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Cabaret to host next season at Cook Theater

Posted by kbrueckmann on November 17, 2016

By Alex Weilhammer, IndyStar correspondent 

The Cabaret announced Thursday its new location for the 2017 winter-spring season, the latest among a handful of Indianapolis arts institutions to reveal relocation plans.

The Cabaret is leaving the Columbia Club

Posted by kbrueckmann on September 28, 2016

The Cabaret will be leaving their home of 6 years

By Emily Taylor 

Indianapolis' Cabaret announced that they will be leaving the Columbia Club on Monument Circle, their location of six years. They plan to move to a new location in the spring of 2017. NUVO spoke with Artistic Director and CEO, Shannon Forsell about the move.

The Cabaret Seeks a Bigger Stage

Posted by kbrueckmann on September 27, 2016

By Kelly Kendall

Indianapolis Monthly

The Cabaret announced today that it's leaving its gorgeous jewel box of a location at the Columbia Club in spring 2017. Shannon Forsell, its artistic director and CEO, said the group has outgrown its current space and is exploring new venue options for the 2017 season.

Cabaret to leave Columbia Club for new location

Posted by kbrueckmann on September 27, 2016

By Lou Harry

Indianapolis Business Journal

For almost seven years, some of the leading lights of Broadway, TV and jazz—including Alan Cumming (“Cabaret,” “The Good Wife”), Jane Lynch (“Glee”), Leslie Odom Jr. (“Hamilton”), and Dee Dee Bridgewater—have played the Cabaret at the Columbia Club.

In 2017, however, the Cabaret will no longer be at the Columbia Club.

Two decades later, ‘Rent’ stars going strong with new show

Posted by kbrueckmann on September 1, 2016

By Noelle Steele

The Greenfield Daily Reporter

It's been 20 years since Jonathan Larson's rock opera made Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal household names among fans of "Rent," which tells the story of a group of down-and-out New Yorkers struggling to make ends meet in the height of the AIDS epidemic.

And yet, more than two decades after Rapp and Pascal rose to fame, originating the roles of Mark and Roger in the show, audiences are still hungry for the raw sound of two old friends who make it all look so effortless.

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