later in the spring, the production will travel to boston’s colonial theater, to come to the newly renovated and rechristened lyric theater, oct. 26-nov. 30. from the surrealistic to the poetic, cabaret is a joyous musical about the dark side of love. in this autobiographical musical, the title character is an american man in berlin who becomes the libidinous mascot of a german cabaret queen.
when cabaret opened on broadway in 1966, the critics gave it a resounding thumbs down. however, cabaret went on to become a touring phenomenon, with a record-breaking run of over two years. it won the tony award for best musical and has been successfully performed throughout the world, including the west end, broadway, and on television.
by the time i had finished watching this i felt like i was in a real circle of friends, i was too many to believe, i was not alone anymore, i was in my own private world where no one could break our sisterly bond. it was very emotional
at the end, the members of the zim fan club each get a special gift: a happy birthday cake. a cake that is not simular to any other cake of the world, but the most perfect birthday cake a magic cake, made by a supreme chef with special ingredients. and anyone who gets this cake, just has to wish somebody happy birthday. and if the wished for birthday is your own, youll find a gift on the cake.
cabaret is a musical, yes, but its not very realistic in its portrayals of the german music scene. the first scene of the film shows sally bowles singing in a nightclub. and later in the film, she sings again in the cabaret and we see her in a single photograph that is published in her profile on the cabaret. but theres no other music scenes in the movie. the only music scenes in the film that is realistic is when cliff and sally bowles sing in the film.
there is nothing like sitting in the dark and watching a movie, a full-length musical or play, when you know that you are in for a wild ride. and that is what you will experience when you start listening to music, or watching a movie. that is what brings together two people that have never met.
the film offers a new look at the famous story by shakespeare. although the american journalist, mr. clifford, has been living in germany for over 20 years, its not until he meets a cabaret performer that he begins to take on a whole new face.
no one expected to be sitting at home, counting the days until the war would end. well, the world may never be the same. one man’s idea of how to spend the war is leading to a nightly explosion of music, beauty, and danger. the play by joe masteroff opened at the state theater in washington, d.c. cabaret is a new musical which premiered in 1968 and was nominated for eight tony awards, including best musical. the story begins, as many stories do, with a wedding, and ends with one. the german cabaret performers, led by berlin’s most colorful and controversial cabaret star, emcee kurtz, are springing from the bombed-out remains of the war. they are trying to survive in a world that has been shattered and rebuilt with no memory of the past.
they struggle with their history and to survive the nazi’s. the characters in this play are all iconic figures in german history. the play by joe masteroff opens at the national theater in washington, d.c. cabaret is the story of a world where people are living, work, love, and live their lives without knowing what is to come. the colorful yet sinister cabaret performers become the focus of the story as they try to come to terms with their lives and the reality that is beginning to unfold before their eyes.