Genre: Drama
Directed by Anya Saffir Music by Cormac Bluestone

Set and Lighting by Eric Southern

Costumes by Katja Andreiev

Choreography by Alison Beatty  

In the chaos of revolution, a kitchen maid rescues an abandoned child of royal blood and protects him against all odds. Two years later, order restored, the child’s biological mother returns to reclaim him. Their case is heard by the judge–a drunk and a ruffian with a weakness for lopsided justice. Who will win the child?

 In this modern morality masterpiece, here brought to life with an original score, we see Brecht examine the perils–and necessity–of human goodness.  

Featuring:  Sam Dash, John Early, Matthew Hanson, Gleen Hergenhahn, Maura Hooper, Daniel Johnsen, Jacquelyn Landgraf, Charley Layton, Vladimir Margolin, Sydney Matthews, Brian Maxsween, Joyce Miller, Alex Mills, Ronald Peet, Michael R. Piazza, Marek Sapieyevski, Chloé Wepper and Gil Zabarsky


Presented by Pipeline Theatre Company


Open:   03/05/11
Close:   03/19/11

March 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18 at 8pm
March 6, 13 at 3pm
March 19 at 2 and 8pm
Theater:   Theater for the New City
Address:   155 First Avenue
New York,
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Cost:$18 General Admission, $15 Students
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