Written and submitted: Nic
Tracey and I went down to Nantwich Players' Theatre last night, to see Cabaret. This is a deep and sinister play, set in the era of pre-WWII Berlin.
The emotional rollercoaster of the play was handled with ease by a very well rehearsed and skillful cast. We were taken on a journey into those dark days, during the raise of Nazism, following the complicated lives of a number of individuals around the Kit Kat Klub.
Whilst everyone perfromed their roles with excellance, it is worth giving a special mention to Rob West (playing Clifford Bradshaw) and Laura Monkhouse (as Sally Bowles) who delivered such emtionally believable performances that I found myself completely lost in their tradgic story. The latter's performance of a reprise of Cabaret had the hairs on the back of my neck standing on end, as she delivered every word with perfect venom.
Truly lost for more words to say on this brilliant performance. Well done everyone.
Cabaret is on a Nantwich Players for a further week.
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