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Kabarett (from French cabaret = tavern) is a form of cabaret which developed in Germany from 1901, with the creation of the Überbrettl venue, and that by the Weimar era in the mid 1920s was characterized by political satire and gallows humor. It shared the characteristic atmosphere of intimacy with the French cabaret from which it was imported, but the gallows humor was a distinct German aspect. Other differences were that it consisted only of sketches, satire and parodies without any show elements.
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n. cabaret, cafe or restaurant that includes live entertainment
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