It is late February, 1933. On a Berlin side street, a small Kabarett opens its doors. The theater features a program of songs borrowed from artists of the day, and skits and satires written fresh for the occasion.
Act I: 60 minutes; Act II: 50 minutes
There will be a 10 minute intermission between Acts I and II.
Claire-Marine Sarner '10 (in back) shows the crowd that Jon Feyer '09 (center) as "Kurt Werner, the Master of Ceremonies," has some interesting things to reveal under his tuxedo shirt while Brandon Lowden '09 (left) as Max Tod, "the Guitarist," and Fletcher Heisler '10 as "Michael Mehring, the Pianist," look on in surprise at a lovely red women's top.
Photo by George Vogel.