MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 20, 1966
Closing Date
Sep 06, 1969
1st Preview
Nov 02, 1966
1st Preview
Nov 02, 1966
Previews
21
Performances
1,165
MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Broadhurst Theatre
(Nov 20, 1966 - Mar 04, 1967)
Imperial Theatre
(Mar 07, 1967 - Oct 02, 1968)
Broadway Theatre
(Oct 07, 1968 - Sep 06, 1969)

Setting
Berlin, Germany. 1929-30. Before the start of the Third Reich.

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Harold Prince; Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell
Book by Joe Masteroff; Based on the play "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten; Based on stories by Christopher Isherwood; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Musical Director: Harold Hastings; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Dance arrangements by David Baker
Directed by Harold Prince; Choreographed by Ronald Field
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Jean Rosenthal; Assistant Lighting Design: William H. Batchelder; Hair Design by D. Rusty Bonaccorso
General Manager: Carl Fisher; Company Manager: Warren O'Hara
Production Stage Manager: Ruth Mitchell; Assistant Stage Mgr: Nicholas Rinaldi; Stage Manager: James Bronson
Kit Kat Band: Maryann Burns, Janice Mink, Nancy Powers and Viola Smith; Original Cast Album on Columbia Records; Copyist Supervisor: Mathilde Pincus
Assistant to Mr. Aronson: Jay Moore
Press Representative: Mary Bryant and Ellen Levene; Casting: Shirley Rich; Dance Captain: Bruce Becker; Advertising: Ingram Ash; Secretary to Mr. Prince: Annette Brafman Meyers
Clifford Bradshaw
Herr Schultz
Sally Bowles
Fraulein Schneider
Master of Ceremonies
Fraulein Kost
Ernst Ludwig
Bobby
Kit Kat Boy
Frenchie
Kit Kat Girl
Bartender
German Sailor
German Sailor
Maitre D'
German Sailor
Texas
Kit Kat Girl
One of "Two Ladies"
Herr Erdmann
Maria
Kit Kat Girl
Custom Official
Telephone Girl
Frau Wendel
Frau Kruger
Victor
Kit Kat Boy
Herr Wendel
German Sailor
One of "Two Ladies"
Fritzie
Kit Kat Girl
Felix
Rosie
Kit Kat Girl
Lulu
Kit Kat Girl
Standby: Penny Fuller (Sally Bowles)
Understudies: Sol Frieder (Herr Schultz), John Herbert (Ernst Ludwig), Mara Landi (Fraulein Kost), Bert Michaels (Master of Ceremonies), Peg Murray (Fraulein Schneider), Jayme Mylroie (Sally Bowles) and Edward Winter (Clifford Bradshaw)

Broadhurst Theatre (Nov 20, 1966 - Mar 04, 1967)

Dance Captain: Steven Boockvor

Cast

Sally Bowles
Lulu
Kit Kat Girl
Fraulein Schneider
Rosie
Kit Kat Girl
Standby: Jill Haworth (Sally Bowles)
Understudy: Carol Perea (Kit Kat Girl)

Imperial Theatre (Mar 07, 1967 - Oct 02, 1968)

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Assistant Stage Mgr: Ed Aldridge
Dance Captain: Steven Boockvor; Assistant Press Representative: Leslie Coven

Cast

Rosie
Kit Kat Girl
Lulu
Kit Kat Girl
German Sailor
Clifford Bradshaw
Jul 31, 1968 - ?
Fraulein Schneider
Jun 10, 1968 - ?
Penny Fuller
During vacation
Sally Bowles
German Sailor
Clifford Bradshaw
Aug 26, 1968 - ?
Mara Landi
During vacation
Fraulein Kost
Fraulein Schneider
Mar 06, 1967 - Mar 18, 1967
George Reinholt
Broadway debut
Ernst Ludwig
Master of Ceremonies
Herr Schultz
Jun 10, 1968 - ?
Standby: Anita Gillette (Sally Bowles)
Understudy: George Reinholt (Clifford Bradshaw)

Broadway Theatre (Oct 07, 1968 - Sep 06, 1969)

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Musical Director: Michael Forman
Stage Manager: Ed Aldridge; Assistant Stage Mgr: Tom Stone
Dance Captain: Bonnie Walker; Press Representative: David Rothenberg

Cast

German Sailor
Felix
Frau Wendel
Sally Bowles
Jun 30, 1969 - ?
Victor
Kit Kat Boy
Fraulein Kost
Sally Bowles
Nov 04, 1968 - ?
Rosie
Kit Kat Girl
Sally Bowles
Jul 28, 1969 - ?
Clifford Bradshaw
Dec 09, 1968 - ?
Frenchie
Kit Kat Girl
German Sailor
German Sailor
Fritzie
Kit Kat Girl
Maria
Kit Kat Girl
Marlene
Hulda
Victor
Kit Kat Boy
Frau Wendel
Bartender
German Sailor
Hulda
Clifford Bradshaw
Bobby
Kit Kat Boy
Herr Schultz
One of "Two Ladies"
Fraulein Schneider
Jun 03, 1969 - ?
Frau Wendel
Standby: Despo (Fraulein Schneider) and Judy MacMurdo (Sally Bowles)
Understudies: Chevi Colton (Fraulein Kost) and Robert Scherkenbach (Master of Ceremonies)
music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb
Act 1
Sung By
Willkommen
Master of Ceremonies and Company
So What?
Fraulein Schneider
Don't Tell Mama
Sally Bowles and Girls
Telephone Song
The Company
Perfectly Marvelous
Clifford Bradshaw and Sally Bowles
Two Ladies
Master of Ceremonies and Two Ladies
It Couldn't Please Me More
Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz
Tomorrow Belongs to Me
Master of Ceremonies and Waiters
Why Should I Wake Up?
Clifford Bradshaw and Sally Bowles
The Money Song
Master of Ceremonies and Girls
Married
Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz
Meeskite
Herr Schultz
Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Reprise)
Fraulein Kost, Ernst Ludwig and Guests
Act 2
Sung By
If You Could See Her
Master of Ceremonies and Girls
Married (Reprise)
Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz
If You Could See Her (Reprise)
Master of Ceremonies and Bobby
What Would You Do?
Fraulein Schneider
Cabaret
Sally Bowles
Finale
Clifford Bradshaw, Sally Bowles, Fraulein Schneider, Herr Schultz, Master of Ceremonies and The Company

Tony Award®

Best Musical

1967 Winner
Book by Joe Masteroff
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Produced by Harold Prince; Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell

Best Composer and Lyricist

1967 Winner
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
 

Best Actor in a Musical

1967 Nominee
Jack Gilford
 

Best Actress in a Musical

1967 Nominee
Lotte Lenya

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1967 Winner
Joel Grey
 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

1967 Nominee
Edward Winter

Best Featured Actress in a Musical

1967 Winner
Peg Murray

Best Scenic Design

1967 Winner
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson

Best Costume Design

1967 Winner
Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt

Best Choreography

1967 Winner
Choreographed by Ronald Field

Best Direction of a Musical

1967 Winner
Directed by Harold Prince
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