"CABARET" (Theater Department Fall MainStage Production)

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"CABARET" (Theater Department Fall MainStage Production)

Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s brilliant musical first produced on Broadway in 1966, is stunningly relevant in today’s political climate. Directed by Carol Dunne.

Thursday, November 9, 2017
8:00pm-10:00pm
Hopkins Center 114 Moore Theater
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Performances

CAROL DUNNE director
KEVIN SMITH, music director
KEITH COUGHLIN choreographer
MICHAEL GANIO scenic designer
LAURIE CHURBA costume designer
DAN KOTLOWITZ lighting designer
KYLE TOTH sound designer
MAYA FROST-BELANSKY ’20 stage manager

Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s brilliant musical first produced on Broadway in 1966, is stunningly relevant in today’s political climate. The show focuses on the loves and losses of a group of artists and performers who struggle to live in a world on the brink of fascism.

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Come to the Cabaret: Opening Night Reception

Please join us for a celebratory reception in the Top of the Hop following the show on Friday, November 3. Cash bar available, courtesy of the Top of the Hop Lobby Bar. This event is generously supported by the Hopkins Center and the Adams Family Fund for Theater.

Pre-Show Talk: Cabaret and the Sexual Politics of Weimar Republic Berlin

Join Veronika Fuechtner, chair of the German department, and Cabaret director and theater professor Carol Dunne for a conversation at 7pm on Saturday, November 4 in the Top of the Hop. Moderated by Laura Edmondson, chair of the theater department. Free and open to the public.

Post-Performance Discussion

You are invited to remain in the theater immediately following the performance on Friday, November 10th, for an informal discussion with the director, music director, and members of the cast.

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Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.