Gail Payne, an acclaimed cabaret performer from Indianapolis, will make her debut at The Cabaret in Indianapolis before taking her show on the road to Davenport's Piano Bar in Chicago and to the famed Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City this fall.
By Domenica Bongiovanni, The Indianapolis Star
June 15, 2017
Whether you're looking for traditional art installations, a historical bike scavenger hunt or movie music, July is bringing a mix that will satisfy your inner arts geek.
By Eric Milkereit, Local lifestyle & entertainment blogger
The seasons change. Winter turns to Spring. Spring turns to Summer. But there’s always a constant. There’s a Cabaret season on the horizon. As much as I love the Cabaret, even I know that’s weak…….I’m sorry.
The point is the Cabaret’s summer season is just about to start. In an effort to inspire some excitement and generate new fans of this great organization, I wanted to write a brief preview of the first show of the 2017 summer season.
By Lou Harry, Indianapolis Business Journal
Emptying the notebook on A&E news:
— The Cabaret has extended its stay at its temporary home at Indiana Landmarks Center while it solidifies plans for its own building. The summer/fall lineup includes "In the Heights" star Mandy Gonzales (who will also be keynoting the annual Start with Art luncheon while she's in town), Will Swensen (currently on Broadway in "Waitress") with radio host and musical theater know-it-all Seth Rudetsky, the "Side Show" duo Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner, and the return of Jane Lynch.
"Awesome venue! I tell everyone I know about The Cabaret and encourage them to see a show."Cabaret Guest