Alexis Fishman is Brilliant in 1933’s Berlin Cabaret

Alexis Fishman is Brilliant in 1933’s Berlin Cabaret
Alexis Fishman

Cabaret performer: Alexis Fishman in the production Der Gelbe Stern or The Yellow Star. Source: The Daily Telegraph

The Reginald Theatre at the Seymour in Sydney is a cabaret scene – round tables cluster around the stage with the melodic 3 piece band playing 1930’s music. Alexi Fishman enters, her nose a little bloodied from German youths who attacked her as she arrived for her final performance  at Der Gelbe Stern.

Alexis’ performance is flawless with her powerful narrative voice engaging the audience in songs that range from melodic and moving, to rowdy and risque until the audience is there – at the Cabaret.

Written by James Millar & Alexis Fishman,  it is an evening that entertains and challenges bringing to the stage a time in history that changed the world.

My recommendation: DON’T MISS IT!

the band plays at Der Gelbe Stern The Yellow Star at Seymour with Alexis Fishman

I'm a writer committed to kids in particular. Adults are good too. Want to bring hope through story to my readers. Awarded an Order of Australia, Lady Cutler Award and a Lifetime International Award for Literacy for my body of work, spreading literacy is really important. I'm head of SCBWI Australia East & New Zealand, patron of Monkey Baa Theatre, Ambassador for the Premier's Reading Challenge, Writer Ambassador for Room to Read ... among other roles. I also love heritage and adapting to enhance the lives of people today, which is why I restored The Hughenden Hotel 1870s and The Residences Centennial Park - the only homes in the parklands which are open now for accommodation, events and lots of nature.


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