SWOSU Students Getting Ready for Cabaret
The SWOSU company includes (front from left): Dayna Robinson, Altus, scenic design assistant, dramaturg, lightboard operator; Jamie King, Fairview, graphics designer; Eryn Brooks, Woodward, Frauline Schneider, costume crew; Mallory Turlington, Guymon, Frauline Kost; Sara Molnar, Fay, crew; Ariana Farris, Fay, stage manager; Rachel Giacometti, Weatherford, assistant stage manager, costume assistant; and Ashley Howard, Fort Worth TX, crew. Middle row from left-Sarah Mueggenborg, Okarche, Kit Kat Klub Girl-Frenchy; Alexandria McAtee, Yukon, Kit Kat Klub Girl-Helga; Bethany Schmidt, Enid, Kit Kat Klub Girl-Rosie; Ed Pierce, Guymon, Kit Kat Klub Boy, Sailor 2; Kayla Argo, Plains KS, Kit Kat Club Girl-Texas; Tiffany Tuggle, Hollis, Kit Kat Klub Girl-Lulu, Lady 1; Cass Cook, Broken Bow, Kit Kat Klub Boy-Bobby, Nazi Guard, costume assistant; and Eric Martin, Weatherford, Ernst Ludwig. Back row from left-Jess Moore, Burns Flat, sound designer, sound board operator; Tyler Powell, Woodward, Kit Kat Klub Boy-Herman, gorilla, Sailor 3; Riley McCallay, Hammon, Kit Kat Klub Boy-Hans, Sailor 1, Nazi Guard; Cody Carnahan, Sayre, emcee, properties master, costume assistant; Cierra Musick Jennings, Weatherford, Sally Bowles, costume crew; J.J. Witt, Guymon, Cliff; Tanner Fisher, Calumet, Kit Kat Klub Boy-Victor, Lady 2; and Chad Gray, Weatherford, Herr Schultz. Not pictured is Alyssa Chapman, Canada, Kit Kat Klub Girl-Fritzie.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University students are getting ready for the production of Cabaret that will be staged March 6-10 at the Hilltop Theatre on the Weatherford campus. Set in the Berlin hotspot Kit Kat Klub in 1931, a starry-eyed singer and the club's master of ceremonies try to bring happiness and decadence to the lives of Berliners as the spectre of Nazism grows around them and threatens to destroy their lives.
Starting times are 7:30 p.m. each night except Saturday, March 7, when the performance begins at 2 p.m.