7:30 p.m., Reynolds Center Performance Hall, UCA. $30-$32.
UCA sets the stage for a one-night-only engagement of the celebrated, oft-revived musical “Cabaret.” Set on a backdrop of the Weimar Republic in the early '30s, the racy play revolves around performers at a Berlin nightspot, the Kit Kat Klub, an American writer and the growing political unrest around them. The play won a “Best Musical” Tony (one of 12 total) during the play's initial run in 1966, was adapted by Bob Fosse into a now-classic film, and enjoyed a long, illustrious run during its Sam Mendes/Rob Marshall co-directed 1998 revival. UCA will host Windwood Productions, a NYC-based touring company, for the performance. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m.