Posts about: The Cabaret

Tony DeSare Widens His Audience With The Song Diaries

October 19, 2020

“If there is a great, silver lining to the pandemic, it is that I still get to perform every day. I have all these people virtually gathering around the piano. It has really kept me going through all of this, both creatively and musically. I... read more

The Cabaret Engages Audiences Through Virtual Progamming

June 4, 2020

“What good is sitting along in your room? Come hear the music play. Life is a cabaret, oh chum. Come to the cabaret.” Those lyrics by Fred Ebb from the musical “Cabaret” now carry such irony during the pandemic. The song came to mind when... read more

Impresario Jim Caruso Goes Virtual With ‘Pajama Cast Party’

April 23, 2020

Who could ever have imagined that one day such iconic TV shows as The Tonight Show, Saturday Night Live and the recent, star-studded “One World: Together At Home” concert, streamed all over the world, would feature celebrities performing from their living rooms? Yet, it’s now... read more

Faith Prince and Broadway colleagues soon to grace Palladium stage

February 26, 2020

As it turns out, musical theatre and cabaret star Faith Prince is no stranger to the Indianapolis area and may see lots of familiar faces in the audience when she joins fellow performers Andrea McArdle, Maureen McGovern and Donna McKechnie for “4Girls4: Broadway’s Leading Ladies”... read more

Manhattan’s mystique and allure remain intact

December 4, 2019

My very first time in New York City was in 1979. I went there to reunite with my college theatre school buddy, Emmy Award winner Julia Barr. At the time, my fellow Fort Wayne, Indiana native was a daytime-TV star on the popular soap opera... read more

Arts advocate Marianne Tobias gets to the heart of the matter

October 31, 2019

Classical pianist, author, musicologist, arts patron and philanthropist Marianne Tobias will be presented with the Kathryn Taurel Women of the Arts Award, named in memory of outstanding arts volunteer Kathryn Taurel, at the Indianapolis Opera Ball. The event titled, “Elixer of Love,” will take place... read more

Sutton Foster shows off her Broadway pedigree in ISO Pops concert

October 24, 2018

Broadway megastar Sutton Foster was the headliner Saturday for an Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Pops concert, “An Evening with Sutton Foster,” led by Principal Pops Conductor Jack Everly at the Hilbert Circle Theatre. Though I have never seen her perform on Broadway, I had the great... read more