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The men you know & love from Three for a Song take the stage in their own cabaret with beloved Tin Pan Alley Hits and American Songbook Standards in fresh, authentic interpretations along with exciting new song discoveries of "lost" tunes from the golden age "between the [world] wars."
Pianist Alex Hassan boasts a music collection of more than 40,000 titles, thoroughly immersing himself in the musical style of the '20s and '30s. Tenor Doug Bowles has performed around the world in nearly every genre from Opera to Pop. The boys will be joined by special guest, David Sager, an internationally known and sought after Jazz Trombonist, band leader, crooner, and manager of the National Jukebox Project at Library of Congress. Beloved tunes, exciting discoveries, a few tears, and a lot of outrageous laughter!
Dani Danger Stoller is back with another cabaret about the life of a perpetually single, viciously uncomfortable, overly-talkative, terrifyingly-anxious, totally neurotic, and somewhat endearing twenty-something. Featuring songs by some of her favorite pop and rock songwriters, this night is sure to get you laughing, with (and maybe at) our featured lady.
Helen Hayes Award winner Iyona Blake takes a look at life through another's perspective. Join Iyona as she steps into someone else's shoes and examines people of love, people of sorrow and people of joy through glorious song!
Award-winning singer, songwriter, and recording artist Jim Van Slyke sings the songs of pop music icon Neil Sedaka! Neil Sedaka himself exclaims "I've seen many singers over the years do my songs, but nobody has moved me more than Jim." Come enjoy the classics sounds of Sedaka and such treasured hits as "Laughter in the Rain," "Calendar Girl," "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," "The Hungry Years," and some truly wonderful surprises!
Regis Philbin hailed Jim's Sedaka tribute as "the most remarkable hour and a half of show I have ever seen!" and featured Jim on Regis and Kelly. Join Jim this summer and celebrate the music of Neil Sedaka!
If you've seen Katie at the Cauldron before, then you know she has a "phenomenal belting voice" (DC Theatre Scene). So you don't want to miss her AND Jamie Eaker as they belt the big and brassy songs of the best broads of Broadway!
Life: As I Sing It is a funny and touching evening where Clifton shares with his audience his unique view of life and the lessons he's learned thus far. He does all of this with songs from the Broadway, pop, and jazz worlds. Life is so much better with a song and a dance!
Stephen Gregory Smith looks back at 30 years on the stage. Humble beginnings as a child actor in Pennsylvania led to writing musical theatre in our nation's capitol and beyond. This intimate cabaret features highlights of his time in the spotlight, and his writing that put others there.
The beautiful, bubbly, golden-haired Ms. Sandy Bainum will pay musical homage to a bevy of fellow blondes: some broads, bombshells, and a delicious diva or two. Sandy performs songs originally sung by the likes of movie and theater legends Betty Hutton, Doris Day, Barbara Cook, and the blonde that all gentlemen preferred, Miss Marilyn Monroe. Sandy will be joined onstage by her award-winning musical director, Lanny Meyers.
Ever Blondeward is directed by the beautiful (brunette) cabaret icon, Ms. Andrea Marcovicci.
Sandy Bainum: Simply features the songstress in a show based on her MAC Award-nominated CD, entitled Simply. The show enjoyed sold out performances in Washington, DC and in Los Angeles where it won two Eddon Awards, for the "Best in Los Angeles Theater."
Simply is filled with memorable tunes from the Great American Songbook and beyond, from the joyous "A Cockeyed Optimist" from South Pacific and the glorious "Goodnight, My Someone" from The Music Man, to the pop hit "You and Me Against the World" and the electric "On the Other Side of the Tracks" from Little Me. These songs exemplify timeless, straightforward sentiments and beautiful melodies with simple yet universal emotions - warmth, heart, humor and joy… simply enchanting. Sandy will be joined onstage by her award-winning musical director, Lanny Meyers.
Somewhere Over the Rose is a celebration of the songs, styles, and stories of two incredible yet completely different American icons… Judy Garland and Bette Midler. One is long gone and one is definitely still kickin'. One was a vulnerable, elegant train wreck. The other is a tough, trashy… train. What could these two stars possibly have in common? Well, this show celebrates their songs, stories and similarities… as well as a few freaky coincidences. So join Kathy on a sophisticated and sassy adventure…Bon Voyage!
Will Mark Stevenson returns with a brand new cabaret! Joined by Amy Alvino and a few surprise guests from Creative Cauldron's Learning Theater program, this new cabaret proves to be a hilarious evening of song and stories any parent knows all too well. With accompanist Warren Freeman and guitarist Rick Peralta, Will shares the joys and frustrations of parenthood through cabaret standards, musical theater favorites, and more!