Tom directed Kander and Ebb’s masterpiece at the English Theatre Frankfurt and the Deutsches Theater Munich, with an English-speaking company and creative team, and a German-speaking band and production team.

The production, set in an abandoned railway station, drew sold-out houses and rave reviews drawing attention to contemporary European politics.

“Greatly played, imaginatively staged … A Threepenny Opera, wild, colorful, frivolous, yet full of quiet moments.”Frankfurter Rundschau

“Director Tom Littler establishes relations with today’s conditions […] every second person thinks: BolsonaroTrumpAfD.” Franfurter Neue Presse

“Littler’s perfectly staged production focuses on interpersonal relationships, all of which fail due to external (political) circumstances.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

“CABARET is considered by connoisseurs to be genius of the genre … Frankfurt turns it into one of the best winter productions of recent years.” Offenbach Post

“Good music, strong actors and a production that is more relevant than ever.” Journal Frankfurt


Greg Castiglioni, Helen Reuben, Richard Derrington, Sarah Shelton, Ryan Saunders, Miles Paloma, Hannah Cauchi, Matt Blaker, Lindsay Goodhand, Hendrick January, Lawrence Guntert, Dominique Jackson, Charis Murray, Adam O’Shea


Creative Team
Directed by Tom Littler

Choreography by Cydney Uffindel-Phillips

Musical supervision by Tom Attwood

Set and costume design by Neil Irish
Lighting design by Richard G Jones
Sound design by Stephan Weber
Associate direction by Gabbie Bird