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Two sisters leave their starving family on the floodplains of the moon-lit Mississippi, and go in search of a decent wage. But from the seedy cabaret joints of an imaginary town to the glaring lights of Hollywood fame, the sisters' quest for survival leads them deeper into moral decay. Brecht and Weill's epic masterpiece is a dark and ironic tale of suffering and redemption. First performed at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris on 7th June 1933, Seven Deadly Sins
was the last collaboration by the creators of the Threepenny Opera, Mahogany and the Happy End.Performers Josephine Amankwah.
Author Bertolt Brecht. Company Arcola Theatre. Translation W.H. Auden. Translation Chester Kallman. Director Mehmet Ergen. Choreographer Gary Rowe.
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