The Morning Call, Tuesday, May 3, 2005
Arts writer Myra Yelling Outwater calls the version of "Cabaret," the musical about life in a seedy nightclub in Berlin, prior to World War II, presented by Act 1's Dennis Razze a winner. She describes it as a "gentle and insightful drama of lost and hopeless loves that reveals a tragic humanity that is touching and gripping" and claims it s the first time she has been affected by the musical's humanity. According to Outwater, Matt Breiner, as American Cliff Bradhshaw, and Kim Carson, as lady-of-the-night Fraulein Kost, give one of their best performances ever. Marnie Schulenburg plays Sally Bowles with "a perky panache" and is "lovely, animated and peppy." Sarah Marie Polk, with her rich voice, plays Fraulein Schneider and performs some of the highlights of the show. Set design, choreography, and orchestrations get high marks. "Cabaret" runs through Saturday.
Press Release: DeSales' "Cabaret" hits to the core | Posted on: 5/3/2005
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