Bach's Coffee Cantata depicts a confrontation between a father and his coffee-addicted daughter.     As coffee addiction is now prevalent, we take the Coffee Cantata into the 1960s and the use of marijuana by "flower children".  Our father's moral standing is dubious as he is addicted to whiskey and cigars.  But all's well that ends well.  Is everybody happy because the wedding cake was baked with some hashish? Come to our show and find out.

Lieschen: Ye’ela Avital
Schlendrian: Ehud Shapiro
Violin and Barman: Gilad Hildesheim
Harpsichord: Marina Minkin
Stage Director: Shirit Lee Weiss

Singing in German with English subtitles
Duets by Purcell on subjects related to the opera as
well as instrumental music will serve as a “warmup”.
The performance is about 1 hour without intermission.

Soft Drugs, Hard Liquor
The '60s version of Bach’s Coffee Cantata  

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