Previews: April 21 & 22
Press Opening: April 24 at 7:00pm
Performances: April 26-29, May 3-6
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 7:30pm
Industry Night: May 1 at 7:00pm
Venue: Berger Park Coach House (6205 N Sheridan Rd)
Easily accessible from the 147 & 151 CTA buses and the Granville Red Line stop. Parking is limited near the venue; please allow additional time if you are driving.
Running time: 2 hours and 15 minutes, including one 15 minute intermission
Set in 1931 as the Nazis are rising to power, CABARET tells the story of Berlin's night life, specifically the Kit Kat Klub and performer Sally Bowles, through the eyes of a young American writer trying to write his novel.
This is the first production under No Stakes' Actor Initiative, which promises to overcome the limitations of typecasting by providing actors with the opportunity to take their education into their own hands.
Please note: Late seating is not available. Photographing and filming of performances is strictly prohibited.
From the no stakes family
Erin Shea Brady (Director), Susan Gosdick (Dialect Coach), Ian Michael James (Co-Dramaturg), Clarissa Jugo (Production Management), Greg Mills (Herr Schultz), Emilie Modaff (Accompaniment), Mollyanne Nunn (Choreography), Rebecca Sohn (Sally Bowles), Bec Willett (Scenic & Properties Design)
We are committed to providing a safe space for artists to explore projects that will help them grow - whether that means providing an outlet for local storytellers to share their work through our Hummingbird Live Lit events, supporting emerging directors as they tackle the projects that scare them in our Wingspan Reading Series, or giving a voice to actors who want to learn from roles outside of their type through our Actor Initiative.
We are committed to producing plays that give a voice to the voiceless, exploring the world through social and cultural perspectives that lack representation, and representing women – of all ages, races and sizes – as complex, thoughtful, fully-drawn human beings.