Cabaret Studio 54 NY Tickets
Based on a book by the same name, Cabaret is a musical that takes audiences to Berlin’s Kita Kat club, where you will see a cabaret singer’s performance. The musical is considered among the greatest shows of Broadway. It was a hit when it debuted on Broadway in 1966, and managed to receive much appreciation. In addition to that, the musical garnered several awards, including three Tony and one Drama Desk Award. The success of Cabaret led to the run of several productions in New York and London, which received equally positive response. Over the years, many talented actors have taken up the roles. Purchase Cabaret Studio 54 tickets today and be a part of the show.
Cabaret the musical that made its Broadway debut in 1966, is set at Berlin’s infamous club called, Kit Kat. The musical features a cabaret performer named Sally Bowles, who sings against Nazi’s power and falls for an American writer. The musical is now coming to Studio 54 for a number of shows, starting April 22nd, 2014. The venue happens to be the residency of Cabaret’s production company, Roundabout Theatre Company. With your Cabaret Studio 54 tickets you will get to watch this famous show in your city.
The latest revival of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Cabaret is a star-studded affair, featuring stars like Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams. Other performing artists include, Linda Emond and Gayle Rankin. Under the direction of Sam Mendes, the production has received great acclaim in the past and is heralded as one of the greatest productions of Broadway. He is once again directing the production that is to be held soon.
The musical takes its basis from a book with the same name, written by Christopher Isherwood. The music was composed by John Kander and Fred Ebb provided the lyrics. Cabaret’s 1966 production became a hit and led to numerous following productions within New York and London. In addition to that, a feature film with the same title was also made in 1972. Fans will get to hear hit songs like “Cabaret”, “Maybe This Time” and "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" at the show as well. So, if you don’t want to miss it, you should book your tickets in advance.