1 April 2015 at 10.44pm | 30 Comments
— Peter D Cox (@peterdcox) April 1, 2015
Final scenes of #ROHmahagonny really hugely powerful on screen in a way I never quite felt in the theatre.
— Tony Watts (@Tonywauk) April 1, 2015
Asking the audience for a cup of water when tonight that's all they had #ROHmahagonny
— robert marshall (@rajm) April 1, 2015
— Annie Blackmore (@annie_blackmore) April 1, 2015
"In all the world there is no crime more despicable than that of having no money" - v poignant #ROHmahagonny
— Joanna Mason (@joanna_adastra) April 1, 2015
My Brecht problem: I can never tell if I'm not enjoying a bad production, or if I'm successfully alienated from a good one! #ROHmahagonny
— Thomas Kohut (@ThomasKohut) April 1, 2015
Loving Anne Sophie von Otter's inspired Jenny Eclair/Theresa May interpretation of Begbick in #ROHmahagonny
— Jamie Reece (@dagsyreece) April 1, 2015
What a treat to see Brecht's 'Rise and fall of the City of Mahagonny' - can't say I've ever seen a stranger opera! @RoyalOperaHouse
— Suzanne (@SuzeGold) April 1, 2015
What an incredible production, can't wait to find out more about Brëcht and Weill! Viva Mahagonny! #ROHmahagonny
— Freddie Brook (@DramaDraco) April 1, 2015
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