In the pre-Nazi Germany of the 1930s, decadence is rampant. The raucous entertainment of the seamy Kit Kat Club reflects the lives of those drifters that frequent and perform on its stage. From the enigmatic Emcee, to the wounded Sally Bowles, to a mature couple dealing with the difficulties of the prevalent antisemitism that flourishes around them, these familiar characters will reignite the sense of despair and danger so commonly found in fascist regimes. All balanced with the unforgettable songs of Kander and Ebb, this is a look at history that you can’t afford to miss. Come to the Cabaret!