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12 Star Starred
The Grange Performing Arts Center
3823 V Street Sacramento, CA 95817
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17 ratings
4.8 average rating
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6 events
5 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 11 2012

This is what I wrote on Facebook about this show:

We went to the opening night showing here in Sacramento of an old but great musical "CABARET" at The Grange Performing Arts Center at 38th and V Streets. My expectations were not too high...continued

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 10 2012

I have to admit we had low expectations ($10 tickets and a venue and theater company we weren't familiar with)BUT this really exceeded all of our concerns. The cast was a nice mix of experience, and the orchestra was amazing. The Emcee was...continued

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28 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 10 2012

I bought tickets because I like the show (especially the tunes) and the fact that they were utilizing a live orchestra. The bar was low - but, man, did this performance blow my socks off. Such energy and talent--across the board, but especially...continued

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In 1930 Christopher Isherwood, a young British writer, traveled to Berlin. It was city at the forefront of modernization and was rife with turmoil. Cabaret, based on Isherwood’s novel Goodbye to Berlin, is an exciting and tragically beautiful musical set against the economic crisis, political unrest, and a wild, hedonistic nightlife of Weimar Berlin. Set against the Nazi rise to power, it focuses on patrons and performers at the seedy Kit Kat Klub and revolves around the 19-year-old English cabaret performer Sally Bowles and her relationship with the young American writer Cliff Bradshaw. 

The 1966 Broadway production became a hit: 8 Tony Awards (Best Musical, Composer and Lyricist, Director, Choreographer, Scenic Design, Costume Design, Supporting or Featured Actor and Supporting or Featured Actress) The Outer Critics Circle Award for Production, and The New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. It spawned a 1972 film starring Liza Minnelli as well as numerous subsequent productions

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