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About Lili Marlene - Off Broadway

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Jun 6, 2018


Lili Marlene, the original musical love story of Rosie Penn, the famous cabaret singer, and Count Hans Wilhelm van Kleister Graff, is set in the last year of the Weimar German Republic and into the 3rd Reich period. As the dark clouds of Fascist takeover become clearer, the Count, as the head of the passport bureau of the State Department, works to get the VIP German cultural and scientific elite out of German. The Count realizes that he must leave and get his surviving family out before the shadowy inhumanity of anti-Semitism descends upon them as National Healthcare and Immigration Reform, Industrial Unity and National Pride become the motto of the new Nazi Party.

Lili Marlene has been praised as “a stand alone and unique show... I highly recommend Lili Marlene” (, “Come to the Cabaret…tale with incredible talent” (The Examiner – Los Angeles), “performers are all highly skilled actors and singers, especially Amy Londyn as cabaret performer Rosie Penn” (Broadway World), “Director Mark Blowers brings out everyone’s best.” (Tolucan Times), and “The play is a sweeping classic… story is imaginative, not historical, but a tale worth knowing.” (Arts Beat LA).

The critically acclaimed Los Angeles production of the musical, included a Valley Theatre Award for *Outstanding Actress in a Musical – Amy Londyn, and was nominated for eight total Valley Theatre Awards, (Best Play Musical; Best Director of Musical; Best Writing of a Musical; Outstanding Actor in a Musical; *Outstanding Actress in a Musical; two for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical and Featured Actress in a Musical).


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