The world-famous Berlin-Musical still fits in perfectly to the city.
Berlin 1930: The American writer Clifford Bradshaw comes to Berlin, a liberal and open-hearted metropolis with a fascinating artistic scene, but crisis-torn by poverty and political unrest. He lives and writes at the Nollendorfplatz and throws himself with the showgirl Sally Bowles into the lascivious nightlife of the city.
Berlin 2018: In TIPI AM KANZLERAMT the legendary BAR JEDER VERNUNFT production by American star choreographer and stage director Vincent Paterson is now being shown again. The story of the happy-go-lucky dancer Sally Bowles in the glittery, seamy milieu of the Roaring Twenties in Berlin, is one that still fits in perfectly to contemporary Berlin. The musical about love, passion and desperation against the backdrop of the rise of fascism is based on the autobiographical stories in the novel Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood.