Cabaret is a musical that debuted on Broadway in 1966 and was followed by a 1972 film production. It is based on John Van Druten's play I Am A Camera, which was adapted from Christopher Isherwood's novel Goodbye to Berlin. The musical is set in Berlin in 1931 at the time that the Nazis were rising to power. Cabaret follows English cabaret performer Sally Bowles (an American Liza Minnelli in the film version) and her relationship with a writer, Cliff Bradshaw. The song "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" appears in both the musical and the film and has been mistaken for a genuine Nazi anthem. Various white supremacist groups have recorded the song, despite the fact that it was composed by Jewish writers Fred Ebb and John Kander.