Mother Courage and her Children
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
17.00 in HIGH x 10.38 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 26.35 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"John Malmquist Design 510.540.1983" and sponsors' logos appear in the bottom margin.

Poster printed with yellow, red, and black ink on white paper. Text aligned at top left reads, "Shotgun Players present / FREE! / Mother Courage and her Children / By Bertolt Brecht / TransLated by David Hare / Directed by Patrick Dooley / Produced by Special Arrangement with Samuel French." A person in a black hooded robe appears at right with a raised fist holding several dollar bills. Red silhouettes of a group of soldiers holding rifles appear behind the figure against an orange and yellow background. A logo for Shotgun Players appears at lower right, and text in small yellow font at right over the figure reads, "Just wait / You'll bend / In time / You'll find / The vows you make you'll break / To live / Just give / In doubt / Sell out / It's what God wants from you." The dates of August 2 to September 14th are listed at bottom along with the location of John Hinkel Park in Berkeley (no performance on 8/9; 9/13 show in Live Oak Park) and contact information for the Shotgun Players.
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