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Elow – Erich Lowinsky

Elow was the stage name of Erich Lowinsky, a Weimar-era cabaret Conferencier. He is perhaps most famous for his Kabarett De Namenlosen ( Cabaret Of The Nameless)  which debuted in 1926 at the Monbijou  Cabaret -formally The Weisse Maus-  in … Continue reading

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Berlin’s Got Talent *

In 1926, cabaret conferencier Erich Lowinsky ( or Elow)  had an idea. He placed advertisements in Berlin newspapers reading: ” The experimental stage. We seek young talents, whom we will give the opportunity of performing before the metropolitan public every … Continue reading

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