The Cabaret is a play that can also be termed safely as a musical. Its book has been authored by Joe Masteroff whereas cabaret musical paly lyrics have been given by Fred Ebb, and the musical composition has been given by John Kander. cabaret the broadway musical production made its debut in the mid of the sixties, 1966 to be precise and soon gained the status of a hit.
It was the base for the highly acclaimed film of the same name, six years later, and several subsequent productions to come in the future. It was initially titled as “Welcome to Berlin” and had been based on the famous John Van Druten's play titled “I Am a Camera”. “I am a camera” was also an adaptation of the novel of the same name “Goodbye to Berlin” that had been authored by Christopher Isherwood. The story of the novel has been set in the late twenties and the early thirties regarding the eve in Berlin when the Nazis' gained power. Further still it focuses much on the nightlife at a small, seedy club named the “Kit Kat Klub” and the teenage English cabaret performer named Sally Bowles. It also focuses on her relationship with a young American author named Cliff Bradshaw.
The story of cabaret the chicago revolves around the hopeless romance between the German boarding house owner named Frulein Schneider and her elderly suitor named Herr Schultz, who is a Jewish fruit vendor. Other than that there is also the character of “Emcee’, who presides as the master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub and also fulfills the role of the regular symbol for the existing state of the society in Germany all through the show. In the very first recording of Cabaret, the entire original album was included, which featured the songs "Sitting Pretty"/"The Money Song". Later they were edited and several of them were cut with the purpose of saving the disk space. One such song is the "Telephone song" that has been taken at a fast tempo. After the album had been released on the compact disc, Kander and Ebb's voices and the piano recording of their songs that had been initially cut from the musical, were added as a surprise bonus material for the audience and the listeners. Amongst all their other recordings the 1972 film soundtrack that features Liza Minnelli is probably the most famous of all the recordings. Other than that since the film has been re-written, it eliminates all of its original songs.
The original London cast recording had made its debut in the year 1968, when it had been released in the United Kingdom. The first and the second Broadway revivals had taken place in the years 1986 and 1998 respectively. In the year 1999 they released a two-CD studio recording that contained almost all the musical tracks and also the songs that had been written for the original movie and also for the later productions.we have the cabaret discount tickets,cabaret theatre tickets, cabaret musical play tickets.