A poster for an 1879 production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic operetta H.M.S. Pinafore . The two men collaborated on fourteen acclaimed shows. W.S. Gilbert wrote the libretto, or text of the shows, while Arthur Sullivan composed the music.
while showing off their good looks. Later on, this became a show that gradually added more and more nudity, focusing less on the musical aspects. The cabaret has roots in France, with the word cabaret referring to any business that had the right to sell liquor. This could be a bar, club, or other venue . The first cabaret venue,
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