This is a past event.
When: March 27-April 21 2013
Price: $15-$50

Obie winner Taylor Mac (The Young Ladies of...) takes on the role of the Master of Ceremonies of the Kit Kat Klub in this production of the Kander and Ebb classic, and Mac's gender-bending style is an excellent fit for the kinky, menacing role. It's Berlin in the 1930s, and a young man finds himself involved with cabaret singer Sally Bowles as people start to get more involved with this thing called "Nazism." —Zack Smith

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