Berlin to Broadway With Kurt Weill: Bio as Musical Revue
Composer Kurt Weill's amazing life story becomes a musical revue from In Series, featuring his most iconic works, including "Mack the Knife" and "Pirate Jenny" from Threepenny Opera, among many others. Best known for his collaboration on that 1928 German musical with Bertolt Brecht, Weill was forced to flee the Nazis in the early '30s, and after stops in Europe, he settled in New York with his actress wife Lotte Lenya, and found success on Broadway with his Tony-winning score for Street Scene, Knickerbocker Holiday and several other popular '40s musicals. That influential output, produced in tandem with many of the era's greatest lyricists, including Langston Hughes, Maxwell Andersen, Alan Jay Lerner and Ira Gershwin, resulted in jazz, cabaret and theater favorites like "September Song," "Speak Low" and "Sailor's Tango" -- all set to be performed as part of this engaging tribute.
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