“Cabaret” at Brook Arts Center Community Players

Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Book by Joe Masteroff

The hit musical classic featuring a legendary score by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Set in Berlin at the beginning of the rise of the Third Reich, Cabaret follows the story of Sally Bowles, a wild-hearted English cabaret performer, and her torrid love affair with American writer Clifford Bradshaw. Much of the story unfolds through song and dance in the divinely decadent Kit Kat Club. As thought provoking as it is entertaining, Cabaret offers a penetrating gaze at a troubled era. Musical numbers include “Willkommen”, “Cabaret”, “Don't Tell Mama” and “Two Ladies.” .

Performed by Brook Arts Center Community Players
At Brook Arts Center
Performances ran
Friday, January 27, 2023 thru Sunday, February 5, 2023
Clifford Bradshaw.... Benjamin Menahem
Ernst Ludwig.... Deke Stoklosa
Fraulein Kost.... Crystal Ann Little
Fraulein Schneider.... Kristie Mcclain
Herr Schultz.... Howard Smith
Kit Kat Boy (Bobby).... Tyron Howard
Kit Kat Boy (Hans).... Jade Scharnikow
Kit Kat Boy (Herman).... Bradford Lindsey
Kit Kat Boy (Victor).... Brian Dennis
Kit Kat Girl (Frenchie).... Asher Allen
Kit Kat Girl (Fritzie).... Fola Walker
Kit Kat Girl (Helga).... Kerri Mcneill
Kit Kat Girl (Lulu).... Kacie Broadfield
Kit Kat Girl (Rosie).... Juliana Martino
Kit Kat Girl (Texas).... Jaclyn Lenox
Sally Bowles.... Katie Toledo
The Boy.... Wyatt Botsko-Bridge
The Emcee.... TJ Mcneill
Ensemble.... Rose Arriaga
Ensemble.... Jimena Torres
Directed by Thomas Mcneill
Choreography by Alessandra Valea
Produced by Andrew S. Golden
Produced by Christopher J. Guell Has photo
Scenic Design by Bob Nutter
Costume Design by Jennifer Dowd
Costume Design by Joann Falkenstein
Lighting Design by Bob Seeselberg
Sound Design by Jaycob Golden
Hair Design by Don Olah
Stage Managed by Dida Montalvo
Assistant Stage Managed by Elaina Misciagna
Musical Direction by David F. Shirley
Scenic Art by Yvonne Mikalopas
Properties by Bradford Lindsey

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Note: These recording are not of the productions list here, but of Broadway or Hollywood versions.