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The Weimar Republic fostered some quite daring creativity in the performing arts during the chaotic times immediately after World War I and continuing through the rise of Nazism in the late 1930s, and well into the early 1940s. Join Broadway producer Steven Rivellino for an illustrated presentation to discuss the colorful history of Berlin cabaret and its indelible impact on society and politics in Germany at the beginning of the last century.

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