Cabaret Fort Lauderdale Tickets
This stunning production of the award-winning musical follows the story of American writer Cliff Bradshaw and his journey through 1930s Berlin. He arrives in Berlin looking for story material and soon finds himself at Berlin’s infamous cabaret, the Kit Kat Klub. There, he meets 19-year-old British performer Sally Bowles. After several tantalizing numbers, he asks her out, but she rejects him. The next day, she arrives on his doorstep. She tells Cliff her jealous boyfriend, the cabaret owner, fired her. They fall in love and embrace the decadence of Berlin nightlife.
As the story progresses, the Nazi presence grows. Cliff’s English student Ernst, a German and Nazi, gives him some extra work running mysterious errands to earn a few more dollars. As the Nazi threat grows, Cliff begs Sally to leave with him. Instead, she leaves him and returns to the cabaret. As the world falls apart around them and Cliff flees, the story asks if decadent living is enough to survive.
Fort Lauderdale Tickets
The Roundabout Theatre Company brings this Tony Award-winning production of Cabaret, by Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall, to Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts. One of the Top 10 most visited theaters in the world, it offers a perfect setting for Broadway shows, dance, live concerts and more. Located in Fort Lauderdale’s vibrant Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District, it is easily accessible by car, public transport or on foot for visitors staying near the venue.
A show for mature audiences only, this musical welcomes everyone to Berlin’s notorious Kit Kat Klub where “life is a cabaret” and they can “come hear that music play,” with famous musical numbers like “Willkommen,” “Maybe This Time” and “Cabaret.” Provocative and thoughtful, reviewers across the country rave about it; the Chicago Tribune says “it’s a ‘Cabaret’ with fresh ways to make us squirm” while the Houston Chronicle declares it “a devastatingly relevant work of art” and “a harrowing, heartbreaking show that will stay with you.”
In addition to Fort Lauderdale, this box office sensation is currently touring in select cities throughout the U.S. as part of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s 50th Anniversary celebration. Check out the performance schedule and purchase your tickets today.
The only continent that has not hosted a production of Cabaret is Antarctica.
Dame Judi Dench played the role of Sally Bowles in the 1968 West End (London) production of Cabaret, performed at the Palace Theatre.
The story for Cabaret comes from a short novel by Christopher Isherwood called Goodbye to Berlin, written in 1939.
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