The Threepenny Opera

Return Engagement (1977)

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Director

Cast Highlights

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The Ballad Singer
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Mack the Knife
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Jenny Towler
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Jonathan Peachum
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Samuel
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Mrs. Peachum
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Polly Peachum
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Tiger Brown
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Lucy Brown
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A Messenger

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • Ballad of Mack the Knife .... Ballad Singer and Ensemble Members
  • Peachum's Morning Hymn .... Peachum
  • "No, They Can't" Song .... Peachum, Mrs. Peachum
  • For That's My Way .... Polly
  • Wedding Song for the Less Well-Off .... Members of the Gang
  • The Cannon Song .... Mack, Tiger Brown, the Gang
  • Liebeslied .... Polly, Mack
  • Barbara Song .... Polly
  • First Threepenny Finale .... Polly, Peachum, Mrs. Peachum

Act Two

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  • Pollys Lied .... Polly, Mack
  • The Ballad of Sexual Obsession .... Mrs. Peachum
  • Pirate Jenny .... Jenny
  • Ballad of Immoral Earnings .... Mack, Jenny
  • Ballad of Gracious Living .... Mack
  • Jealousy Duet .... Lucy, Polly
  • Second Threepenny Finale .... Mack, Jenny, Company

Act Three

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  • The Ballad of Sexual Obsession (Reprise) .... Mrs. Peachum
  • Song of the Insufficiency of Human Endeavor .... Peachum
  • Solomon Song .... Jenny
  • Call from the Grave .... Mack
  • Ballad in Which Macheath Begs All Men for Forgiveness .... Mack
  • Third Threepenny Finale .... Messenger, Mack, Polly, Lucy, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum, Company
  • Ballad of Mack the Knife (Reprise) .... Ballad Singer

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Trivia & History

Performances began on June 28, 1977. The press date was July 6. We are counting the performances before that as previews, although some sources list all the performances with one total. Although the total number of performances is sometimes given as 24, it seems that it was probably 23 — 10 performances before the press date, plus 13 from the press date to the closing — due to the cancelation of the performance on the evening of July 13, the night of the 1977 New York City blackout. It is possible that a performance was added to make up for that canceled performance, but given that the New York Shakespeare Festival has rarely added performances to the Delacorte season to make up for performances canceled due to rain, it seems unlikely that a performance was added. 


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