While Cabaret depicted Germany as its desperate hedonism reached a boiling point just before the Nazis’ rise, Grand Hotel takes another step back in time to portray the country in happier interwar years. In the hallways of the eponymous Berlin hotel, characters from all life’s walks cross paths. The musical, staged here by Lakewood Theatre Company, is based on the 1929 novel and Best Picture–winning 1932 film of the same name.
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