July 22 to September 25, 2022

The Berlin Musical

No musical has produced so many world-famous hits as CABARET. See the moving story “where it really happened”.

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Willkommen, Bienvenue, welcome to Cabaret, the huge musical hit that brought Berlin and the story of the famous nightclub girl Sally Bowles world fame. The Broadway production received eight Tony Awards and the acclaimed film adaptation handed its creators an unbelievable eight Oscars. Since Cabaret’s premiere in 2004, over 300,000 guests have seen the renowned production by director and Madonna choreographer Vincent Paterson in Berlin with unabated enthusiasm. This show puts Berlin up there with the best of Hamburg’s musical scene.

Tumble through Berlin of the 1920s! Dance on the edge of the volcano and look deep into its abyss. Welcome to the world of Sally Bowles, who night after night sings “Life is a Cabaret” in one of Berlin's infamous dance venues – the legendary "Kit Kat Klub". Her life between her grubby guesthouse room at Berlin Nollendorfplatz and the nocturnal glamour of the cabaret has always captivated visitors to Berlin. The true musical of the capital – come to the Cabaret!

Berlin finally has an outstanding musical, in fact the Berlin musical par excellence!


Berlin says willkommen as Cabaret comes home!

The Daily Telegraph

Perfectly choreographed dancing, buckets of sex appeal, incredibly beautiful vocals and a fantastic band – a blast!


A must!


This ‘cabaret’ is worth the trip.

Nürnberger Nachrichten

Breath-taking. Terrific.

Der Tagesspiegel


On New Year's Eve 1929, the American writer Clifford Bradshaw arrives in Berlin on the lookout for inspiration for his new novel. He has enough money to rent a room in a simple guesthouse at Berlin's Nollendorfplatz. He spends the night in one of those wild and exciting haunts of Berlin's nightlife: the Kit Kat Klub.

In the libertine, relaxed atmosphere of the club, Cliff meets the English nightclub singer Sally Bowles. She's looking for a room, he’s looking to achieve his life's goal, and the next day she has moved in with him – despite his misgivings.

The amiable fruit merchant Herr Schultz lives in the guesthouse with them. He likes to spoil the landlady Miss Schneider with rare delicacies in the form of exotic fruit. Just as their delicate bond blooms into an engagement, the Jewish Schultz encounters the hostility of the nascent Nazi movement for the first time. Helpless and fearful, Miss Schneider makes a momentous decision regarding her imminent wedding.

Cliff looks in dismay at the rise of fascism in Berlin. He decides to leave Berlin with Sally. But for her, life is just a stage in a cabaret, too exciting and glamorous to accommodate any interest in politics. Where will the adventure lead for everyone in the end?

Director and choreographer: Vincent Paterson
Musical Director of the premiere: Adam Benzwi
Associate for Vincent Paterson: Mette Berggreen
Script by Joe Masteroff – based on the play I Am a Camera by John van Druten adapted from the stories of Christopher Isherwood 
Music by John Kander – Lyrics by Fred Ebb – German by Robert Gilbert


Sally Bowles
Sophie Berner | Paulina Plucinski

Clifford Bradshaw
Jaan Luca Schaub | Alexander Donesch

Oliver Urbanski | Florian Stanek

Fräulein Schneider
Regina Lemnitz

Herr Schultz
Peter Kock | Dirk Schoedon

Fräulein Kost
Anja Karmanski | Jacqueline Macaulay

Ernst Ludwig
Torsten Stoll | Romanus Fuhrmann

Bobby · Matrose
Christoph Jonas | Julian Bender

Max · Matrose
Christian Fischer | Aykut Kayacık

Kit Kat Girls
(Helga, Mausi, Lulu und Frenchie)

The Cabaret Band

Piano · Toy Piano · Accordion: Damian Omansen (musikal. Leiter) 

Violin · singing saw · Sailor: Dragan Radosavievich | Christian Runge

Trombone · Steel Guitar: Daniel Busch | Christian Fischer | Friedrich Milz

Double bass · Tuba · Triangle: Björn Sickert

Drums · Glockenspiel · Sailor: Caspar Hachfeld | Julian Kirchmer

The cast are announced before each evening’s show.

Information on your visit

Guest information

Length of performance: approx. three hours (including a 25-minute intermission)

Age: from 12 years

Languages: Also suitable for guests without German language skills. Lyrics in German and English

Entrance and restaurant: from 6:30 pm, Sundays from 5:30 pm

Reserve your seats at a table in the price groups I, II and III. In the price group IV (chair rows) you have free choice of seat on the evening. Come early to have your choice of seats.

Musical and Dinner

Whether à la carte, musical menu or champagne: The in-house kitchen of the “Tipi am Kanzleramt” will take care of your creature comforts. Round off your evening with our culinary delights and book additional gastronomic offers with your ticket.

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Tickets & Theater


Su-Th €54,50 · Fr-Sa €59,50

Su-Th €44,50 · Fr-Sa €49,50

Su-Th €34,50 · Fr-Sa €39,50

Tu-Su €20,00

Theater & Getting there

Große Querallee
10557 Berlin
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Tickets: + 49 30 390 665 50
email: tickets@musical.berlin

Box Office

Box Office Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri 12:00 pm - 6:30 pm,
Sat, Sun & Holidays 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Evening Box Office opens:
Mon - Sat 6:30 pm,
Sun 5:30 pm