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'33 (a kabarett)

One night only | October 8, 2022 at 8PM

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’33 A Kabarett: a One-Man Weimar Musical.

“An incredible one-man show…. brilliant acting.” – PBS America

“He will have you close to tears one moment and laughing the next – an absolute joy to watch” – New Orleans Defender Magazine

In the ruins of a Cabaret theatre, an actor tumbles onto a darkened stage. When the lights come up he finds himself alone. His friends and colleagues have disappeared, arrested by the authorities.  Only their glittering, torn costumes remain. In order to escape the same fate and survive, the actor should run and vanish into the night, but an audience has slipped through the broken door.  So, in tribute, he uses all his talents to joyously recreate the acts of the missing company. The Funnyman, the Showgirl, the Song and Dance Man and the rest of his troupe spring to life as the actor pays homage to his disappeared friends. ’33 (a kabarett) features 9 songs with new arrangements by Bremner’s jazz trio. ’33 (a kabarett) is highly imaginative, imagistic, explosive and full of surprise. Inspired by the true story of the fallen Eldorado Club in Berlin.

Bremner Duthie (PERFORMER)
Bremner was born on Long Island, NY, and grew up first in New York, then Northern Scotland and Vancouver, Canada.  He has performed in every type of ‘singing theater’. He studied at McGill Opera Performance program, continued his studies at the Centre for New Opera at Banff, and finally in New York City with acclaimed voice instructor Cornelius Reid. In his career he has sung operatic roles, been the artistic director of contemporary music theater company, performed in musical theater and worked at Disneyland. Now he performs mostly in the intimate performance space of Cabaret and in Jazz clubs and performs his award winning one-man musical theatre shows around the world.  He has performed in venues that vary from 3000 seat arenas in Tokyo, to improvised atelier loft theaters in Paris and Edinburgh.  Most of his shows fit into a suitcase.



All tickets include a $3 theater restoration fee.

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As of July 1, 2022, Landmark will no longer require proof of vaccination in order to attend our shows and events. Please note, some shows might still have specific restrictions as required by artists, so please check in advance of your visit.

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