Cabaret Los Angeles Tickets
About the Show
CABARET is based on writer Christopher Isherwood's novel Goodbye to Berlin (1939), which chronicled his time spent in the bohemian clubs of Berlin, Germany, during the early 1930s. It tells the story of Sally Bowles, a steamy seductress and singer, her new roommate Cliff—an innocent and shy runaway—and their time at the infamous Kit Kat Klub, the seedy underground dance club where Sally plays the charming femme fatale singer.
As life in pre-WWII Germany grows more uncertain every day, the locals leave their troubles to spend time hanging out at the club. Sally, the Emcee, and their raucous ensemble join forces nightly to tease and entice the patrons into the allure of Berlin nightlife.
One night, in his quest to experience every sight and sound, Cliff follows Sally to the club. As the night seems to live on forever inside of the club, the rise of the Nazi regime brings each character’s politics to the forefront of the show. While the performance is wildly entertaining with music that gets the heart racing, the risqué story also takes on a terrifying subject matter.
Cast and Crew
CABARET reunites Broadway director Sam Mendes with co-director and choreographer Rob Marshall. The original score is by John Kander and Fred Ebb.
Andrea Gross stars as Sally Bowles, Randy Harrison plays The Emcee and Lee Aaron Rosen rounds out the lead characters as Clifford Bradshaw. Other cast members include Shannon Cochran as Fraulein Schneider, Alison Ewing as Fraulein Kost, Mark Nelson as Herr Schultz and Ned Noyes as Ernst Ludwig.
Venue and Tickets
Known as one of the greatest landmarks in Hollywood, the Pantages Theatre is in the heart of Hollywood, on Hollywood Boulevard, just down the street from Vine Street. It signifies both the glorious past and exciting future of the world's entertainment capital.
This Roundabout Theatre Company's Tony Award-winning show is a must-see. Audience members won’t be able to take their eyes off of Sally, Cliff and the riveting story.
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CABARET features a few of the most memorable songs in theater history. They include, “Cabaret,” “Willkommen” and “Maybe This Time.”
In the original London production in 1968, Judi Dench starred as Sally.
The original Broadway production had its opening on November 20, 1966.
In the opening song, “Willkommen,” many of the phrases are greeting the audience. They are repeated in three different languages: German, French and English.
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