Director Patrick Ciamacco unpacks everything “Cabaret” has to offer, taking us on an entertaining, albeit unsettling journey. The misstep is the show’s ending, which suffers from a case of shock value, overshadowing the message. This is not the familiar ending from the US revival but aligns with the London revival, and in this space goes too far. If this were the preferred ending, it should not have been followed up with an upbeat curtain call, which seemed jarringly out of place.
To see a full review of this show, read Sheri Gross' review here.
Tired of the strain of the holidays with all of its rushing around? Take a much needed break at The Kit Kat Club where you can unwind and forget about life for awhile. This cautionary tale about life in 1930s Germany during the rise of fascism is at once entertaining and enlightening. Right this way, your table’s waiting.
To see a full review of this show, read Mark Horning's Review here.