By Domenica Bongiovanni, Indianapolis Star
July 28, 2017
The Cabaret for years has been bringing Broadway and jazz stars such as Jane Lynch, Alan Cumming and Leslie Odom Jr. to Indianapolis. The performers sang and told stories from intimate stages as audience members sat around tables, cocktails in hand.
By Lou Harry, Indianapolis Business Journal
July 28, 2017
Intimate concert presenter The Cabaret—which has hopscotched from the Connoisseur Room to the Columbia Club to, most recently, Indiana Landmarks Center—will have a permanent home in a building owned by Buckingham Cos.
July 28, 2017 (Indianapolis) – The Cabaret and Buckingham Companies announced plans today that will give The Cabaret a prominent, permanent downtown location in the Metzger Building at 9th and Pennsylvania Street in the heart of the evolving Library Square. The new space, which also houses the Arts Council of Indianapolis and Gallery 924, and once served as the Rollerland skating rink from the 1940s to the late 1970s, provides the perfect venue for The Cabaret.
By Rick Sutton, The Eagle
July 15, 2017
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By Remy Sisk, The Voice-Tribune
July 13, 2017
From playing the suavest scarecrow in the Emerald City in “Wicked” to portraying a gay songwriter on the television show “Nashville,” Kyle Dean Massey’s career has seen him tackle some extremely distinguished roles. Other characters he’s most known for on the Broadway landscape include a vision of a dead teenager in “Next to Normal” and a prince with a yearning heart in “Pippin.” But despite these very unique – and very different – roles, Massey’s commitment to the performing arts and dedication to his craft have allowed him to not only be versatile enough to realize each of these characters with ease but also deliver absolutely stunning performances in every facet of his indeed multifaceted career. Interested audiences will be able to get a taste of his extraordinary talent when the actor brings his solo show to The Cabaret in Indianapolis on July 28.
"One of Indianapolis' most fashionable downtown nightspots..."Tom Alvarez, Examiner.com