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Q&A with Jane Lynch

Posted by kbrueckmann on June 30, 2016

By Keith Roach

Indianapolis Monthly

The Glee alumna sings and jokes her way through four shows at The Cabaret starting June 19.


By Tom Alvarez

Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner

Examiner.com has reviewed most of the performers who have graced The Cabaret at the Columbia Club stage during its 7-year history. And except for, possibly, Meow, Meow, billed as a "post-postmodern cabaret diva," (she performed there in 2014) Jane Lynch, was probably the most offbeat. This writer saw the first of her four shows, titled "See Jane Sing!" that were presented at The Cabaret Saturday through Monday.

Emmy and Golden Globe Lynch who is most well known for her role as irascible Sue Sylvester on FOX's "Glee," is the host of NBC's "Hollywood Game Night." The actor and singer's theatre credits include a stint on Broadway as Miss Hannigan in "Annie." Movie goers will remember her as Julia Child's (Meryl Streep) sister, Dorothy, in the 2009 film, "Julia & Julia."


By Tom Alvarez

Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner

Those fortunate enough to have seen Patina Miller during her recent two night engagement at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club were in the presence of a rare talent who is comfortable in any medium be it on stage, television or in films. This reviewer saw the Tony Award winning singer/actor/dancer Friday.


This article appeared on Broadwayworld.com

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.


"Best in class. A truly delightful experience - over the top!"

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