Music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb and book by Joe Masteroff.

“Cabaret” is a musical that explores the seedy underworld of Berlin’s infamous Kit Kat Klub, as the Nazis rise to power in pre-World War II Germany. The show follows the story of American writer Cliff Bradshaw and his relationship with the club’s lead performer, Sally Bowles, as they navigate the tumultuous political climate of the time. With a score that features classic songs such as “Willkommen” and “Money,” “Cabaret” is a dark and thought-provoking musical that uses the power of song and dance to examine themes of love, loss, and the rise of fascism. Through its unique blend of humor and tragedy, “Cabaret” remains a powerful and timeless work of musical theater.


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