Classic “Cabaret” at Cohoes Music Hall Well Worth Seeing

Cabaret @ Cohoes Music Hall (photo by John Esford)

Cabaret @ Cohoes Music Hall (photo by John Esford)

When John Kander and Fred Ebb wrote “Cabaret,” they of course hoped it would be a success on Broadway. Its success exceeded all expectations, especially with the release of the film starring Liza Minelli and Joel Grey. The songs are classic. Who doesn’t know at least some of the words to “Willkommen” which starts and ends the show.

Playing from April 7-17, 2011 on the stage of the Cohoes, New York Music Hall, directed by Jim Charles, there is only one more weekend to catch this classic, and with a fresh, young cast, we highly recommend it as one of our top picks. Performances are this Thursday to Saturday at 8:00 and on the weekend, there are two matinees, Saturday and Sunday at 3:00. Tickets are $25-35 and available by calling the box office at 518.237.5858 or visiting

The Story

An aspiring writer named Cliff Bradshaw has traveled to Berlin in search of inspiration when happens upon Sally Bowles at a cabaret called the Kit Kat Klub…

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