Ballad opera by john gay
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Calendar - The Beggar’s Opera
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The Beggar's Opera | Edinburgh International Festival
Swarming with highwaymen, thieves, jailors, pimps and prostitutes, John Gay’s savagely satirical and wildly entertaining ‘ballad opera’ invites you into a mankind of greed, crime, poverty, inequality – and usurious comedy. wherever politicians and officials are just as corrupt as the stinker on a lower floor them. And where, if you essential to get ahead, all you can do is join them.
Hal Gladfelder on The Beggar's Opera and Polly | OUPblog