Because of global actions to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic Scarborough Music Theatre has made the difficult decision to postpone our May production of CABARET.
The show will be moved to the February slot in our 2020/21 season, replacing A Man of No Importance.
Renewing subscribers will automatically have their 2020/2021 subscription price reduced to account for the Cabaret tickets that were purchased as part of the current season. Single ticket holders will be contacted by the box office to determine whether they would like a refund, the option to postpone their tickets until next season, or to have their ticket price converted to a donation.
While the spirit of theatre is that the show must go on, the health and safety of our patrons, cast, crew, and volunteers is of paramount importance and so the show will only go on when we can all safely come together again.
In a Berlin nightclub where everything is beautiful no matter what is happening outside, an idealistic American writer and a jaded British cabaret singer fall in love against a political backdrop that forces them to choose between their fantasy and grim reality.
Recommended for age 14 and up.
Strong language and mature content.
Presented by arrangement with Tams-Witmark
Regular Tickets - $30
Senior & Student Tickets - $27
Group Rate Ticket - $25
New Preview Performance: February 4, 2021
New Regular Performances: February 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18 and 19, 2021
New Matinee Performances: February 7, 14, 20, 2021
Cory Doran - Director
James Quigley - Music Director
Sabrina Hooper - Choreographer
Ndola Hutton - Stage Manager
Shannon Cottrell - Producer
Sheri Kowalski - Producer
Dot Routledge - Executive Producer
Tom Knight - Assistant Producer
Kathleen McDowell - Assistant Producer
Tara Wachter as Sally Bowles
Holm Bradwell as Cliff Bradshaw
Jill McMillan as the Emcee
Tamara Stokoe-Said as Fraulein Schneider
Clive Lacey as Herr Schultz
Dan MacEachern as Ernst Ludwig
Katie Wise as Fraulein Kost
Emily Brown as Fritzie
Emily Bozik as Rosie
Mikaela Cordero as Patron
Dave Doucette as Victor
Jenna Edwards as Texas
Colleen Glenn as Helga
Tanner Homonko as Hans
Jeff Hookings as Bobby
Robyn Hughes as Herman
Ahbra Mink as Patron
Michael Park as Patron
Caroline Rowe as Frenchie
Mike Scott as Patron
Allie Weintraub as Lulu
David Buffham - Lighting Designer
Bill Corcoran - Set Designer
Chris Warmerdam - Master Carpenter
Todd Davies - Properties Designer
Alex Amini - Costume Designer
Meghan Clavel - Make-up Designer
Chris White - Hair Designer
Angelique Marius - Assistant Stage Manager
Mike Scott - Silks and Arial Coordinator