We’re kicking off the month of Halloween with the perfect piece and our favourite musical, the inspiration for our Love is a Poverty You Can Sell cabarets, an in-concert version of The Threepenny Opera: full of crime, greed, lust, dark humour, and biting social commentary against the backdrop of 19th century London’s seedy underworld, with a haunting score in this, Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht’s most famous collaboration!
But wait… there’s more!
Just 3 actors will be playing ALL the roles!
Scott Garland (2016 Dora Award Nominee for Three Men in a Boat), Christian Jeffries (from our Love is a Poverty You Can Sell cabarets), and Sarah Thorpe (Soup Can co-founder, MyTheatre’s 2015 Fan Favourite Award winner for Heretic), under the baton of our musical director Pratik Gandhi (resident conductor at Toy Piano Composers), who helmed the music on our productions of Circle Jerk, A Hand of Bridge, Marat/Sade, and Love is a Poverty You Can Sell I and II.
One Day Only! But there will be 3 performances!
Sunday October 2nd
4pm, 6:30pm, and 9pm
at the Monarch Tavern – 12 Clinton St
Tickets are only $13, available to buy in advance or cash only at the door. This concert is part of our 2016 fundraising initiatives. Thank you in advance for supporting indie theatre!”
Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates, and see you on October 2nd!