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Cabaret, by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Cabaret Sparkles and Teaches
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
5.0
I'm not the night-club type. I figured I'd go to Cabaret because a friend of mine wanted to see it. I do admit to gasping a bit at the scanty costumes until I got caught up in the fun spirit of the outrageous Kit Kat Club. It was easy to like all the people in that club, so the horror of discovering that some of them were avid Nazis, came as a visceral shock. Yes, I'd read the playbill. Yes I knew what was to happen. But it still hit me at gut level. The story is superb. The entire ensemble of actors took me from laughter to heartache. My friend and I are going back to see it again in two weeks.

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