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Amanda Palmer, center, stars in "Cabaret" at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge. (Marcus Stern/ART)
Amanda Palmer, center, stars in "Cabaret" at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge. (Marcus Stern/ART)

Singer and pianist Amanda Palmer of the Dresden Dolls is bringing her "punk cabaret" aesthetic to an actual cabaret — "Cabaret," the Broadway show depicting a seedy Berlin nightspot in 1931, on the eve of Nazi ascendancy.

Palmer's new production at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge reunites her with her former drama teacher at Lexington High School, director Steven Bogart, as well as a whole "dream team" from her past.

Palmer joins us live in the studio and takes your calls and comments.

  • "Cabaret" runs through Oct. 29 at the ART's Oberon venue in Harvard Square. (tickets)
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