‘Cabaret' enters its final weekend

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:14

    MIDDLETOWN-SummerStar Theatre is moving into its final weekend of pefomances of Cabaret at the intimate and air-conditioned Orange Hall Theatre. Set in 1930's Berlin against the rising tide of national socialism, Cabaret tells the story of the seedy goings on at the legendary Kit Kat Klub. Cabaret is directed by SummerStar's own Max Schaefer. The six piece Kit Kat Klub Orchestra of all "women" is led by Musical Director Joel Flowers. Lori Crescenzo is the choreographer. John Michel stylishly recreated the costumes reminiscent of the 1930's. The role of The Master of Ceremonies is played by Nick Butler. The role of Sally Bowles is played by Jill Carroll. Cliff is portrayed by Kevin McNaughton. Fraulein Schneider is played by Sheila Glenn and Herr Schultz is played by Sal Polichetti. Other featured actors include Hannah Blair Haskell, Kevin Mc Donnell, Allison Hightower, Erin Young, Stefanie Pearl, Phil Duss, Dan Pivovar, Julie Bayne, Hasan Gray, Elyse Gonzalez, Kyle Griffiths, William Schwartz, Brian Henneberry, Michael Papp and Jackie Dion. Tickets for Cabaret are $15 general admission, and $10 for senior citizens/students. Tickets are free for children ages 6-14 when accompanied by a paying general admission adult (does not apply to seniors/students tickets). Performances for Cabaret are July 23, 24 at 8 p.m. and July 25 at 3 p.m. For more information about SummerStar's season, call 341-4789.