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Performed: 29 March - 3 April 1989; "Cabaret" takes place in 1930s Nazi Germany. The play was directed by Wayne Claeren, stage management by Joyce Tate, assistant stage management by Beth Tate, orchestra conducted by Carl Anderson, vocal direction by Darnelle Scarbrough, choreography by Jennie Bernard, scenic and costume design by Freddy Clements, producer and lighting design by Carlton Ward, and technical direction by David Keefer. This item is contained within the Clements drama production materials.
This performance was held in the Stone Center Theatre.
- Paige Attaway -- Sally Bowles
- Lee Pope -- Emcee
- Alan Payne -- Cliff Bradshaw
- David A. Smith -- Ernst
- B.J. Bergsjordet -- Customs Officer
- Cynthia Raye Burchfield -- Fraulein Schneider
- Tina L. Seals -- Fraulein Kost/li>
- Todd Shumpert -- Herr Schultz
- Phillip Hurt -- Max; Gorilla
- Drew Reeves -- Taxi Driver
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- Tim M. Ballard, Drew Reeves, Brian Taylor, William O'Neal -- Kit Kat Klub Waiters
- Donald Turner, Barry Newell, Mat Phelps, Mike Odom, B.J. Bergsjordet -- Sailors
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The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs
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Jacksonville State University, "Cabaret (1989) | Program" (1989). Department of Theatre & Film Performance Archive. 116.