Cast and Crew of Cabaret

David Compton as Emcee
& Jenny Littleton as Sally

Elizabeth Claire Bailey, Mike Baum, Ruth Cordell, Mia Rose Ernst, Rosemary Fossee, Stephen Michael Jones, Caleb Marshall, Kristi Mason, Jeremy Maxwell, Marin Miller, B.J. Rowell, Patrick Waller, Derek Whittaker, & Martha Wilkinson.

René D. Copeland

Assistant Director
Martha Wilkinson

Musical Director
Paul Carrol Binkley

Director of Choreography
Pam Atha


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Tennessee Repertory Theatre's production of Cabaret

book and lyrics by Joe Masteroff and Fred Ebb
music by John Kander

February 16 - March 16, 2013
Previews: Feb. 14-15

Johnson Theatre, TPAC

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Learn more about Tennessee Rep's 2013-2014 Season

Willkommen to the Kit Kat Klub. Take your seat at a bar table, order a little something from your fetching cocktail waitress, and immerse yourself in the musical theatre event of a lifetime. You’re not just at the show... you’re in the show as Tennessee Rep transforms Johnson Theater into 1930s Berlin. Inside the cabaret, Sally Bowles and the beguiling Emcee live in a seedy, sexy world of delicious decadence, while outside, the gathering storm of Nazi oppression grows. Filled with hit Broadway songs and a story that still speaks profoundly to us today, Cabaret is a knock-out, once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience.

Copeland Says
“Dark, gritty, sexy, funny, heart-breaking…and wonderful music. What more can I say? Cabaret has been on my ‘dying-to-do’ list for some time now. It’s one of those musicals that brings so much more to the table than you expect. The story is rooted in a time and place rife with violence and uncertainty, a crumbling era when things were falling apart and danger was lurking in unexpected places. The impact of that time and place echoes in the music—the musical numbers are funny and entertaining, but there are undercurrents that give depth and unexpected impact. I love that—when something is more than it seems on the surface. When I discussed this show as a possibility for this season with the artistic team, we all became very excited at the prospect… and we continue to grow more and more excited each day. Season selection is also about finding material that we as a team can get really fired up about—and that inspires us to set our bar very high which in an exceptional experience for our audience. As has become a benchmark for Tennessee Rep, we can’t wait to transform Johnson Theater in a way that will put our own special stamp on this multi-Tony-winning classic. “

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Documents and Cabaret Reviews

Rating: 5 Stars5 Star Rating
"Thank you for a fantastic show tonight! Every aspect of the performance was up to the high standards that I've come to expect from Tennessee Rep!" – John P., Facebook

Theatre Review:
Littleton and Co. Perfectly Marvelous in Cabaret

- Evans Donnell, ArtsNash

Theatre Review:
Cabaret Lights up Nashville's TPAC

- Judith Yates, Nashville Examiner

Theatre Review:
Tennessee Rep Breathes New Life into an Iconic Broadway Musical, Cabaret

- Martin Brady, Nashville Scene

Theatre Review:
Powerful Cast Illuminates Tennessee Rep's Cabaret

- Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean

Theatre Review:
Tennessee Rep's Cabaret: A Reaction - Jaz Dorsey of The Nashville Dramaturgy Project

Press Release:
January 16, 2013 - Jenny Littleton Returns to Tennessee Rep Stage in the Iconic Role of Sally Bowles

Press Release:
February 4, 2013 - Tennessee Rep Adds Performances Through March 16 Due to Demand

Press Release:
February 28, 2013 - More Performances Added for Cabaret: Tennessee Rep Blockbuster Musical in High Demand


Tennessee Repertory Theatre’s 2013-2014 Season is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors.