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Stephen Mosher

SENIOR EDITOR

Stephen Mosher

Stephen Mosher is the author of The Sweater Book (a collection of his photography featuring celebrated artists from the entertainment communities of New York, Los Angeles, and London), Lived In Crazy (a memoir about his colorful life and that of his family) and the upcoming Stephen Mosher Stories (a 'best of' collection of four decades of his photography).  He and his husband, actor Pat Dwyer, are the subjects of the romantic marriage equality documentary film Married and Counting (available on Amazon, Itunes, and Youtube).  Stephen was the Health and Fitness columnist for EDGE Magazine online and is occasionally a contributing writer for the entertainment website HOTCHKA.  Aside from his writing, Stephen's other passions are his work as a personal trainer and his family.  Instagram: @dozermosher  Twitter: StephenMosher1  Website: StephenMosher.com


Belle Goodman
Belle Goodman

Bobby Patrick
Bobby Patrick

Heigh Ho Friends & “Family”! Bobby Patrick your RAINBOW Reviewer here. Putting the silent T in CABARET to bring you all the T. I am a queer reviewer, specializing in the seedy underbelly of the cabaret world with my own Queer Rainbow's Eye View of it all. I studied theatre in college, but got over that and followed a career in entertainment/theatrical advertising for nearly 2 decades.  Now I'm a freelance contributor, ready to bring you my Sunshine, Rainbows, and Rants for Broadway World's Cabaret (with a silent T) section, and fill you in on what's up in the Pubs, Rooms and Back Rooms (wink) of New York's entertainment community.


Cary Wong
Cary Wong

Cary Wong writes theater and film reviews for his own review website: The Interested Bystander.  He is also a columnist and reviewer (covering film scores & film and stage musicals) for Film Score Monthly Online.  Cary has also written reviews for Out magazine, Metro newspaper (NY) and Metro Weekly (DC).  He has served on the Lucille Lortel Awards Committee (for Off-Broadway Excellence) and the Theatre World Awards Committee (Outstanding Broadway/Off-Broadway Debut) and won a Third-Place citation in 2020 from The Los Angeles Press Club’s National Entertainment Journalism Awards for criticism.   He is a member of GALECA, The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics. Cary is also a playwright.  Instagram


Isabella Babich
Isabella Babich

Isabella Babich is a Cabaret enthusiast, studying the artform in college at NYU. She is the creator of the short documentary The Cabaret Torch which explores how people define cabaret, what people are currently doing in the art form, and why it is still relevant today. She has worked at The Green Room 42 for over 3 years helping artists get their work to the stage. Cabaret and theatre are a big part of her life and she hopes to find new ways to involve herself in the great community.

 


Kevin Alvey
Kevin Alvey

Kevin Alvey is an Actors Equity Union Member who spent the first part of his career as a singer/actor/dancer/director in musical theater and cabaret shows around the world and on the high seas.  As a multi-lingual Irish Tenor he has lived and performed for years at a time in Northern/Southern Europe (Swiss based), Japan, the Caribbean, Australia, and all across the U.S. and Canada – from Florida to Alaska!
Performance highlights include HELLO DOLLY (as “Barnaby” with Marilyn Maye), THE SECRET GARDEN (“Dickon”), CABARET (“Emcee” also “Tomorrow Belongs..” soloist), BIG RIVER, GYPSY, EVITA, and proudly originating two shows -
In a Really Useful Group’s original opening international company of CATS (as “Skimbleshanks” & also stand-by for “Mungojerrie”) in the only bi-lingual production of the show to date, choreographed by Gillian Lynne and directed by John Yost…
AND
as one of the original “Quasimodo”s for Disney’s THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME live.
While this “Mickey Rooney” wanna-be waits to grow into his “elder Rooney” type, he fulfills his creative passions by photographing live cabaret/nightclub/theater performances primarily in the NYC area (social media “KevPix NY”) with an occasional foray into write-ups of said performances.
His photos have been published in The New York Times, NY Post, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Kansas City Magazine, Cabaret Scenes, and here on Broadway World.


Michael Walters
Michael Walters