Happy End at the galleries in MOCA's Geffen Contemporary Museum, Los Angeles, CA

In honor of the 100th anniversary of composer Kurt Weill's birth in the year 2000, arts organizations worldwide presented a vast array of productions, performances and symposia. As  part of these centenary celebrations, Randee Trabitiz directed production of Bertilt Brecht's and Kurt Weill's Happy End in the galleries in MOCA's  Geffen Contemporary Museum.

Reviews & Press:

"Director Randee Trabitz literally surrounds and bombards the audience with a spectacle of sight and sound, including silent movie clips that are framed like paintings on the wall"

Variety

"That is exactly what "Happy End" gets in a radical, messy, multidisciplinary production presented by the Museum of Contemporary Art."

-LA Times