The Rubin Cabaret
Introduced by Joel Grey
1972, USA, Bob Fosse, 124 min.
Starring: Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey and Helmut Griem
Free ticket with a $7 bar minimum.
Tickets are available for pick-up after 6:45 p.m. at the will call table in the K2 Lounge (limited capacity).
Did You Know?
- Joel Grey conducted extensive research in order to ensure he spoke with an authentic German accent.
- The film holds the record for most Academy Award wins (8 Awards) for a film that did not win Best Picture.
- Liza Minnelli and her father, famed director Vincente Minnelli, designed her hair and makeup for the film.
About the Speaker
Joel Grey returns to CabaretCinema to introduce the film Cabaret for which he received the Academy Award, the Golden Globe and the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance. Joel was awarded a Tony for the role of Emcee in the first Broadway production in 1966, a role he reprised in the first Broadway revival in 1986. His many other Broadway credits include George M! (Tony nomination), Goodtime Charley (Tony nomination), The Grand Tour (Tony nomination), Chicago (Drama Desk Award), Wicked and most recently, Roundabout Theatre Company’s Tony Award-winning revival of Anything Goes. Joel’s dramatic stage roles include the Roundabout Theatre production of Give Me Your Answer, Do! (Drama Desk nomination) and Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart at the Public Theatre, which he co-directed with George C. Wolfe in its Broadway premiere (Drama Desk Award, Tony nomination). Further film credits include Man on A Swing, Buffalo Bill and the Indians, The Seven Percent Solution, Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Kafka, The Player, The Music of Chance, The Fantasticks, Dancer in the Dark and Choke. Recent television appearances include "Brooklyn Bridge" (Emmy nomination), "OZ," "Law and Order: CI," "House," "Brothers & Sisters," "Private Practice,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Nurse Jackie” and "Warehouse 13." Joel has three books of photographs, Pictures I Had to Take (2003), Looking Hard at Unexamined Things (2006) and 1.3 – Images From My Phone (2009); his fourth monograph, The Billboard Papers, will be published in fall 2013. In 2011, he was the subject of an exhibition at The Museum of the City of New York, Joel Grey/A New York Life.