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St. Louis Cabaret Convention

Posted by admin on May 24, 2012

Did you know that the Midwest is teaming with cabaret educational opportunities? In addition to our classes here in Indianapolis, St. Louis has their own weekend intensive dedicated to the art of cabaret performance called the St. Louis Cabaret Conference. Check out the press release below for more information about the conference and tickets to their final performance.


By Tom AlvarezIndianapolis Performing Arts Examiner
April 28, 2012

The full-house crowd present Friday at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club for Maureen O’Flynn: At the Crossroads enjoyed not only a rare entertainment experience but one that was visceral as well.


Cabaret queen holds court at Columbia Club

Posted by admin on May 5, 2012

By Tom AlvarezIndianapolis Performing Arts Examiner
April 23, 2012

Ada “Bricktop” Smith was a legendary singer and self-described “saloon keeper” who ran a famously chic nightclub called Chez Bricktop during the 1920s in Paris. It was a popular spot frequented by people like Cole Porter and other “swells” in Parisian café society who came to see performances by such entertainers as Mabel Mercer, Duke Ellington and Josephine Baker.


The Cabaret at The Columbia Club: Shannon Forsell

Posted by admin on May 4, 2012

By Elizabeth MusgraveGottaGo.us
April 27th, 2012

In her vivacious, yet reality-check manner, Shannon Forsell opened up her soul and life to the audience this weekend with her performance, Shannon Forsell: Songs I’ve Never Sung on Broadway. With its crystal chandeliers, breathtaking views overlooking the lighted monument and luxurious surroundings, The Cabaret at The Columbia Club, Indianapolis’ poshest nightspot for all things cabaret, was the perfect place for Circle City’s darling to enlighten all of the details surrounding her trials, triumphs and … tiaras.


Cabaret features Janis Siegel and her unmistakable voice

Posted by admin on February 25, 2012

By Tom AlvarezIndianapolis Performing Arts Examiner
February 25, 2012

Anyone who has listened to the music of The Manhattan Transfer ever since they debuted in 1975 will recognize the voice of Janis Siegel who sang lead on some of their biggest hits, such as “Birdland”, “Operator” and “Chanson D’Amour”. Along the way Siegel has established herself as a successful solo artist as well.


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