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He has directed and choreographed Guys and Dolls for the Hildesheimer Stadttheater, and choreographed West Side Story for the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern and the ballet Zergliederung Einer Frau for the Stadttheater Bern. He has been seen in the European Premiere productions of Camelot playing Lancelot at the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, La Cage Aux Folles , playing Munkustrap in Cats and serving as Dance Captain for Gillian Lynne at Theater an der Wien in Vienna. For Helmut Baumann and Juerg Burth at Theater des Westens Berlin he appeared in their productions of Guys and Dolls, Jesus Christ Superstar the Kurt Weill Revue , and most recently, Company . Numerous television appearances include Die Verflixte Sieben with Rudi Carrell, Der Grosse Preis and Mein Haus with Angelika Milster for West   Deutscher Rundfunk. For Polydor he has recorded the Original German Cast Album of Cats and the titles Alles,  Ich Will Heut’ Nacht and We’ve Got Tonight with Angelika Milster.

A short summary of Bertolt Bretcht's The Threepenny Opera . This free synopsis covers all the crucial plot points of The Threepenny Opera .

Previously Leicestershire Police announced a 'three strikes and you're out' approach after begging emerged as a major concern for people living, working and shopping in the city.

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Elizabeth Einberg and Judy Egerton, The Age of Hogarth: British Painters Born 1675-1709 , Tate Gallery Collections, II, London 1988

The character of Macheath has been considered by critics as both a hero and an anti-hero. Harold Gene Moss, arguing that Macheath is a noble character, has written, "[one] whose drives are toward love and the vital passions, Macheath becomes an almost Christ-like victim of the decadence surrounding him." Contrarily, John Richardson in the peer-reviewed journal Eighteenth-Century Life has argued that Macheath is powerful as a literary figure precisely because he stands against any interpretation, "against expectation and illusion." [10] He is now thought to have been modeled on the gentleman highwayman, Claude Duval, [11] [12] although interest in criminals had recently been raised by Jack Sheppard's escapes from Newgate . [13]

Religious ideals of ‘ Bhiksha ’ in Hinduism, ‘ Zakat ’ in Islam and ‘ Charity ’ in Christianity besides others promote alms-giving. [8] This obligation of making gifts to God by alms-giving explains the occurrence of generous donations outside religious sites like temples and mosques to mendicants begging in the name of God.

, from Old French begart , originally a member of the Beghards , lay brothers of mendicants in the Low Countries, from Middle Dutch beggaert "mendicant," of uncertain origin, with pejorative suffix (see -ard ). Cf. Beguine . Early folk etymology connected the English word with bag . Form with -ar attested from 14c., but begger was more usual 15c.-17c. The feminine form beggestere is attested as a surname from . Beggar's velvet was an old name for "dust bunnies." "Beggers should be no choosers" is in Heywood (1562).

1570s, from Latin credulus "that easily believes, trustful," from credere "to believe" (see credo ). Related: Credulously ; credulousness .

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