Every night, in a dingy club on the streets of Berlin, the artists of the Kit Kat Club risk their lives to satirize the Third Reich. Sexy, subversive and unabashedly proud, Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret continues to serve as a testament to the power of art in the face of troubling times. Join Patrick Scott-Wilson, co-founder and artistic director of Sacrifice Cliff Theatre Co., for a pre-show exploration of Berlin’s underground club scene and the real-life artists who sacrificed everything to speak truth to power.
This House of Books is excited about the first of our events that offer you a chance to deepen your enjoyment of a production at the Alberta Bair Theater. This pre-show exploration is scheduled to wrap up in time so you can take your seat in the theater across the street before curtain call.
CABARET contains adult content and is recommended for ages 13 and up. Patrick's talk is suitable for everybody.