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Life Is A Cabaret!

The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts presented the premiere of the memorable Cabaret, the music to which was written by John Kander. The production was exquisitely stunning, with great effects and vocals. Starting from the Emcee's beguiling smile to the emotional outbursts of the unreserved Sally Bowles and the naivety of Clifford Bradshaw, the show left the audience in tears.

"Even the orchestra is beautiful..."
Skyler Sims-Dickson performed the role of the Emcee with lithe dance moves, exhibiting powerful body language through willowy motion. The opening of the show was brightened by Skyler's charismatic stage presence.
Fraulein Schneider was performed by the exceptional Hope Nelson. During So What?, is was evident that she is a great actress, and despite her playing a character on the older side of the age spectrum she gave Fraulein Schneider a youthful energy, emphasizing her love to Herr Schultz (Ben Stacy). Lucy Murphy, performing the role of Sally B…