Mother Courage and her Children
By: Bertolt Brecht
Translated by: Tony Kushner
February 9 - February 25, 2024
Mother Courage was first performed in Zurich in 1941 and is usually seen as Brecht's greatest work. Remaining a powerful indictment of war and social injustice, it is an epic drama set in the seventeenth century during the Thirty Years' War. The plot follows the resilient Mother Courage who survives by running a commissary business that profits from all sides. As the war claims all of her children in turn, the play poignantly demonstrates that no one can profit from the war without being subject to its terrible cost also. The play received its American premiere at the Cleveland Play House in 1958.
Staff and Cast
Directors: Ian Wolfgang Hinz & Becca Moseley
Laura Rauh (Mother Courage)
Joseph Milan (The Cook)
Dan Zalevsky (The Chaplain)
Kyle Huff (The Singer)
Leah Paige Smith (Yvette)
Kierstan Kathleen Conway (Kattrin)
Michael J. Montanus (Swiss Cheese)
Santino Montanez (Eilif)
Emily Terry (Ensemble, Mother Courage U/S)
Ariana Starkman (Ensemble)
Kelly Dunn (Ensemble)
Mattie Blick (Ensemble)
Jabri Little (Ensemble/Swiss Cheese U/S)
Keenan Carosielli (Ensemble/Eilif U/S)
Health and Safety Guidelines
Ensemble Theatre will no longer require masks be worn during performances.
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Masks may be required should COVID cases rise in Cuyahoga County to a level that necessitates it.
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This production contains strong language and themes.
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