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Cabaret at Harlequin Productions

Dates: (6/28/2024 - 7/28/2024 )


Harlequin Productions

Harlequin Productions

202 4th Ave East
Olympia,WA 98501

Phone: 360-786-0151

Tickets: $33-$48

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Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten and
Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb

 “Leave your troubles at the door…”

In a time when the world is changing forever, there is one place where everyone can be free. Welcome to the Kit Kat Klub. 

One of the most famous American musicals of all time, Cabaret takes us to the seedy underground of 1929 Berlin during the twilight of the Jazz Age. Hit songs include “Wilkommen”, “Don’t Tell Mama,” “Maybe This Time” and, of course, the title song, “Cabaret.”

Come early – you’ll see the newly renovated State Theater backstage as part of the pre-show!

Tony Awards and Nominations for Cabaret

Ages: 11 and older with guidance  

Cast and Creative team for Cabaret at Harlequin Productions


Adam Rennie


Karin Terry

Sally Bowles

Creative Team

Aaron Lamb


Jon Lutyens

Music Director

Jessica Low


Jeannie Beirne

Scenic Design

Darren Mills

Costume Design

Christina Barrigan

Lighting Design

Keith Jewell

Sound Design

Dan Wolff

Properties Design

Harlequin Productions Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

Harlequin Productions is at 202 4th Ave East, Olympia, WA.

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A group of five people—James L. This, Scot Whitney, Linda Whitney, Phil Annis and Ronna Smith—got together in 1991 and decided that they wanted to produce a more challenging style of theater than was available locally. We wrote our mission statement, pooled our start-up capital—a whopping $400 cash—and began producing individual shows at the Washington Center Stage II, a “black box” venue that seated about 100. Seventeen months after beginning our capital campaign, we opened the doors on the beautifully remodeled State Theater. Suddenly we had a theater, a mortgage and a staff. Our budget jumped from $150,000 annually to $750,000. Our full-time staff increased from one to eight. To keep up with the bills and the building, we knew we had to increase income, so we planned to expand from a four-show season to a six-show, year-round season, but the first year we panicked and added two additional shows for a total of eight. And these were not small shows. It was as close as we ever came to failing as a result of driving all human beings involved to near collapse. Then… a bunch of years passed, during which no one has had the time to keep this up to date. But that’s how it started.


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