Sara-Jeanne played Sally Bowles for The Arts Club Theatre at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage

Director: Bill Millerd
Choreographer: Valerie Easton
Musical Director: Bruce Kellet

Music and Lyrics by: by Kander & Ebb
Book by: Joe Masteroff

Sara-Jeanne Hosie offers an exhilarating version of Sally Bowles. With an English accent and Louise Brooks-style pageboy haircut, Hosie looks and sounds the part: add a strong singing voice and it’s impossible to resist tapping your toes when she belts out the title tune. ” -The Vancouver Sun, Peter Birnie


Sara-Jeanne Hosie attacks the role with all the vigour and inventiveness a hardworking hoofer like Sally needs to survive. Leggy and beautiful, Hosie absolutely nails the title song. ” -The Vancouver Courier, Jo Ledingham


Kander & Ebb’s Cabaret is one of the most well known musicals ever written, featuring the famous title song as well as Mein HerrMaybe This Time and Perfectly Marvelous.
In 1931 Berlin, Sally Bowles takes to the microphone in the smoky Kit Kat Club as a mysterious American, Cliff, looks on from the audience.  Outside, the Nazis are beginning their rise to power and threaten to destroy the lives of each and every person Sally holds dear.