peachum, Julie Walters as Mrs. Peachum, Bill Nighy as Tiger Brown, and [[Music/TheWho Roger Daltrey]] as the Street Singer

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* ''Mack the Knife'' (1989) an English language film adaption. Not commercially or critically successful, but notable for its cast: Creator/RaulJulia as Mack, Richard Harris as Peachum, Julie Walters as Mrs. Peachum, Bill Nighy as Tiger Brown, and [[Music/TheWho Roger Daltrey]] Music/RogerDaltrey as the Street Singer
6th Oct '17 3:40:56 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* The 1976 production done by the Public Theatre, later transferring to Broadway. Notable for ''not'' bowdlerizing the lyrics or the story. It starred Creator/RaulJulia as Mack.

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* The 1976 production done by the Public Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival, later transferring to Broadway. Notable for ''not'' bowdlerizing the lyrics or the story. It starred Creator/RaulJulia as Mack.Mack, who got a Tony nomination.



* ''Mack the Knife'' (1989) an English film adaption. Not commercially successful, but notable for its cast: Creator/RaulJulia as Mack, Richard Harris as Peachum, Julie Walters as Mrs. Peach, Bill Nighy as Tiger Brown, and Roger Daltrey as the Street Singer

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* ''Mack the Knife'' (1989) an English film adaption. Not commercially or critically successful, but notable for its cast: Creator/RaulJulia as Mack, Richard Harris as Peachum, Julie Walters as Mrs. Peach, Peachum, Bill Nighy as Tiger Brown, and [[Music/TheWho Roger Daltrey Daltrey]] as the Street Singer
5th Oct '17 8:53:10 PM ProfessorGrimm
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-> ''You're about to hear an opera for beggars. And because this opera was created so glamorously, the way only beggars can dream something up, and because it should still be so cheap that only beggars would pay for it, it's called '''The Threepenny Opera'''.''

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-> ''You're ''"You're about to hear an opera for beggars. And because this opera was created so glamorously, the way only beggars can dream something up, and because it should still be so cheap that only beggars would pay for it, it's called '''The Threepenny Opera'''.Opera'''".''
5th Oct '17 8:52:45 PM ProfessorGrimm
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-> ''You're about to hear an opera for beggars. And because this opera was created so glamorously, the way only beggars can dream something up, and because it should still be so cheap that only beggars would pay for it, it's called ''The Threepenny Opera''.''

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-> ''You're about to hear an opera for beggars. And because this opera was created so glamorously, the way only beggars can dream something up, and because it should still be so cheap that only beggars would pay for it, it's called ''The '''The Threepenny Opera''.Opera'''.''
5th Oct '17 8:52:30 PM ProfessorGrimm
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-- The Street Singer

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-> -- The Street Singer
5th Oct '17 8:52:04 PM ProfessorGrimm
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-- The Street Singer
5th Oct '17 8:48:57 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* [[https://www.amazon.com/Threepenny-Opera-1954-Blitzstein-Adaptation/dp/B00004X09T The 1956 Off-Broadway production]] directed by Marc Blitzstein, for which Lotte Lenya won a Tony Award for her role as Jenny. This version featured many of the common {{Bowdlerization}} of Brecht's original, but was nonetheless successful commercially and highly influential in its own right. The production featured Edward Asner (as Mr Peachum), Charlotte Rae as Mrs Peachum, Bea Arthur (as Lucy), Creator/JerryOrbach (as PC Smith, the Street Singer and Mack), John Astin (as Readymoney Matt/Matt of the Mint) and Jerry Stiller (as Crookfinger Jake) as members of the cast during its run.

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* [[https://www.amazon.com/Threepenny-Opera-1954-Blitzstein-Adaptation/dp/B00004X09T The 1956 Off-Broadway production]] directed by Marc Blitzstein, for which Lotte Lenya won a Tony Award for her role as Jenny. This version featured many of the common {{Bowdlerization}} of Brecht's original, but was nonetheless successful commercially and highly influential in its own right. The production featured Edward Asner (as Mr Peachum), Charlotte Rae as Mrs Peachum, Bea Be a Arthur (as Lucy), Creator/JerryOrbach (as PC Smith, the Street Singer and Mack), John Astin (as Readymoney Matt/Matt of the Mint) and Jerry Stiller (as Crookfinger Jake) as members of the cast during its run.run.
* The 1976 production done by the Public Theatre, later transferring to Broadway. Notable for ''not'' bowdlerizing the lyrics or the story. It starred Creator/RaulJulia as Mack.


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* ''Mack the Knife'' (1989) an English film adaption. Not commercially successful, but notable for its cast: Creator/RaulJulia as Mack, Richard Harris as Peachum, Julie Walters as Mrs. Peach, Bill Nighy as Tiger Brown, and Roger Daltrey as the Street Singer
5th Oct '17 6:12:13 PM FactoidCow
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''Die Dreigroschenoper'' is Creator/BertoltBrecht and Music/KurtWeill's DarkerAndEdgier adaptation of John Gay's ''Theatre/TheBeggarsOpera''. Despite the title, [[NonindicativeName it's a musical]].

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''Die Dreigroschenoper'' is Creator/BertoltBrecht and Music/KurtWeill's DarkerAndEdgier adaptation of John Gay's ''Theatre/TheBeggarsOpera''. Despite the title, [[NonindicativeName it's a musical]].
musical]]. It was first performed on August 31, 1928 in Berlin.
22nd Sep '17 9:24:27 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* SociopathicSoldier: Macheath and Tiger Brown as shown in the "Cannon Song"

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* SociopathicSoldier: Macheath and Tiger Brown as shown in the "Cannon "The Cannon Song"



--> '''Tiger Brown''' ''🎶Cause it is clear we'ere better!🎶''

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--> '''Tiger Brown''' ''🎶Cause it is clear we'ere we're better!🎶''
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