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  Stallions - Cabaret
Cabaret's sire Cor de la Bryere and his damsire Landgraf together represent two of the most influential jumping lines in the world and the foundation for the Holsteiner breed.
Cabaret's offspring are today successful in all disciplines and like their sire, they truly love to work and have ample talent.
Cabaret was a stallion with a heart bigger than himself and such an abundance of talent that every day was made special.
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  Cabaret - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring comedy, song, dance, and theatre, distinguished mainly by the performance venue — a restaurant or nightclub with a stage for performances and the audience sitting around the tables (often dining or drinking) watching the performance.
Cabaret in Germany was hit badly: In 1935 Werner Finck was briefly imprisoned and sent to a concentration camp; at the end of that year Kurt Tucholsky committed suicide; and nearly all German-speaking cabaret artists fled into exile in Switzerland, France, Scandinavia, or the USA.
Cabaret in the United States began to disappear in the sixties, due to the rising popularity of rock concert shows and television variety shows.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cabaret   (1352 words)

  
 Cabaret: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It became a locale in which up-and-coming cabaret artists could try out their new acts in front of their peers before they were acted in front of an audience.
Cabaret in Germany was hit badly: in 1935 Werner Fink was briefly imprisoned and sent to a concentration camp Concentration camp quick summary:
Lapin agile is a famous montmartre cabaret, at 22 rue des saules, paris, france....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/cabaret.htm   (2770 words)

  
 Cabaret (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is based loosely on the 1966 Broadway musical Cabaret by Kander and Ebb, which was in turn based in part on the Berlin stories of Christopher Isherwood.
The film version of "Cabaret" is one of the few musicals considered much superior to its stage original.
The film is largely made in low light and has a film noir feel, although it was filmed in color.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cabaret_(movie)   (673 words)

  
 Cabaret Voltaire (band) Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Cabaret Voltaire is a post-punk industrial and electronica band, consisting of Stephen Mallinder, Chris Watson and Richard H. Kirk.
In 1978 (1978 in music), Cabaret Voltaire signed to Rough Trade and after several highly acclaimed initial singles/extended players, including Extended Play, "Nag Nag Nag", Three Mantras and 3 Crepuscule Tracks began releasing punk-influenced albums of experimental music such as The Voice of America in 1980 and the widely-hailed Red Mecca in 1981.
A series of completely instrumental works under the Cabaret Voltaire name were released on Instinct Records in 1993 and 1994, but appeared to be largely the product of Kirk.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/cabaret_voltaire__band_.html   (224 words)

  
 Cabaret (1972)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Years before Cabaret (1972) was filmed Liza Minnelli performed Maybe This Time when she appeared with her mother Judy Garland at the London Palladium.
it's one quick shot, not long enough for the shock to sink in, and then we're back to the cabaret where joel grey is dancing with a monkey, asking the audience to forgive him for loving a jew, all with a cruel, malicious smile.
the final shot is that of a blurred cabaret audience, the only fairly clear symbol being a swastika on a nazi armband.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0068327   (762 words)

  
 The German Cabaret
However, by the late 1920's the German cabaret, or Kabarett, was already nearing the end of its heyday, as political satire was played down in favour of outrageous dance routines and sentimental ballads.
Although some experimentation with a cabaret style imported from Paris took place in Berlin at the turn of the century - notably at the Schall und Rauch cabaret of theatrical impresario Max Reinhardt - it was in the south of Germany that das Kabarett sprung to life as a new and vital form of entertainment.
Another cabaret which persisted with its assault on right-wing politics and the prevailing anti-Semitism was Die Katacombe, in which Werner Finck kept up a perpetual barrage of insults at the expense of the 'brownshirts', now seen everywhere in Berlin.
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 Cabaret at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring comedy, song, dance, and theatre, distinguished mainly by the performance venue - a restaurant or nightclub with a stage for performances and the audience sitting around the tables (often dining or drinking) watching the performance.
Cabaret is also the name of a 1966 Broadway musical.
Cabaret is also a 1972 film based on that musical.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Cabaret.html   (155 words)

  
 Cabaret 101 - Part 1
Since our primary focus is on cabaret's connection to musical theatre, film and television, we will concentrate on cabaret as it developed in New York City -- becoming a crucial training ground for writers and performers.
Cabarets brought a new intimacy and informal spirit to public performances.
The overthrow of the kaiser, the revolutionary tumult that resulted in the establishment of a Social-Democratic republic, and the hardships of the inflation period were the troubled waters in which cabaretists could fish with spectacular success.
www.musicals101.com /cabaret.htm   (1594 words)

  
 Cabaret - a musical by John Kander, Fred Ebb and Joe Masteroff
Cabaret, set in the tumultuous city of Berlin just before Hitler's rise to power, is based on Christopher Isherwood's Berlin Stories and John Van Druten's I Am a Camera.
The main action of the play revolves around a cabaret performer, Sally Bowles, and the brief affair she has with an American writer who takes her in after she is kicked out of the Kit Kat Club where she performs.
Cabaret opened at the Broadhurst Theatre on November 20, 1966 and ran for 1,165 performances.
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 Cabaret West - Spotlight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
People often use the word 'intimate' when they describe Cabaret, yet I have seen Bette Midler in an arena and would swear to you that what she did was precisely that.
She connected with me in a way that was very personal, and I'll bet the other 15,000 people in the room would agree with me on this point.
To me, Cabaret is the sharing of what I love most: exploring the world and ourselves through music.
www.cabaretwest.org /spotlight   (522 words)

  
 Cabaret's 'Cabaret': song and dance for doomsday | Sep 24, 1999
However, while for the moment this Cabaret appears to be a musical of leering jokes and decadent diversions, the sinister omen of a rising Nazi regime marches close behind.
He also effectively manages the Cabaret's space, achieving smooth scene changes and actively using both the small Kit Kat stage with its center microphone and wide aisle running through the audience tables.
You won't want to miss a single minute with any of these characters—as Sally invites, "Life is a Cabaret, old chum—come to the Cabaret!" Yet in the end, what sticks in the memory and belies Sally's enthusiasm is the haunting echo of Cliff's words: "It was the end of the world.
www.yaleherald.com /archive/xxviii/1999.09.24/ae/p19cabaret.html   (852 words)

  
 The Cabaret Theatre - Non profit theater serving the Rutgers community since 1975   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Cabaret Theatre is a non profit organization located on the Douglass Campus of Rutgers University.
Entirely student managed, the Cabaret Theatre receives no financial assistance from the University, and is dependent upon receipts from previous events to fund its new productions.
Since 1975, the Cabaret Theatre has been committed to providing the University and its surrounding community with a wide variety of theatrical experiences, as well as offering a forum for students to learn about acting, directing, writing, business-management, design and construction through various workshops and hands-on experience.
www.cabarettheatre.org   (154 words)

  
 eBay - DVD: Cabaret (UPC: 085392798629)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The final shot of the hit film CABARET is a Nazi meeting reflected in a mirror, providing the chilling historical subtext for this groundbreaking musical movie, set in prewar Berlin.
CABARET was a convention-shattering story that dealt with themes like bisexuality that were still under the radar in the US.
CABARET was added to the Library of Congress National Film Registry in 1995.
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 __ Adelaide Cabaret Festival
Cabaret is an extraordinary form of human communication evoking all our senses and challenging and informing our thoughts about ourselves and the world around us.
Thanks to Minter Ellison Bring A Friend Free on Wednesdays is proving once again to be a favourite with audiences and due to popular demand, an additional performance of Dave Graney's Point Blank has been scheduled for Sunday 17 June.
Entry to the club is free upon presentation of a ticket to a performance that same night, or you can purchase a ticket for $10 at the door.
www.adelaidecabaret.com   (406 words)

  
 Cabaret (1972)
The setting of Cabaret, pre-war Germany, is intrinsically fascinating because of the events occurring and what they led to.
Society on all levels is in a state of flux, with extreme behaviour being exhibited in the political, commercial and sexual spheres.
Built upon the eternal themes of corruption, decadence and false dreams, Cabaret is far too subtle to be depressing and Sally too robust to be crushed.
www.film.u-net.com /Movies/Reviews/Cabaret.html   (693 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Cabaret: DVD: Liza Minnelli,Michael York,Helmut Griem,Joel Grey,Fritz Wepper,Marisa Berenson,Elisabeth ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Cabaret caught lightning (and won Oscars) for Minnelli, Grey and director Bob Fosse, who shaped a triumph of style and substance.
The Nazis themselves liked to contrast the supposed "healthy" vitality of a romanticized rural and small-town Germany against the decadence of urban Berlin, a point that is made in the film when young Nazi youth leaders at a beer garden lead an increasingly Nazified crowd to join in song celebrating nature and the volk.
Cabaret the movie doesn't share many songs in common with the original stage version - it still has "Willkommen," "Two Ladies," "Tomorrow Belongs To Me," a German version of "Married," "If You Could See Her," and "Cabaret" - but that's it.
www.amazon.com /Cabaret-Liza-Minnelli/dp/B00009Y3L4   (2356 words)

  
 Cabaret
I Am A Camera and then on to the various productions since 1966 of the Kander and Ebb musical version, Cabaret, this has been a work of imagination that has intrigued several generations of readers and theater and movie audiences.
He turned his theater into a cabaret space, the patrons seated at tables, the dividing proscenium eliminated.
But the proscenium is back in place, and despite a row of tables across the front of the auditorium, the immediacy of the cabaret setting is gone.
www.culturevulture.net /Theater/Cabaret.htm   (748 words)

  
 CNN.com - Doogie Howser goes raunchy - Mar. 4, 2003
Theatergoers may not be quick to recognize the new master of ceremonies in Broadway's "Cabaret." Chances are that many have seen him in something before, but never quite like this.
"Cabaret" is the latest in a recent flurry of theater work for Harris, who jumped at the opportunity to play the strung-out host of the Kit Kat Klub.
The sight of Harris as The Emcee in "Cabaret" tends to shock audiences.
edition.cnn.com /2003/SHOWBIZ/TV/03/04/wkd.neil.patrick.harris.ap   (1135 words)

  
 Salon.com Arts & Entertainment | "Cabaret"
"Cabaret," an upsetting, almost revolutionary work in its time, is now regarded as a classic musical, which is another way of saying it has become semipermanent camp.
Actually, "Cabaret" was the second of his five movies, and they're all worthwhile.
One of the two DVD documentaries is a brief on-location film made to accompany the original release, which mostly conveys the sense that Fosse's Munich set was at least as debauched as the Kit Kat itself.
archive.salon.com /ent/movies/dvd/review/2000/11/17/cabaret   (741 words)

  
 Cabaret - DVD - Title C Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Originally a Broadway musical Cabaret was brought to the big screen by Director Bob Fosse in 1972.
Saying Cabaret is a good film, is like saying the Taj Mahal is a nice building, or that Ayres Rock is pretty for a lump of rock.
This isn't a musical as such, at least, that's not the impression you are left with when you have travelled such a magnificently torturous journey through the story.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /dvd-title-c/cabaret   (261 words)

  
 Cabaret - OD Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Last night I watched the Bob Fosse film "Cabaret." I haven't seen this thing since I was a teenager in 1972.
I'm generally not a show tunes kind of a guy (although the tunes are very catchy, and the eponomous "Cabaret" became a monster hit, as "Money Makes the World Go Round" became Liza Minelli's signature song), but I am compelled to admit that Bob Fosse's staging of the song and dance numbers is simply wonderful.
The final song, "Cabaret", tells the story of a prostitute ("as a matter of fact she rented by the hour") named Elsie ("from Chelsea") who died of drug addiction and alcoholism ("well that's what comes from too much pills and liquour").
www.originaldissent.com /forums/showthread.php?t=16367   (1845 words)

  
 Cabaret
Cabaret West is a non-profit association of performers, presenters, and patrons who are passionate about cabaret.
Best known as 1/2 the cabaret duo "Wayne and Brenda", Wayne is becoming one of the most-sung composers of new music for Theater and Cabaret, writing specialty material for a wide variety of artists.
The Cabaret Network doesn't yet have a website (yet), but, if people want to be added to the update list (it goes out every two weeks) they just need to drop us a line with their email info on it and we will add them to the list free of charge.
www.americanmusicals.com /Cabaret_htm.htm   (1954 words)

  
 Women in cabaret: Early Visual Media - Photography - nudes - Molin Rouge - Folies bergere - erotic erotism risque sexy ...
The Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in October 1889 in Montmartre.
Judging illustrations of women in Culture Physique magazines their world is related with the world of the cabaret and theatre, as seen on the cover of "La Culture Physique" on the right.
The Vaudeville cabaret's in Paris programmed Light entertainment on their stage, including magicians, acrobats, comedians, singers, strong men and dancers.
users.telenet.be /thomasweynants/actrices.html   (506 words)

  
 Cabaret
The scene is a night club in Berlin, as the 1920's are drawing to a close.
CABARET played for 1165 performances on Broadway at the Broadhurst, Imperial and Broadway Theatres and for 336 performances in London at the Palace Theatre.
It was revised for Broadway, first in 1987 and played for 261 performances at the Imperial and Minskoff Theatres, and most recently in 1998 at Studio 54, where it played for 2,377 performances.
www.tamswitmark.com /musicals/cabaret.html   (1298 words)

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