Muziek(theater)

Cabaret

The Queen’s English Theatre Company
Tickets for this show exclusively sold at Qetc.nl.
Muziek(theater)

Cabaret

The Queen’s English Theatre Company

QETC presents Cabaret - the legendary musical by Kander and Ebb

Tickets for this show exclusively sold at Qetc.nl.

Cabaret is the show that changed musical theatre forever. Set in pre-World War II Berlin against the backdrop of the rise of fascism, it is an unforgettable tale of decadence, self-discovery and romance.

With songs like Wilkommen, Money, Tomorrow Belongs to Me and the eponymous Cabaret, QETC's witty production is packed with satirical lyrics and heartstopping performances, and promises to be the highlight of QETC’s 20th anniversary season!

QETC's uniquely queer production takes inspiration from the original Berlin books by Christopher Isherwood. As a young gay writer he finally found the sexual liberation he was denied in Great Britain. His observations led to the creation of extraordinary characters such as Sally Bowles.

From the poignant friendship of Sally and Cliff, to the racy interactions with the Emcee and the audience and the debauchery of the famous Kit Kat Club, Cabaret evokes the spirit of the age, and promises to entertain and shock audiences in equal measure.

CAST
Cliff – Padraig Turley
Emcee – Jelle Haen
Sally Bowles – Emilia Moscovich
Frl. Schenieder - Mimi van Amerongen
Schultz - Rolf van Drijsbergen
Ernst Ludwig - Tony Sal
And featuring Niki Today as Frl. Kost

ENSEMBLE
Camille Gribbons (and alternate EMCEE), Sophie de Bruijn, Vicu Bazan Szelest, Jessica Mattheson, Andrea Sujkowski, Luca Diez, Luan Machado, Alberto Manente, Matthew Schwarz

Director - Mark Winstanley
Musical Director – Lori Evans
Choreography – Alfredo Fernandez
Design - Alison Bass
Lighting Design - John Ricker/Evan Morris
Sound design – Kat Kask
Artistic Consultant – Loveday Smith

Book by Joe Masteroff, Lyrics by Fred Ebb and Music by John Kander.
Based on the stories of Christopher Isherwood and play by John van Druten, Cabaret is presented by kind permission of Concord Theatricals, New York – concordtheatricals.com