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Based on the play by John van Druten and the original stories by Christopher Isherwood. Set in late thirties Berlin.
first came to the stage in New York in 1966 and became a hit film with Liza Minnelli and Michael York in 1972. The story tells of American cabaret singer Sally Bowles, impoverished writer Cliff Bradshaw and their friends Frauline Schneider and Herr Schultz along with a host of divinely decadent characters whose lives are described by the Emcee. Their dreams for the future are finally shattered as their lives are inexorably drawn towards the horrors of World War II.
Performers , (Sally Bowles) Amy Nuttall , (Emcee) Alistair McGowan , (Fraulein Schneider) Angela Richards , (Clifford Bradshaw) Michael Hayden , (Herr Schultz) Barry James , (Fraulein Kost) Harriet Thorpe , (Ernst Ludwig) Andrew Maud , (Victor) Christopher Akrill , (Fritzie) Rebecca Bainbridge , (Wolf) Alastair Brookshaw , (Hamburg Helmut) Sean Hackett , (Rosie) Emily Holt , (Lulu) Carrie Sutton , (Helga) Alexandra James , (Hans) Tam Ward , (Rudy) Benny Maslov , (Bobby) Jason Rowe , (Frenchie) Amelie Munier . (Texas) Charlotte Broom Book by . Joe Masteroff Music . John Kander Lyrics . Fred Ebb Producer . Bill Kenwright Director . Rufus Norris Design . Katrina Lindsay Choreographer . Javier De Frutos Musical Director . David Steadman Lighting . Jean Kalman Sound . Ben Harrison
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