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Posts Tagged: Cabaret
As Andrew Bonomolo prepares to transfer to the North Carolina School of the Arts for his senior year of high school, he also prepares to step into the iconic role of the Emcee in “Cabaret.”
In her her third season in PlayMakers’ Summer Youth Conservatory, Beth Siegling faces her biggest challenge yet in the Kit Kat Club’s beguiling Sally Bowles.
Remember when Rachel Pollock walked us through how they custom-printed fabric for Cabaret? Here’s the idea fully realized! Go here if you missed the original post to see the full story behind the fabric! Final dress is tonight! All of Jennifer Caprio‘s designs will be on full display! Previews start tomorrow. Get your tickets now!… Read more »
By Rachel Pollock, Costume Crafts Artisan One of the first Cabaretprojects we began working on in the costume shop was figuring out how to create some of the fabrics themselves. Our costume designer, Jen Caprio, created some costume renderings which depicted several highly specific fabrics with prints we knew we would not be able to… Read more »
By Joseph Haj, Director After fourteen months of reading, research, planning and preparation, here we are beginning rehearsals for Cabaret and I am filled with the terrifying feeling that I have at the beginning of every project: I can’t possibly begin since I don’t know enough about anything. I have learned enough about myself as… Read more »