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Cabaret Production Information


Closed
Opening:

January 01, 1967

Opening Info:unknown
Closing:unknown
Run Type:Open Run
Market:US Tour
Intermissions:1
Version:Original Broadway Version
 

 


Other Productions of Cabaret


1966   Broadway Original Broadway Production
Broadway
1967   US Tour National Tour
US Tour
1968   West End London Production
West End
1982   Regional (US) Regional Revival
Regional (US)
1986   West End London Revival
West End
1987   Broadway Broadway Revival
Broadway
1993   West End Donmar Warehouse Revival
West End
1998   Broadway Roundabout Revival
Broadway
1999   US Tour National Tour
US Tour
2002   Chichester Festival Production
2006   West End London Revival
West End
2008   UK Tour National Tour
UK Tour
2012   West End West End Revival Production
West End
2014   Broadway Roundabout Revival
Broadway

 


Audio Recordings


1966  Composer's Demo
[unreleased]
1966  Original Broadway Cast
1968  Original London Cast
1972  Film Soundtrack
1986  London Revival Cast
1993  Studio Cast
1997  Studio Cast
1998  Broadway Revival Cast
unknown (i)  Studio Cast
unknown (ii)  Studio Cast
unknown  Instrumental

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical

Score Overview


The following is a list of songs in the show or that have been included in the show in various versions:

Main Program

Wilkommen
So What?
Don't Tell Mama
Telephone Song
Perfectly Marvelous
Two Ladies
It Couldn't Please Me More
a.k.a. Pineapple
Tomorrow Belongs to Me
Why Should I Wake Up?
The Money Song
a.k.a. Sitting Pretty
Married
a.k.a. Heiraten
Meeskite
Kickline
If You Could See Her
a.k.a. The Gorilla Song
What Would You Do?
Cabaret
Finale

Cut prior to opening

It's the End of the Party
Angel of Love
I Don't Care Much
Herman, My German
Room-Mates
Down-Down-Down
Guten Abend
Goodtime Charlie
It'll All Blow Over
The Man in the Mirror
Never in Paris

Written for 1972 film version

Mein Herr
Money, Money, Money

Added to the 1972 film version

Maybe This Time
Tiller Girls

Written for the 1987 Broadway revival

Don't Go