CABARET

By John Kander & Fred Ebb

Northwestern University, Barber Theater

February 2014

Directed by: Nick Bowling

Costume Design : Sally Dolembo

Scenic Design: Se J Oh

Lighting Design: Maya Michele Fein

Photography: Justin Barbin

 

Maybe This Time

Maybe This Time

Tomorrow Belongs to Me Reprise

Tomorrow Belongs to Me Reprise

Sally moves in

Sally moves in

Pineapple song

Pineapple song

Kickline

Kickline

Last moment

Last moment

Finale

Finale

Telephone Song

Telephone Song

Willkommen

Willkommen

Two Ladies

Two Ladies

Money

Money

Mein Heir

Mein Heir

Tomorrow Belongs to Me (1st)

Tomorrow Belongs to Me (1st)

Married

Married

Mein Heir

Mein Heir

Cliff meets Ernst on train

Cliff meets Ernst on train

After Sally visits the Dr.

After Sally visits the Dr.

The political unrest of 1931 Berlin is where young American writer Cliff Bradshaw seeks inspiration for his next great novel.  Instead, he finds himself enmeshed in the decadent and dangerous Kit Kat Klub, a stained world filled with velvet sofas, tattered lamps and the beguiling cabaret singer Sally Bowles.  Desire and dreams may only drift undisturbed for so long in this darkly political Tony Award-winning musical directed by Jeff Award-winning TimeLine Theatre Associate Artistic Director Nick Bowling, as Cliff must ultimately decide if his life is to be nothing more than a cabaret.

© 2019 Maya Michele Fein.

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