Posts about: The Cabaret

DakhaBrakha Dazzles with a Cornucopia of Sounds at The Cabaret

September 15, 2022

DakhaBrakha – Courtesy of Dave Pluimer. Used with permission. Performing Tuesday at The Cabaret for one night only was DakhaBrakha, world music quartet from Kyiv, Ukraine. It was an intriguing evening of music, expressing sounds that were magical, mystical, exotic, and even weird, in a... read more

The Cabaret Fall-Winter Season Represents Best Of The Best

September 2, 2022

Recently I had the opportunity to sit down at The Cabaret with artistic director and CEO Shannon Forsell to chat about the fall-winter season at the retro style venue which has been recognized for its status as “the undisputed Midwest home for cabaret entertainment,” featuring... read more

Telly Leung Returns Home For His The Cabaret Debut

October 20, 2021

Actor-singer-songwriter Telly Leung is finally getting his chance to play The Cabaret, where he had previously been booked for a 2020 engagement before it was canceled during the pandemic. Now it’s time for a redo when Leung and his trio make their debut appearance in... read more

‘Collective Effervescence’ Makes A Comeback At The Cabaret

September 20, 2021

        2021-22 The Cabaret Season performers – L. to R. Megan Hilty, Flor de Taloache, Telley Leung, The Skivies, Lasana Kazembe, Well- Strung, Beth Leavel, and Ana Gasteyer – Courtesy of The Cabaret. Used with permission. Despite the curve thrown by the... read more

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