This particular evening presents Weill and Brecht in doubles: discover “The Seven Deadly Sins” in turn! We relive each time through the eyes and ears the same ingenious game in different languages, casts and perspectives... Kurt Weill composed the work in 1933 for the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, taking up Brecht's acerbic social criticism in catchy sounds reminiscent of tango, foxtrot and barbershop. By assigning exclusively male voices to the whole family (including the mother), Weill emphasizes the dominant patriarchal structures. They are pertinently ironic about the ambivalent and petty-bourgeois morality of a society ready to abandon its values and its psychic health for its prosperity. Olivier Tambosi (“Sweeney Todd”) is in charge of the staging, Iwan Wassilevski carries the musical direction. The famous stage couple, Christiane Boesiger and Christian Manuel Oliveira, of “The Merry Widow” and “Sweeney Todd”, are back at TOBS.