This weekend is your last chance to catch CCM’s acclaimed productions of both The Threepenny Opera (March 8 – 10) and the brand-new Kurt Weill revue Into a Lamplit Room (March 10).
The critics have had high praise for both productions, with CityBeat’s Rick Pender calling The Threepenny Opera “authentic,” “compelling” and “visually stunning” and Seen and Heard International‘s Rafael de Acha calling Into a Lamplit Room “heavenly!”
See what the critics have said for yourselves here:
- Cincinnati Enquirer: “CCM’s Threepenny Challenging, Bold”
- Talkin’ Broadway: “The Threepenny Opera Review”
- CityBeat: “Threepenny Opera: CCM Shines with Historical Tale of Corruption, Greed”
- Seen and Heard International: “Heavenly Sampler of Kurt Weill”
CCM’s year-long Kurt Weill Festival is funded in part by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, Inc., New York NY. Foundation Director Carolyn Weber explains, “The schedule of stage productions, concerts and ancillary activities, unprecedented in scope in an academic context, has inspired the Foundation to expand its sponsorship program to cover leading academic institutions in addition to professional performing arts organizations. We hope the CCM festival will set the stage for other such sponsorships in the future.”
Funded in part by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, Inc., New York, N. Y.
The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation: CCM Season Presenting Sponsor and Musical Theatre Program Sponsor
ArtsWave: Community Partner
Macy’s: Mainstage Season Production Sponsor