Music by John Kander
Book by Joe Masteroff
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Based on ‘I am a Camera” by John Van Druten

Sponsored by CrimeStoppers; Gene and Carol Katz; Dorothy O. Kirsch; Friends of Facing History and OurselvesArt and Nancy Graesser

May 3 – May 26

Playhouse on the Square

It’s the early 1930s in Berlin, and life is changing. On the horizon is an ugly and dangerous threat, but that’s no concern for sensational Kit Kat Klub cabaret singer Sally Bowles whose only goal in life is to have a good time. Sally soon finds herself living with a young writer, Cliff Bradshaw, visiting from America to work on a new novel. As the Nazis begin taking control of the German government, the atmosphere of the Kit Kat Klub and the lives of Cliff and Sally begin to change dramatically.

Adult Situations and Adult Language


Ernst – Colten Baker
Sally Bowles – Whitney Branan
Herr Schultz – Curtis C Jackson
Fraulein Schneider – Rebecca Johnson
Emcee – Nathan McHenry
Fraulein Kost – Kim Sanders
Max – Brent Strauss
Cliff – Donald Sutton

Hayden Brown
Brittany Church
Cameron Crawford
Kristin Doty
Ryan Duda
Taurus Hines
Kelly McCarty
Daniel Nelson
Talen Piner
Michaela Tramuta
Joshua Vega
Noelia Warnette-Jones
Zac Whitenack
Kelsee Woods


Directed by Dave Landis
Choreographed by Travis Bradley
Production Stage Manager – Morgan Corlew
Assistant Stage Manager – Abby Teel
Technical Director/Production Manager – Phillip Hughen
Scenic Designer – Mark Guirguis
Costume Designer – Kathie Kovarik
Lighting Designer – Justin Gibson
Sound Designer – Carter McHann
Properties Designer – Brandyn Nordlof