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Cabaret | Set Design

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Cabaret

San Francisco Playhouse
June 28 through September 20, 2008

Book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and music by John Kander

Directed by Bill English
Scenic Design by Kim A. Tolman
Choreography by Barbara Bernado
Music Direction by Martin Rojas-Dietrich


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….Kim A.Tolman has turned the small theater into a facsimile of an actual cabaret dive.
SAN FRANCISCO THEATER EXAMINER
Chad Jones

...With its understated colors and George Grosz and Alphonse Mucha inspired Art Deco paintings and embellishments, Kim A.Tolman's set design succinctly captures the Weimar aestetic.
SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY
Chloe Veltman

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“No good is sitting alone in your room, come hear the music play!” This legendary landmark musical turns Weimar Berlin of 1931 into a dark and sexually charged haven of decadence where its extraordinary and morally ambiguous inhabitants are determined to keep upappearances as the real world-outside the comfortable sanctuary of the cabaret- prepares forthenightmarish chaos of war. It is here that Sally Bowles performs nightly at the infamous Kit-Kat Klub. “Its divine decadence darling!”

 


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