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Creating A New, Old Herr Schultz

Veteran actor Danny Burstein ponders the latest iteration of Cabaret's Jewish character in latest Broadway revival.

04/24/2014
Special To The Jewish Week
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Anyone who has seen a version of the musical “Cabaret” will recall the dazzling, provocative world of the Kit Kat Club, a fictional nightclub in pre-World War II Berlin. At the top of the show, a vivacious emcee, originated by Joel Grey, beckons us inside enticingly. “We have no troubles here!” he promises. “Here, life is beautiful.”

Danny Burstein returns to Broadway for the 15th time in the latest revival of "Cabaret."
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The engagement party scene in "Cabaret." Joan Marcus
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