CABARET Runs Feb. 14-24

NKU_Cabaret logoCABARET
Northern Kentucky University
Feb. 14-24
Corbett Theatre [Highland Heights]

Directed by Brian Robertson

Cast: Alex Bellocq as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Herman, Meg Carlson as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Texas, Arianna Catalano as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Helga, Haley Gillman as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Kost, Faustina Gorham as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Emcee, Sarah Hack as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Schneider, Jake Hunter as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Victor, Je’Shaun Jackson as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Bobby, Sam Johnson as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Ernst, Sidney Kline as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Rosie, Blair Lamb as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Lulu, Ashley Martin as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Fritzie, Eleanor Morris as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Frenchie, Matthew Nassida as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Schultz, Makenzie Ruff as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Sally, Alex Slade as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Max, Aaron Marshall as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Hans & Mattison Sullivan as Kit Kat Klub Dancer & Cliff

CABARET turns pre-war Berlin of 1931 into a sexually charged haven of decadence. At the seedy Kit Kat Klub, a young American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, wanders into the club overseen by a garish and flamboyant Master of Ceremonies. He meets Sally Bowles, a talented cabaret performer who holds her admirers at a distance, unwilling to develop genuinely deep emotions. Living in a morally ambiguous void of desperate anxiety, they are determined to keep up appearances as the real world prepares for war. CABARET is a finely-tuned combination of drama and entertainment, resulting in one of the most substantial musicals ever made.

CONTENT ADVISORY: CABARET contains mature language and subject matter.

CABARET turns pre-war Berlin of 1931 into a sexually charged haven of decadence. At the seedy Kit Kat Klub, a young American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, wanders into the club overseen by a garish and flamboyant Master of Ceremonies. He meets Sally Bowles, a talented cabaret performer who holds her admirers at a distance, unwilling to develop genuinely deep emotions. Living in a morally ambiguous void of desperate anxiety, they are determined to keep up appearances as the real world prepares for war. CABARET is a finely-tuned combination of drama and entertainment, resulting in one of the most substantial musicals ever made.

CONTENT ADVISORY: CABARET contains mature language and subject matter.

CABARET turns pre-war Berlin of 1931 into a sexually charged haven of decadence. At the seedy Kit Kat Klub, a young American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, wanders into the club overseen by a garish and flamboyant Master of Ceremonies. He meets Sally Bowles, a talented cabaret performer who holds her admirers at a distance, unwilling to develop genuinely deep emotions. Living in a morally ambiguous void of desperate anxiety, they are determined to keep up appearances as the real world prepares for war. CABARET is a finely-tuned combination of drama and entertainment, resulting in one of the most substantial musicals ever made. CONTENT ADVISORY: CABARET contains mature language and subject matter.

  • Thu-Sat, Feb. 14-16 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, Feb. 17 at 2pm
  • Wed-Sat, Feb. 20-23 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, Feb. 24 at 2pm

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