Come to the Cabaret, Old Chum!

Turner & Adler Productions presents the beautifully dark "Cabaret" on stage at Centre 64 in Kimberley, running November 8-12.

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Turner & Adler Productions is proud to present the beautifully dark “Cabaret” on stage at Centre 64 in Kimberley, running November 8-12.

“Cabaret” is set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power. Based in the nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, the story revolves around a young American writer and his relationship with an English cabaret performer; and a doomed romance between a German boarding house owner and her elderly Jewish suitor. Overseeing the action is the Master of Ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub.

Since its opening on Broadway in 1966, “Cabaret” has had seven revivals winning a dozen Tony Awards over the years, and was made into a movie starring Liza Minelli and Joel Grey in 1972. This musical is full of recognizable songs, fun and risque choreography, and a dramatic plot that will take you to all levels of human emotions.

With a cast of 17 people, audiences will get to see familiar faces as well as new, incredibly talented singers, dancers and actors. There will be wine available by donation during intermission with all profits from that going towards the new Kimberley Veterans Memorial Park across from City Hall.

“Cabaret” runs November 8-12 at Centre 64 in Kimberley with curtain time at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and on sale in Kimberley at the Snowdrift Cafe in the Kimberley Platzl (250-427-2001) and in Cranbrook at Lotus Books (250-426-3415). Email for more information to turnerandadler@gmail.com.

Thank you to our community and sponsors for supporting live theatre!

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