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Jimmy Mahoney and his three friends – Jacob Schmidt, Bank Account Billy, and Alaska Wolf Joe – sing of the pleasures awaiting them in "Off to Mahagonny", they look forward to the peace and pleasure they will find there.The four friends arrive in Mahagonny, only to find other disappointed travelers already leaving.The July 1998 Salzburg Festival production featured Catherine Malfitano as Jenny, Gwyneth Jones as Begbick, and Jerry Hadley as Jimmy.Wiener Staatsoper added it to its repertoire in January 2012 in a production by Jérôme Deschamps conducted by Ingo Metzmacher starring Christopher Ventris as Jimmy and Angelika Kirchschlager as Jenny, notably casting young mezzo-soprano Elisabeth Kulman as Begbick, breaking the tradition of having a veteran soprano (like Varnay or Jones) or musical theater singer (like Patti Lu Pone) perform the role.Jimmy, restless, attempts to leave Mahagonny; it is too peaceful for him.His three friends, in close harmony, try to persuade him to stay.
The cast included Teresa Stratas as Jenny, Astrid Varnay as Begbick, Richard Cassilly as Jimmy, Cornell Mac Neil as Moses, Ragnar Ulfung as Fatty and Paul Plishka as Joe. The Los Angeles Opera presented the opera in September 1989 under conductor Kent Nagano and with a Jonathan Miller production.
Other productions within Europe waited until the end of the Second World War, some notable ones being in January 1963 in London at Sadler's Wells Opera conducted by Colin Davis and in Berlin in September 1977 by the Komische Oper.
A full version was presented at the Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1974, with Gilbert Price as Jimmy and Stephanie Cotsirilos as Jenny. The libretto was performed in an original translation by Michael Feingold; the production was directed by Alvin Epstein.
Begbick, well-informed about their personal tastes, marks down her prices, but for the penurious Billy they still seem too high.
Jimmy impatiently calls for the girls of Mahagonny to show themselves, so he can make a choice.
The opera was banned by the Nazis in 1933 and did not have a significant production until the 1960s.