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2010-2011 Season

Cabaret

Mar 18th - Apr 10th, 2011

Spencer Theatre

Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten and

Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander      Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Broadway production directed by Harold Prince
Produced for the Broadway Stage by Harold Prince
Directed by Eric Rosen

Music Director/Conductor/Pianist Anthony T. Edwards
Orchestrator Doug Peck
Choreographer Richard J. Hinds
Set Design Jack Magaw
Costume Design Sarah Beers
Lighting Design David Weiner
Sound Design Zachary Williamson
Production Stage Manager Brooke Redler*
Assistant Stage Manager Sara E. Beatty*

1931 Berlin, and the fragile Weimar Republic is being torn apart by radical politics on the right and left. But inside the Cabaret, the world is alive with seedy glamour and a kind of freedom never known before -- for now. A young, broke American finds himself entangled by the dreams of the unforgettable Sally Bowles, who initiates him to the pleasures -- and dangers -- of theCabaret. One of the great musicals of the last century is brought to passionate, vibrant, imaginative life by Artistic Director Eric Rosen (Venice, A Christmas Story, Winesburg, Ohio) -- and pays homage to Kansas City native and legend John Kander, who, along with Fred Ebb, created one of the most wondrous and powerful theatrical scores ever.

 

1931 Berlin, and the fragile Weimar Republic is being torn apart by radical politics on the right and left. But inside the Cabaret, the world is alive with seedy glamour and a kind of freedom never known before -- for now. A young, broke American finds himself entangled by the dreams of the unforgettable Sally Bowles, who initiates him to the pleasures -- and dangers -- of theCabaret. One of the great musicals of the last century is brought to passionate, vibrant, imaginative life by Artistic Director Eric Rosen (Venice, A Christmas Story, Winesburg, Ohio) -- and pays homage to Kansas City native and legend John Kander, who, along with Fred Ebb, created one of the most wondrous and powerful theatrical scores ever.

 

1931 Berlin, and the fragile Weimar Republic is being torn apart by radical politics on the right and left. But inside the Cabaret, the world is alive with seedy glamour and a kind of freedom never known before -- for now. A young, broke American finds himself entangled by the dreams of the unforgettable Sally Bowles, who initiates him to the pleasures -- and dangers -- of theCabaret. One of the great musicals of the last century is brought to passionate, vibrant, imaginative life by Artistic Director Eric Rosen (Venice, A Christmas Story, Winesburg, Ohio) -- and pays homage to Kansas City native and legend John Kander, who, along with Fred Ebb, created one of the most wondrous and powerful theatrical scores ever.

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Artistic Director Eric Rosen Talks About Cabaret

Artistic Director Eric Rosen, Costume Designer Sarah Beers and Set Designer Jack Magaw talk about the Rep's upcoming show CABARET. Set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, Kander and Ebb's award-winning musical about nightclub singer Sally Bowles and her relationship with an American writer will be freshly re-imagined in a new production by KC Rep Artistic Director Eric Rosen. March 18 - April 10, 2011 Spencer Theatre


Cabaret on NBC

KC Rep's Eric Rosen and Jenny Erdman talk about their version of Cabaret.


CABARET Preview Video

This is a preview video of CABARET at Kansas City Repertory Theatre. The show runs March 18 - April 10, 2011 at the Rep's Spencer Theatre. The Book is by Joe Masteroff, and is based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood. The music by John Kander with lyrics by Fred Ebb. The Broadway production was directed by Harold Prince and it was produced for the Broadway Stage by Harold Prince. KC Rep's production is directed by Eric Rosen with Music Director/Conductor/Pianist Anthony T. Edwards, orchestrator Doug Peck, choreographer Richard J. Hinds, set design by Jack Magaw, costume design by Sarah Beers, lighting design David Weiner, sound design by Zachary Williamson, and the production stage manager is Brooke Redler. The cast includes KC Comeaux, Jerry Jay Cranford, Claybourne Elder, Jenny Florowski, Charles Fugate, Colleen Grate, Gary Neal Johnson, Bryan LaFave, Kara Lindsay, Mandy Morris, Kym Chambers Otto, Hollis Resnik, Vanessa Severo, Emily Shackelford and Brian Sills.

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