September 18 - October 6, 2001


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

Set in a sleazy cabaret, this is the story of a young American writer named Cliff Bradshaw who travels to Berlin in search of life experience. At the Kit Kat Club, he meets the crazily voluptuous Sally Bowles and gets caught up in the rising tide of Hitler's New German Reich, with it's anti-semitism and violence. In a society breaking down,Cabaret is about how politics and sexual ambiguity are related and can affect an entire society.

Cabaret is part dark-Brechtian cabaret, part Broadway musical, and features such hit songs as "Cabaret", "If You Could See Her"and "The Money Song". It is based on the play I am a Camera written in 1952, and Cabaret opened on Broadway in 1966.

Cast & Creative Team
For Cabaret

  • Thom Allison
  • Danny Austin
  • Steven Foster
    Aryan Youth
  • Onalea Gilbertson
    Fraulein Kost, Frenchie
  • Kate Hennig
    Sally Bowles
  • Stirling Karlsen
    Sailor, Taxi Man, Guard
  • Victoria Lamond
  • David LeReaney
    Herr Schultz, Max
  • Cara Leslie
  • Gail Matheson
  • Doug McKeag
    Officer, Sailor, Gorilla, Guard
  • Duncan Ollerenshaw
    Cliff Bradshaw
  • Kevin Rothery
    Ernst Ludwig
  • Maureen Thomas
    Fraulein Schneider
  • Valerie Moore
    Director, Choreographer
  • More Cast & Crew