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 David M Hawkins in association with Hayes Theatre Co presents Cabaret Hayes 500x500 H1

Cabaret

Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Producer David M. Hawkins
Director Nicholas Christo
Choreographer Kelley Abbey
Musical Director Lindsay Partridge
Production Designer James Browne
Lighting Designer Rob Sowinski

Starring Paul Capsis, Chelsea Gibb, Marcus Graham, Kate Fitzpatrick, John O'May, Debora Krizak, Jason Kos, Michelle Barr, Nick Jones, Matthew Manahan, Michelle Smitheram

CABARET’s famed ‘Kit Kat Klub’ is returning to Sydney for a strictly limited season! A new Australian revival of one of the world’s most beloved musicals, experience the decadence of CABARET at Hayes Theatre Co from 9 January 2017.

Starring the mesmerising Paul Capsis as Emcee; the leading lady of musical theatre Chelsea Gibb as Sally Bowles and the incredible Marcus Graham as Ernst Ludwig, CABARET’s much loved songs and piercing message will ensure a wonderful and meaningful night out at the theatre.

With the brilliant Kate Fitzpatrick as Fräulein Schneider, the eminent John O’May as Herr Schultz and the popular Debora Krizak as Fräulein Kost, the talented cast also includes Jason Kos as Clifford Bradshaw, Michelle Barr as Fritzi, Nick Jones as Victor, Matthew Manahan as Gottfried and Michelle Smitheram as Helga.

Winner of 12 Tony Awards, 8 Academy Awards and 7 BAFTA’s, CABARET wows audiences and critics alike time and time again. Fifty years ago the original Broadway production made a household name of Joel Grey while just two years later an unassuming Judi Dench stole the show on London’s West End. Arguably the most iconic movie musical of all time, renowned director Bob Fosse made Liza Minnelli a silver screen star.

Based on The Berlin Stories by renowned author Christopher Isherwood, CABARET celebrates the sexual freedom and social liberation of 1930s Berlin. CABARET, adapted into musical form by Kander and Ebb, became Isherwood’s semi-biographical portrait of life on the edge.

9 January 2017 - 5 March 2017

Performances: 
Tuesdays - Saturdays 7.30pm | Wednesdays 1.00pm | Saturdays 2.00pm | Sundays 3.00pm

Running time: Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes incl. interval

This production contains a small amount of partial nudity.