Thursday, June 22, 2017

Amy Lamé to star on National Theatre River Stage by Tim Bano

The National Theatre has announced the line-up for its summer River Stage Festival. Cabaret venue the Glory returns to the festival on

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VIDEO: Cabaret Superstar Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho Explains Why She Should be Prime Minister by BroadwayWorld

Margaret Thatcher Queen of Game Shows is returning to the Underbelly Festival Southbank in London next week for a 5 night run and brings us a new video detailing the top 10 reasons why shesh…

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner Set Fall Encore for Unattached Cabaret Show by Robert Viagas

The pair earned a joint Tony nomination as conjoined twins in the original Side Show.

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Faith Soloway Previews Songs from 'TRANSPARENT' Musical at Joe's Pub by BroadwayWorld

Faith Soloway, a writer and producer of the hit Amazon series TRANSPARENT, appeared at Joe's Pub on June 19th to present her cabaret show, 'Should 'Transparent' Become a Musical' During the …

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To Be Or Not To Be In Love – That Is the Question? A Fringe Peek by Guest Writer

The idea for my show started 6 years ago after I attended a voice workshop, when one of the coaches told me that I would be good at doing cabaret; I never thought of doing that.  At the tim…

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Rachel Tucker to Appear in a Unique Fundraiser at Bridge House Theatre by BroadwayWorld

For one evening our joint artistic director Rachel Tucker brings her critical acclaimed cabaret to the Bridge House Theatre with a unique twist.

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017

These Trees Are Made of Blood review – Argentina's dirty war becomes a cabaret by Lyn Gardner

Arcola, LondonA satire set in a seedy nightclub turns a revealing spotlight on the evil trickery of the 1970s junta and the scandal of the ‘disappeared’During Argentina’s rightwing dic…

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Miss Hope Springs: The Devil Made Me Do It review at Wigmore Hall, London – ‘witty and bittersweet cabaret’ by Paul Vale

There is a fine line between character comedy and drag. Both Barry Humphries and Paul O’Grady gave their drag persona such a

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Review: Review: These Trees Are Made of Blood (Arcola Theatre)

Amy Draper directs this political musical cabaret set in the heart of Argentina's Dirty War

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What’s HOT at the 2017 Melbourne Cabaret Festival by Arts Review

Australia’s Queen of Cabaret, Dolly Diamond has taken the reins of this year’s Melbourne Cabaret Festival bringing together ten Australian premiere shows along with some of the best …

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Ute Lemper leaves the Weimar’s dark bars to bring positivity to her British audience by Vanessa Thorpe Arts and Media Correspondent

Cabaret star hopes new show based on Paulo Coehlo’s work will inspire UK fansUte Lemper, the queen of dark and subversive cabaret, is known for her interpretation of the bleak songs of Kur…

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BWW Review: THESE TREES ARE MADE OF BLOOD, Arcola Theatre by Gary Naylor

These Tress Are Made Of Blood tells the story of Argentina's Dirty War using cabaret as a vehicle to describe the horrors and the politics that drove it.

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Friday, June 16, 2017

Aladdin's Courtney Reed to Make Solo Cabaret Debut at Feinstein's/54 Below This Sunday by BroadwayWorld

Courtney Reed, current and original star of Disney's Aladdin on Broadway and veteran of In The Heights and Mamma Mia, is set to make her solo cabaret debut this Sunday evening at Feinstein's…

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Cabaret News: Aladdin's Courtney Reed Makes Solo Cabaret Debut

Reed's show will take place at Feinstein's/54 Below this Sunday.

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Sally Field to Discuss Storied Career, Tennessee Williams and More in Provincetown by BroadwayWorld

Producer Rick Murray has added award-winning actress Sally Field to the star-studded lineup of the 2017 Cabaret Series.

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Exclusive: Charles Busch Plans to Reinvent His Cabaret Persona This Fall by Robert Viagas

The drag icon will emphasize “trouser” roles for his club appearances, starting in October.

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Wayne Cilento, Judy Kaye, Carole Demas to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Broadhurst Theatre by Robert Viagas

Feinstein’s/54 Below will salute the home of the original Cabaret, Fiorello!, and Fosse.

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Helena Blackman and Daniel Boys announced for A Spoonful of Sherman this August

A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN will run 7 - 20 August at Live at Zedel this summer and casting has now been announced for this musical theatre cabaret filled with classics...

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Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs  by Arts Review

Named one of the most fun people in show business by Time Magazine, Olivier and Tony Award winning actor, singer and author, Alan Cumming returns to Brisbane and Melbourne this week, followi…

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Christie Whelan Browne: Vigil by Arts Review

Over the years the Adelaide Cabaret Festival has provided the launching pad for several musicals, perhaps the most notable being Eddie Perfect’s Shane Warne – The Musical. Receiving …

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

LA STRADA – The Other Palace by Olivia Mitchell

La Strada is definitely the musical which I have been most pleasantly surprised by so far this year. I am a fan of going into shows without looking them up first and I went into The Other Pa…

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Briefs: Close Encounters by Arts Review

Claiming to combine the traditions of circus, the extremities of physical theatre, the artistry of drag, the bravado of burlesque, the debauchery of speakeasies and the showmanship of cabare…

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BWW Picks for Best Cabaret Shows in NYC This Week, 6/12 to 6/18 by Bww Staff

Published every Monday, BroadwayWorld Cabaret writers will pick their top recommendations for shows throughout NYC during the upcoming week.

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Comic Matteo Lane: 'If You're Gay, Walking Onstage is Inflammatory' by Justin Moran

Michael MustoMichael MustoChicago-born, New York-based comic Matteo Lane is a rising star of comedy, with a resume consisting of constant club shows around the country and an appearance on L…

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Comic Matteo Lane: 'If You're Gay, Walking Onstage is Inflammatory' by Justin Moran

Michael MustoMichael MustoChicago-born, New York-based comic Matteo Lane is a rising star of comedy, with a resume consisting of constant club shows around the country and an appearance on L…

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EDINBURGH 2017: Pick Of The Programme- Cabaret by Natalie O'Donoghue

BroadwayWorld reviewer Natalie O'Donoghue selects her top picks from the cabaret section of the Edinburgh Fringe programme.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

What’s HOT at the 2017 Adelaide Cabaret Festival by Arts Review

Over 16 days and nights, Adelaide Cabaret Festival Artistic directors Ali McGregor and Eddie Perfect have served up a program of 430 artists in 147 performances. Discover new venues and old…

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Paulo Szot: Salute to Broadway by Sandi Durell

  A newly minted American citizen takes the Broadway repertoire to Brazil and back.       By Joel Benjamin   Paulo Szot’s Salute to Broadway was as close to perfec…

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

HOLLYWOOD FRINGE 2017: Orange Mango Cabaret by Steven Morris

The post HOLLYWOOD FRINGE 2017: Orange Mango Cabaret appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Feinstein’s/54 Below to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Broadhurst Theatre by Robert Viagas

The Manhattan cabaret will salute the home of the original Cabaret, Fiorello!, and Fosse.

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