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The New American Shakespeare Tavern1
Average Rating Given : 5.00000
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Cabaret, by John Kander and Fred Ebb
That Old Shakespearean Rag
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
5.0
We saw Cabaret at the Shakespeare Tavern Sunday night and were moved beyond prior performances in movies or on other stages, including Broadway. The intimacy of the Shakespeare Tavern brought us into the Kit Kat Club and made us implicated in all that happened. The music, acting, and conversation afterwards with actors, musicians, and directors made the evening something to relish and learn from all summer long. The production is something that I will be bringing back to my history classes next year, and remains a burnish of awareness of our current political, social, and personal challenge to be responsible and kind. An amazing and powerful night of story-telling, music, theatre, and awakening, or, in other words, just the sort of theatre Shakespeare created in similarly changing and personally challenging times.

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