Venue Details

1 Star Starred
Larkspur Cafe Theatre/ American Legion Hall Post 313
Located at the American Legion Hall Post 313 500 Magnolia Ave. Larkspur, CA 94939
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Reviews & Ratings

36 ratings
4.3 average rating
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16 events
8 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 11 2012

Good show. Talented performers, and the music and the drama and story are so good. Very engaging. A very satisfying evening. [note that online there is indication of food available, but this is limited to wine and coffee and cookies and chips]

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12 events
5 reviews
3 stars
attended Mar 16 2012

Surprisingly professional cast and production. Thoroughly enjoyable!

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5 events
4 reviews
11 stars
attended Mar 18 2012

The show was very good. Lots of good singing and dancing.
First act is a little too long.

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A divinely decadent experience! Independent Cabaret Productions and Shakespeare at Stinson will present a startling rendition of Tony-award-winning musical Cabaret, directed by Hector Correa. In the Larkspur Cafe Theatre, the production will use an intimate space much like what Christopher Isherwood, author of the memoir upon which _Cabaret _was based, saw in pre-World-War-II Berlin. The audience won’t just be watching a show; they’ll be experiencing the dark, decadent world of Weimar Germany, a strange locale on the border of drama and burlesque, a place on the edge of civilization … and of humanity itself. Food and refreshments are available, so pull up a seat at a cabaret table and enjoy the show! Our old friends Sally, Cliff, and the Emcee will all be there. Hopefully you will be too!

<em>Irving Berlin's White Christmas</em> Disney's <em>The Lion King</em> Sarah Silverman <em>Beach Blanket Babylon</em> <em>A Christmas Carol</em> WinterFest at California's Great America Gladys Knight & The San Francisco Symphony Rodgers & Hammerstein's <em>The King and I</em> San Francisco Ballet's <em>Nutcracker</em> <em>A Christmas Carol</em>