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Life is a Cabaret

Photo story by Keller Goldstein

Coastal Carolina University’s Department of Theatre is proud
to present “Cabaret,” a story centered around various intrepid
love stories and their consequences, told as the Nazis rose to
power in the late 1920s.


The play’s overall theme is a statement about how living
with purposeful ignorance leads to unhappiness. The reality
of the characters’ depressing situations must be faced through
showtunes, giving enough empathy to shine a light on the gritty
world of totalitarian dictatorship.


The production is enough to make original “Cabaret”
Playwright Joe Masteroff and Liza Minnelli, the original Sally
Bowles in the 1972 film adaptation, proud.

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Keller Goldstein
Keller Goldstein, Photographer
Hey there,  I’m Keller and I am beyond stoked to be the official photographer for The Chanticleer I am from Saint Louis, Missouri, and studying to get my BFA in theatre arts with a concentration in physical theatre here at CCU.   Aside from studying Physical Theatre, I am passionate about writing and producing music, directing, writing plays, traveling, film and cinematography, and of course, photography!    Although I got my start in concert, editorial, and conceptual photography, I have absolutely loved exploring the world of photojournalism this past semester and I look forward to showing you our school through my lens!

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