BY HALEY TANGEN
"HOOLIGAN Theatre Company is trying to push boundaries this quarter with risqué costumes and social commentary in its production of “Cabaret.”
In addition to a heavy amount of dancing, the show deals with themes of violence and genocide in 1930s Germany.
“Cabaret,” which runs Friday and Saturday at Schoenberg Hall, tells the fictional story of the American writer Clifford Bradshaw who moves to Germany prior to World War II and becomes involved with Sally Bowles, a dancer at the Kit Kat Klub. As the Nazi party rises to power, Berlin society divides around the issue of how to respond to the new regime."
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