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The 1966 musical became world famous and is based on a 1951 novel. The musical premiered on Broadway in 1966. The musical is set in the early 1930s and takes us back to the wild years in Berlin before the war. The most famous titles such as “Welcome”, “Two ladies”, “If you could see her eyes” “Tomorrow belongs to me”, “Maybe this time”, “Mein Herr” and “Money, Money” were not composed for the musical, but for the 1972 film version. Due to the popularity of these songs, they are usually included in new productions. The musical ran in New York for 3 years and won the Tony Award in 1967. The musical became world-famous through the 1972 film version, with the well-known Liza Minnelli in the role of Sally Bowles. The film was awarded 8 Oscars.
Shows of the 1920s, also known as the “Roaring Twenties”, were characterized by a certain atmosphere and style that made this era unique. Here are some of the standout features of shows in the 1920s:
Jazz music: The 1920s were characterized by the popularity of jazz, an exciting and rhythmic style of music. Shows of this era often featured live jazz bands and orchestras that fueled the mood with lively tunes.
Flapper culture: The “flappers” were young women who challenged the norms of society at the time by adopting short dresses, bob-cut hairstyles and an independent lifestyle. Shows of this era often reflected the flapper fashion and attitude.
Dance: The 1920s was the time of Charleston dancing and other wild dance styles. Shows often included energetic and rhythmic dance routines that thrilled contemporaries.
Theatrical innovations: This era saw an evolution in stage and theater design. Shows often used modern lighting techniques, decorative elements and set designs that captured the glamor and excitement of the time.
Satire and social commentary: Many shows of the 1920s included social and political satire that reflected the upheavals and changes of the times. Artists often dealt humorously with issues such as prohibition, equality and social change.
Extravagance: The 1920s were a time of opulence and extravagance. Shows and musicals could be opulent and lavish, with elaborate costumes, stage sets and spectacular choreography.
A spirit of optimism: The “Roaring Twenties” were characterized by a feeling of new beginnings and freedom after the First World War. Shows reflected this optimistic mood and expressed the attitude to life of the time.
Overall, shows in the 1920s were characterized by a unique cultural and artistic spirit that captured the spirit of optimism and change of the era. This led to a fascinating mix of music, fashion, dance and entertainment that made the 1920s an unforgettable era for the show world.