Fri, July 7: 7PM | Tickets: $55-$20* *Student tickets
"Gail has grown into a seasoned performer, at home up close and personal with any genre." - NUVO
Gail Payne, acclaimed Indy cabaret performer, brings her new cabaret show to The Cabaret before she debuts at New York’s famed Feinstein’s/54 Below in September! Gail and renowned New York musical director, Alex Rybeck, along with director and Tony Award winner Faith Prince, have curated an evening of music and stories that celebrate and explore the complex flavors inherent in American society today. Selections include songs that influenced Gail growing up in rural Illinois, living in urban Indianapolis, and traveling the world, from Guthrie to Gershwin, Berlin to Dixie Chicks, “This Land is Your Land” to “How You Gonna Keep ‘Em Down on the Farm After They’ve Seen Paree.” The show offers something for every music lover, garnished with Rybeck’s masterful arrangements for piano, guitar and ukulele.
Student Tickets: $20 (Restricted to Preferred section, Available by calling the box office).
The Lounge Tickets: Members (Ages 21-35) will receive 20% off per ticket. Must be a member of The Lounge at time of purchase. Membership is free! Click here to join.
The League of Women Voters of Indiana and Indianapolis are partnering with Gail to further its mission of engaging citizens in our democracy. A social will be held prior to the July 7 show in Indianapolis as a way to network with and recruit members as well as to educate the audience about ways to get involved.
"The love of democracy and our communities is what fuels the League of Women Voters. We are proud to partner on this event and think using the arts to celebrate what we have in common, as opposed to what separates us, is a brilliant way to foster civility," says Erin Kelley, Co-President of the LWVIN.
"One of the best environments for serious music fans in town!"
By Lou Harry, Indianapolis Business Journal
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