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Earlier today Ramin Karimloo released this video, an Old Crow Medicine Show cover of "We're All In This Thing Together." The video also features Sergio Ortega and James 'The Samps' Sampliner. Check out the footage of the performance below!


Lea DeLaria: The stuff of stardust

Posted by kbrueckmann on March 22, 2016

By Emily Taylor
NUVO

She has blazed everything from Broadway stages to smokey jazz clubs, and now your living room. Lea DeLaria, who plays Big Boo on Orange is the New Black, has become a household name. DeLaria was the first openly gay comic on television with her Arsenio Hall show in 1993. She was on for 9 and a half minutes, during which she said the words "dyke," "fag," or "queer" 47 times.


Lea DeLaria mixes jazz and gritty stand up in Cabaret debut

Posted by kbrueckmann on March 22, 2016

By Tom Alvarez
Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner

A few songs into her Friday night show "House of David," at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club, jazz singer, actor and standup comic Lea DeLaria warned the audience that if anybody was offended, that they should leave right then because the X-rated banter she was delivering would only get worse.

As far as Examiner.com could tell, no one did. And it's a sure bet that those present will likely not forget one of the edgiest shows seen by this writer while covering the Cabaret during its six-year history.


By Leslie Bailey
The Indianapolis Star

DeLaria talks about TV, David Bowie, jazz and diversity.

If you only know Lea DeLaria as Carrie "Big Boo" Black on the Netflix hit series "Orange is the New Black," it's time to catch up.


Ramin Karimloo electrifies in Cabaret debut

Posted by kbrueckmann on March 9, 2016

By Tom Alvarez
Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner

The Cabaret at the Columbia Club continues to solidify its growing reputation as one of the leading cabaret venues in the country. Proof of that was the appearance of Ramin Karimloo, in "From Broadway to Bluegrass" at the downtown venue. One of the brightest stars on Broadway, Karimloo performed three shows there over the weekend. Examiner.com was present at his Friday opening night performance.


"One of Indianapolis' most fashionable downtown nightspots..."

Tom Alvarez, Examiner.com

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