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Kahn Artist: Madeline And Me
Kahn Artist: Madeline And Me
7/31 - 10/16/2024

A perfect show for Madeline Kahn fans past, present and future! Eden Casteel remembers, rejoices, and renews our love for this iconic performer.

Arielle Dundas: Hyperactivity Disorder

Arielle Dundas explores the ways her ADHD has impacted her life from making carelesss mistakes to breaking her own heart. From misplacing her keys to ...

ENCORE presentation of the MAC-Nominated show! " Talk about taking chances, braving risks, and not being afraid to look foolish! . . . Yet I found ...

Kati Neiheisel returns to Pangea in a new show celebrating Julie London, Billboard Magazine's Female Artist of the Year in 1955, 1956 and 1957. London was ...

Kati Neiheisel: London By Night

Kati Neiheisel returns to Pangea in a new show celebrating Julie London, Billboard Magazine's Female Artist of the Year in 1955, 1956 and 1957. London was ...

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Latest Cabaret Reviews

Review: Liz Callaway & Jason Graae's HAPPILY EVER LAUGHTER Is a Hit at 54 Below

by Rob Lester - July 05, 2024

There's a perfect pair this week at 54 Below: a dazzling, delicious, dynamic, dynamite duo. Decades-long friends Liz Callaway and Jason Graae sparkle with real chemistry and connection. The opening on the night on July 3rd had plenty of fireworks of its own. Their bang-up job continues on July 5 and...

Review: Jenn Bornstein's Touching Tribute DIARY OF A PIZZA BAGEL'S DAUGHTER at Don't Tell Mama

by Analisa Bell - July 05, 2024

Entering with a rousing mash-up of Michael John LaChiusa’s “Welcome to my Party” and “I Love Being Here with You” by Peggy Lee and Bill Schluger, Bornstein set the tone with a hilarious and touching homage to her father, who sadly passed away during the pandemic. The show is a touching homage to a w...

Review: Shannon Daley Thrills in LOVE AND LET DIE: CONFESSIONS OF A BOND GIRL at Don't Tell Mama

by Analisa Bell - July 04, 2024

On Friday June 28, the audience at Don’t Tell Mama was taken on a journey of theatrical storytelling by singer and actress Shannon Daley. This highly original, intriguing piece of theater (which worked surprisingly well in a cabaret space), was well worth another run. This reviewer hopes Daley and h...

MONTHLY BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE to a major music figure!

by Rob Lester - July 01, 2024

He was known as 'the man who owned Broadway': Born the first week in July, he wrote/produced/starred in dozens of Broadway shows and a statue of him stands in a key spot in the theatre district. His legacy still shines every 4th of July. We salute this writer, dancer, singer, actor, and producer, Ge...

Review: James Beaman Is Full of Love & Laughter in LIVED EXPERIENCE at the Triad

by Rebecca Kaplan - June 28, 2024

James Beaman is fabulously himself in his new solo show. LIVED EXPERIENCE takes a tongue-in-cheek look at everything from Gen Z’s and millennial’s obsession with “safety” and trigger words to Beaman’s own life and long career in acting, cabaret and drag performance....

Review: Alexis Michelle Shines in HEROINE WORSHIP at Joe's Pub

by Nathan Johnson - June 27, 2024

Michelle paid tribute to Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Stockard Channing, Dionne Warwick, and many others, each song revealing new sides of Alexis and showcasing her range as both a singer and an actress. With the change of a lyric, she could shift from funny to touching, from charm...

Review: Zoë Van Tieghem's OUT OF THE BOX at Green Room 42 Was Joyously Queer

by Rose Singer - June 26, 2024

Zoë Van Tieghem, no stranger to the performing arts, gracefully strode onto the stage on June 18th, where she hosted a wonderfully gay evening at the Green Room 42. From the first note of her opening number to the final notes of the closer, she makes performing look effortless....

Review: Death of Classical Presents BEETHOVEN STRING QUARTET OP. 132 at Green-Wood Cemetery

by Eliana Sara - June 26, 2024

Death of Classical is known for curating classical music and opera performances throughout NYC’s prettiest crypts and cemeteries. This performance of Beethoven’s Final String Quartet was a part of DoC’s Angel’s Share concert series, which took place at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery from Thursday th...

Review: Linda Eder is Breathtaking at 54 Below

by Nathan Johnson - June 22, 2024

Linda Eder is a talent so magnificent, she doesn't seem real. Song after song, with a constant sparkle in her eye, Eder drops to the lowest lows and soars to the highest heights with ease. To be in a room with that voice is a privilege. One moment, her rich tones carry you away; the next, they break...

Review: Broadway's Own Honor Their Italian American Heritage at 54 Below

by Sharon Ellman - June 22, 2024

This reviewer was thrilled and still humming the tunes while leaving the famed venue after THAT'S AMORE on June 20th at 54 Below. Bravissimo, I say!...


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