By Michelle Kazanowski
While he may not be a stranger to the stage, it is not very often that Kim David Smith, one of the stars of The Cape Playhouse’s upcoming production of Cabaret, performs in musical theatre. You may have read in this New York Times article about the thirty-three year old Australian’s cabaret shows in New York City, however this August he will have the opportunity to depict the iconic role of the Emcee in the classic musical directed by Playhouse favorite Hunter Foster.
This past week Smith answered a few questions for us to share with our Cape Playhouse audiences. Here’s what he had to say about his artistry, his fellow cast members, and Cabaret‘s relevance in regards to the current political atmosphere.