- One ticket to Roundabout Theatre Company’s Cabaret
- When: through Sunday, November 9
- Where: Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54
- Full offer value includes facility fee; does not include internet service/phone fee of $6 per ticket
- Select seats and dates are available at a discounted price, others at full price
- Individual seat values may vary over time
- Click here to view the seating chart
- $99-125 for select orchestra and select front mezzanine ($137–172 value)
- $99-109 for mid mezzanine center ($137–147 value)
- $85 for mid mezzanine ($112–122 value)
- $65 for rear mezzanine ($77–87 value)
Tickets are available in a variety of seating sections for evening and matinee performances on both weekdays and weekends. The dates are the last chance to see Alan Cumming alongside Academy Award-nominee Michelle Williams.
It’s Berlin of the 1930s. Everyone there seems to believe that politics don’t affect them, and that the only worthy pursuit in life is entertainment. Cliff Bradshaw, a young American writer, arrives on this scene to find a charismatic emcee commanding his fleet of dancers and singers. One vocalist, the young Sally Bowles, catches his eye, and the two strike up a romance that extends from the club to the boarding house where they reside. Meanwhile, the political climate darkens, pulling in everyone from the boarding-house owner and her Jewish suitor to Cliff. Amid the upheaval, the Kit Kat Klub keeps pumping out song-and-dance numbers, because, as Sally reflects, “Life is a cabaret.”
Inspired by Christopher Isherwood’s short novel Goodbye to Berlin, Cabaret swept up eight Tony awards after bursting onto Broadway in 1966. Since then, it’s heated up the stage, screen, and stereo with songs such as “It Couldn’t Please Me More” and”Tomorrow Belongs To Me.” This revival strikes an especially historic note with the return of Alan Cumming as the scandalously-clad Emcee, the role that earned him his first Tony and his first Drama Desk Award.