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Dates:Saturday, February 18, 2023 - Saturday, February 18, 2023
Hours:7:30 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Cost:$$ see below

Don’t miss the chance to experience Being Robin the movie with a live performance by actor/comedian Roger Kabler before the movie at Beverly’s Cabot Theatre Saturday, February 18th at 7:30 pm!

Roger Kabler, an actor, comic, and impressionist, will be bringing his tribute performance to the Cabot Theatre with a tribute to the inimitable Robin Williams.

Kabler created this show out of his passion for Williams, aiming to remember him and keep his memory alive.

Variety magazine describes Kabler as “an astounding impressionist”, and the movie “Being Robin” made with his live show footage has been highly praised for its honesty and heartfelt admiration for Williams.

Tickets for the show are available from the Cabot Theatre box office at 978-927-3100 or online and cost $34.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm on the day of the show.

The Cabot Theatre is located at 286 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915.

Don’t miss this chance!

Saturday, February 18th at 7:30 pm – Doors Open at 6:30 pm The Cabot Theatre, 286 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Roger Kabler, professional actor, comedian, and impressionist, will bring his movie to Beverly’s Cabot Theatre on Saturday, February 18th at 7:30 pm.

As a teenager, Kabler was inspired and delighted by Robin Williams for many years and, like millions of others, he was devastated by Robin’s passing.

However, Kabler was haunted by images of Robin that kept flashing in his mind and he even felt possessed by him at times.

He was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder and was told that he was suffering from delusions, but Robin didn’t go away.

Kabler felt Robin pulling at him, urging him to help him, saying “I need to get back to work”.

In response, Kabler created a stage show as a tribute to Robin, to ensure that he would be remembered for his spectacular wit, genius, and humanity.

The show toured America for several years and thousands of people saw it, many of whom said they felt Robin’s presence during the show.

Kabler then decided to tell his story in a film using footage from live shows and reenacting events around it.

He called it “Being Robin” and raised money to hire a crew to shoot it.

However, due to the Covid pandemic, they were unable to finish the film.

Kabler then decided to wrap the footage they had with narration to fill in the gaps and spent two years editing it.

“Being Robin” has elements of a documentary, with re-enactments of events, and a bit of fantasy, and Kabler coined its style “Genre Fluid”.

The film features Alainna Rodgers in her film debut and a cameo by actor/comedian Bill Kirchenbauer.

Many people who have seen “Being Robin” have been very impacted by its rawness and sense of deep love and devotion for Robin Williams.

Kabler hopes that the film will help bring people together and raise awareness about the struggles of Bipolar disorder.

He also hopes that it will give the audience a chance to see what Robin might have done if given a chance to come back for a little while.

Ultimately, “Being Robin” is Kabler’s love letter to Robin Williams, and he hopes that it will help keep his memory alive.

The Cabot Theatre, where Kabler’s show will be held, is a North Shore treasure and a legacy of the visionary showmanship and architectural passion of the Ware Brothers.

It opened on December 8, 1920, as a dream palace for vaudeville and silent movies and it was hailed as “the most impressive auditorium of its size east of New York.” Over the first 15 months of operations, community engagement with the Cabot was truly phenomenal as expressed in donations, volunteer hours, and attendance at live music events and film screenings.

Tickets for the show are available starting at $34 and can be purchased through the Cabot Theatre box office at 978-927-3100 or online.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm on the day of the show.

For more information about the Cabot Theatre, visit

Don’t miss this special tribute show honoring the memory and talent of Robin Williams.

Get your tickets today and be a part of this unforgettable experience.

Saturday, February 18th at 7:30 pm – Doors Open at 6:30 pm The Cabot Theatre, 286 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915

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Tickets starting at $34



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Phone: 978-927-3100


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