Emma Stone, Theatre Buff, Dr. Oz, Broadway Cares, Sienna Miller, and more!

Cabaret has continued to be an absolutely surreal experience. Some highlights below:

1. Emma Stone succeeded Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles on November 11, and graced Studio 54 with her energy, kindness, and breathtaking performances through February 15. Check out Ben Brantley's rave review in the New York Times.

2. Evan was named The Broadway Blog's Theatre Buff for the month of November. Please follow the link for a fun interview and some semi-scandalous pictures.

3. On November 14, Alan Cumming and the Kit Kat Boys appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to surprise an inspiring young woman named Claire Wineland with tickets to Cabaret. Claire is currently battling cystic fibrosis, and has been a tremendous source of optimism, energy, and strength for people around the world. Check out the segment to watch Claire's priceless reaction, and please visit Claire's Place Foundation to learn more about her remarkable story and to help support her efforts.

4. The Kit Kat Club continued to be flooded with an extraordinary collection of notable audience members. Favorites included Liam Neeson, Jennifer Lawrence, Helen Mirren, Jessica Lange, Jon Bon Jovi, and none other than Sir Paul McCartney himself!

5. Cabaret has been a tremendous supporter of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, raising almost $500,000 through online auctions, merchandise sales, and post-show collections. As always, it is an incredible honor to help support such a worthy cause.

6. Also in support of BC/EFA, the cast of Cabaret recorded a track for Carols for a Cure, a collection of holiday songs performed by the casts of various Broadway shows. Cabaret performed a gorgeous arrangement, penned by our very own Caleb Damschroder, that intricately interwove "Silent Night" in German with the Chanukah song "Mi Zeh Hidlik" in Hebrew.

7. In February, the stunning Sienna Miller joined the cast as Sally Bowles. Fresh off of roles in not one, but two, Academy Award-nominated films (American Sniper and Foxcatcher), Sienna took the Kit Kat Club by storm with her fiery performance. Ben Brantley raved once again in the New York Times, and audiences were treated to yet another brilliant interpretation of one of the greatest roles in musical theatre history.

And now, after running for nearly a year, grossing over $40 million, and bringing this haunting, challenging, and devastatingly relevant story to nearly half a million people, Cabaret has come to an end. Words could never even begin to describe this all-consuming, mind blowing, and life-changing experience. As Sally Bowles would succinctly put it, "It was a fine affair, but now it's over."

Stay tuned for updates and upcoming projects!