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Vocalist Sybil Evans Stages Jazz Comeback At Age 90 With The Sybil Evans Trio

At age 90, Sybil Evans makes a triumphant return to the jazz scene with the Sybil Evans Trio. Learn more!
Urban Stages to Present 15th Annual WINTER RHYTHMS Featuring 22 Shows and Over 100 Performers

Join Urban Stages for the 15th Annual WINTER RHYTHMS 2023, featuring 22 shows, over 11 days, and more than 100 performers. From cabaret to jazz and everything in between, this award-winning series is a must-see event for music and performance lovers. Don't miss out on this spectacular showcase!
Patti Bottino-Bravo Brings ACT 3 to The Laurie Beechman Theatre

An encore performance of a new show about one woman's unexpected reaction to facing retirement and finally doing what she always said she wanted to do. Featuring songs spanning the 1950s through the 1990s from musical theater, pop, rock, and jazz genres, with new twists on familiar tunes and some hidden gems.
Patti Bottino-Bravo Brings ACT 3 to the Laurie Beechman Theatre

Patti Bottino-Bravo celebrates endings, beginnings, and everything in between with the Gregory Toroian Trio. When a half-century of working a day job ends, and the expectations don't quite meet the reality, the only thing to do about it is... SING! Featuring songs spanning the 1950s through the 1990s from musical theater, pop, rock, and jazz genres, with new twists on familiar tunes and some hidden gems.
News: WINTER RHYTHMS at Urban Stages Releases Full Lineup

URBAN STAGE's annual Winter Rhythms cabaret series has announced the full run-down of shows and acts to play in the 2022 season
Singer-Pianist Barrett Taylor Has Passed Away

Singer and pianist Barrett Taylor passed away in New York City on June 29, 2022. He was 76.
BWW Interview: Sue Matsuki of 38 SEASONS OF LOVE at Feinstein's/54 Below June 2nd

As Sue Matsuki prepares for her debut at 54 Below, she waxes poetic and practical about thirty-eight years in the business in this chat with Broadway World Cabaret's Stephen Mosher.
Jimmy Webb to Receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 37th Annual Bistro Awards

Three-time Grammy Award winner and iconic songwriter-performer Jimmy Webb will be honored at the 37th Annual Bistro Awards where he will be receiving the ASCAP–Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award, the Bistro Awards’ highest honor, for musical and storytelling accomplishments over his five decades-plus career.
BWW Interview: At Home with GOLDEN DOOR SCHOLARSHIP Founder Rian Keating

Rian Keating puts himself out on a line when he performs his club acts, but this deaf cabaret singing storyteller also puts himself on a line every day, living the life he wants to and helping those in need... and from the day the teenage Rian arrived in New York City, that's been his way.
Leslie Anderson, Matt Berman, Elaine Brier and More Join PIANO BAR LIVE!

Featuring new performers with every show, Piano Bar Live! A Night at Rose's Turn, Part 3, streams tomorrow Tuesday, December 22nd at 7:15 pm ET, with hosts Scott Barbarino and Mark Alan celebrating the now iconic club, Roses Turn.
BWW Interview: Sue Matsuki of WINTER RHYTHMS at Urban Stages

Six online concerts will replace 20 show in person... but you know with Urban Stages involved, the shows will be good.
THE MAMA ROSE SHOW Talks With Maia Nero

Brooklyn Heights-based artist, singer, poet, dancer, actress and jump roper Maia Nero, who originally hails from Rochester, New York, is this week's special guest on New York City-based actor and cabaret star Stephen S. Miller's 'The Mama Rose Show.'
MAC Nominee KATHRYNE LANGFORD Extends Run of New Show FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH at Don't Tell Mama Starting Today

Five years after her well-received show 'Jazz and Cocktails,' 2008 MAC Award nominee Kathryne Langford returns to the cabaret stage with a compelling and topical new show, 'For What It's Worth.' Directed by multiple MAC Award winner Lennie Watts, Langford's show features songs by Stephen Stills, Bob Dylan, Lennon & McCartney, Sting, David Frishberg, Johnny Mercer and Henri Mancini, and more. The show is at Don't Tell Mama on July 13, September 7, and November 13, all at 7 pm.
MAC Nominee KATHRYNE LANGFORD Extends Run of New Show FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH at Don't Tell Mama Starting 7/13

Five years after her well-received show 'Jazz and Cocktails,' 2008 MAC Award nominee Kathryne Langford returns to the cabaret stage with a compelling and topical new show, 'For What It's Worth.' Directed by multiple MAC Award winner Lennie Watts, Langford's show features songs by Stephen Stills, Bob Dylan, Lennon & McCartney, Sting, David Frishberg, Johnny Mercer and Henri Mancini, and more. The show is at Don't Tell Mama on July 13, September 7, and November 13, all at 7 pm.
Sue Matsuki & Gregory Toroian Continue Monthly Series COMING HOME TO MAMA

Sue Matsuki & Gregory Toroian continue their monthly series Coming Home to Mama with If I Could Talk to the Animals - a show chock full of tunes about animals that became standards! Did you know that Sarah Vaughan recorded a song about a frisky lion or that a love song that Diana Krall sings is from Dr. Dolittle and was originally sung to a seal? Or that a song called "The Snake" actually refers to an agent? The special guests for this upcoming performance are the one and only Sidney Myer and legendary bass player Jay Leonhart. This series continues Friday, April 7th at 7 pm at Don't Tell Mama and celebrates Sue and Gregory's 23 years of artistic collaboration.
Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs Remembers Jan Wallman

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) will honor the legendary Jan Wallman (1922-2015) in an afternoon of songs and stories.
Jim Speake Brings SWEET LIFE THE SHOW to Don't Tell Mama

On Sunday September 25th and Saturday October 8th, Jim Speake brings back his acclaimed show, "Sweet Life the Show" to Don't Tell Mama. Both shows are at 4pm.
BWW Review: The First Annual International Cabaret Festival's Hall of Fame Inductions Pack New York's Metropolitan Room

The brainchild of Metropolitan Room managing partner Bernie Furshpan, his General Manager Joseph Macchia, and Cabaret Scenes Magazine Publisher Peter Leavy, New York's first International Cabaret Festival (February 17-21) debuted Wednesday night at the Met Room with performances and inductions into the newly established Cabaret Hall of Fame (an actual location for Hall and its memorabilia to be determined at a later date). Clubs hosting this year's festival include The Metropolitan Room, Don't Tell Mama, The Duplex, Feinstein's/54 Below, Iridium, Joe's Pub, and Stage 72 (formerly The Triad).
BWW Reviews: Male Vocalists Dozier and Torren Rule The Cabaret Roost In April . . . From Completely Opposite Ends Of The Spectrum

It's not exactly a secret that cabaret has for decades been a world dominated by female entertainers. Sylvia Syms, Julie Wilson, Margaret Whiting, Karen Akers, KT Sullivan, Karen Mason and myriad others have assumed the top notches of the art form. But, perhaps, men might be taking their place among the front lines and a perfect example this past week were the shows from cabaret veterans Kevin Dozier and Frank Torren.
Sue & Edd's Fabulous Christmas Show Returns to Don't Tell Mama, Now thru 12/7

Edd Clark and Sue Matsuki kick off the holiday season by bringing their annual show, Sue & Edd's FABULOUS Christmas Show for 2 performances to Don't Tell Mama (343 West 46th Street) tonight, December 4th at 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, December 7th at 3:00.

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