Presenting 'Cabaret'

Carrie Gates | Nov. 12, 2013 | Notre Dame News


Cabaret,” winner of the 1967 Tony Award for best musical, is coming to the University of Notre Dame Wednesday-Sunday (Nov. 13-17).

Known for its outstanding music, edgy themes and underlying social issues, the show will be the first full-scale musical the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre (FTT) has produced in more than 20 years, said Associate Professor Kevin Dreyer.

More than 100 students will be involved as cast and crew in the show — about four times the number of students needed for a non-musical production.

To bring the notorious Kit Kat Klub in “Cabaret” to life, FTT is partnering with the Department of Music and PEMCo, the largest student-run musical theater company on campus.

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Buy tickets at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center website

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