This celebration of Stephen Sondheim's music and lyrics begins May 23 at the Cabaret at Theater Square, Downtown. The show pays tribute to this musical theater master with songs from some of his best known shows that include “Company,” “Follies.
It's the latest show from the Briefs Factory, a collective of circus, drag, cabaret and acrobatic performers from Queensland. Sydney festival is the final stop on their lengthy national and international tour, with the troupe winning fans from the.
Cabaret In 1966, the year Cabaret debuted on Broadway, Robert Kennedy spoke of a curse “which says, 'May he live in interesting times.' Like it or not, we live in interesting times. They are times of danger and uncertainty, but they are also more open.
The popular production has reopened with a revival of its very first production , “Love, Chaos, and Dinner” (L, C & D), which debuted in 1998. As ever, the show features a diverse group of international performers for an evening of the three Cs.
The North Fork Community Theatre presents “ Cabaret ,” a hit musical that takes place in 1930's Berlin. Two couples attempt to find happiness while the looming threat of the Third Reich swirls around them. Presiding over it all is the menacing Emcee.
Lada Redstar delivers two terrific burlesque acts, both combining strong production values with potent charisma. Aerialist Dylan Rodriguez mesmerises with a combination of contortion and rag-doll vulnerability while freaky drag provocateurs Betty.
Even if Actors Cabaret of Eugene's current production of Cabaret were a drop-dead disaster, I'd still recommend it wholeheartedly. This 1966 hit Broadway show, based on Christopher Isherwood's novel Goodbye to Berlin, is so timely it's chilling. Dark.
There are five original shows commissioned or co-commissioned by Adelaide Cabaret Festival. The festival will also welcome some of the cabaret acts who have made their mark on the Adelaide Fringe scene including Briefs ... a one-off musical homage to.
18. (urbanitetheatre.com) The musical revue “The GiGis” is still playing at the Florida Studio Theatre’s Court Cabaret, offering a musical review of hits by female singers and girl groups from the 1940s through today. It continues through Sept.
This is a nicely elliptical show with strong production values. Seasoned performers, including the host for the evening and director Fez Faanana, are joined by some new team members to keep things fresh. Notable among these are Thomas Gundry Greenfield.
In an ANU and Abbey Theatre co- production , 'The Lost O'Casey', a lost play is reframed as a searing call to action. Nannies Night Out, Sean O'Casey's 1924 play for the Abbey Theatre had multiple endings “the ending I wanted, the ending they wanted and.