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Cabaret, by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Incredible show
Monday, June 18, 2007
5.0
I went to see Cabaret 2 weeks ago, i loved the show so much i went back last Saturday and took some friends with me so they could see it soo. They also loved it. This is an amazingly talented cast. The Kit Kat girls are full of energy and fun. Jeff McKerley is fantastic, he makes you feel like, he's your friend and he's carrying you thru the story, i can't imagine anyone more perfect for this role. I love watching him. Ellen McQueen is amazing as well, she makes you feel every moment as Jeff does. Her face is so expressive, and check her out in the band with the garters and cigar, WOW!! Awesome transformation. Mark Schroeder always impresses me, he is so versatile, and talented. I love watching him and working with him. All i can say is if you havent seen this show, GO SEE IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! Its worth every penny.

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