Playwright Bertolt Brecth's work will be performed at Arts on the Lake.
Single performance Oct. 28
Partnering with the Blue Horse Repertory, the Lake Carmel cultural center, Arts on the Lake, will present The Informer and The Jewish Wife by Bertolt Brecht, part of The Private Life of the Master Race, a longer play first produced on Broadway. There will be a single performance on Saturday, Oct. 28. Tickets are $15, with discounts for students and members.
The plays were written during Brecht’s exile in America in the 1930s. Brecht is best known for Mother Courage and The Good Person of Szechwan, which was revived off-Broadway in 2013. To purchase tickets and get more information, call 845-228-2685 or visit artsonthelake.org.
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