March 7-24 at CTC
book: JOE MASTEROFF / music: JOHN KANDER / lyrics: FRED EBB
director SETH LIEBER / music director JOHN AUSTIN CLARK*
ELIZABETH H. & JAMES R. VOYLES
and LOUISVILLE PUBLIC MEDIA
“There was a cabaret, and there was a master of ceremonies, and there was a city called Berlin, in a country called Germany, and it was the end of the world.” The Weimar Republic’s liberties and libertines are whipped away by the rising storm of fascism in this groundbreaking, heartbreaking musical that’s as shocking as it is familiar.
Featuring CTC’s Professional Company-In-Residence (an AMAZING cast):
Neill Robertson*, Jon Patrick O’Brien*, Hallie Dizdarevic*, Jennifer Pennington,
Mera Kathryn Corlett, Tim Mathistad, Annie Givan Smith
+ accomplished actors from the Walden Theatre Conservatory!
*denotes Walden Theatre Conservatory Alumni
Thursday, Mar. 7th – 7:30pm
Friday, Mar. 8th – 7:30pm
Saturday, Mar. 9th -7:30pm
Sunday, Mar. 10th – 4:00pm
Thursday, Mar. 14th – 7:30pm
Friday, Mar. 15th – 7:30pm
Saturday, Mar. 16th -7:30pm
Sunday, Mar. 17th – 4:00pm
Thursday, Mar. 21sh – 7:30pm
Friday, Mar. 22nd – 7:30pm
Saturday, Mar. 23rd -7:30pm
Sunday, Mar. 24th – 4:00pm
Performed at Commonwealth Theatre Center
on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage
1123 Payne Street, Louisville, KY 40204
Ticket prices are the same online or in person at the door. Evening shows are $22 for adults and $17 for students and seniors. Guaranteed Premium Seating $32 per person. Premium Seating is at a cabaret style table – two seats at each table. House opens 30 minutes before curtain and seating is general admission. If more than two in your party please email box office at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve adjacent tables.
For sold out shows, reserved tickets will be released to those on standby five minutes before the show starts.
Box office opens 1 hour before curtain, with house opening 30 minutes before curtain. Parking is on-street (parallel, no meters) or in the lot at the rear of the theatre.