CABARET > Bob Fosse

Won 8 Oscars

17 December 2017 | 11h00
Salle Camille Blanc, Grimaldi Forum Monaco

Berlin, 1931. As the Nazis begin their ascent to power, a carefree crowd embarks on a mission to have as much fun as possible, whatever the cost, gathering every night at the famous Kit Kat Klub, home to the talented and eccentric cabaret performer Sally Bowles. Whilst waiting for her lucky break, the ambitious and vivacious ingénue lives in a boarding house. One day, young Englishman and language teacher Brian Roberts moves in, and the young couple fall in love amidst the merry mayhem that masks the rumbling threat of trouble on the horizon.

CABARET > Bob Fosse
USA, 1972, colors, 123 min.
Screenplay by: Jay Presson Allen and Hugh Wheeler, d’après la comédie musicale Cabaret de John Kander et Fred Ebb, adaptée de la pièce I am a Camera de John Van Druten et du roman Adieu à Berlin de Christopher Isherwood - Image: Geoffrey Unsworth - Sound: David Hildyard - Music: John Kander Chansons John Kander, Fred Ebb - Choreography: Bob Fosse - Artistic DIrector: Hans-Jürgen Kiebach - Sets: Rolf Zehetbauer - Costumes: Charlotte Flemming - Montage: David Bretherton - Production: American Broadcasting Company - With Liza Minnelli (Sally Bowles), Michael York (Brian Roberts), Helmut Griem (Maximilian von Heune), Joel Grey, Marisa Berenson (Natalia Landauer), Fritz Wepper (Fritz Wendel), Elisabeth Neumann- Viertel (Frau Mayr).


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