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Eva Noblezada

october 2020

202010oct7:00 pmEva Noblezada7:00 pm The CabaretSeries:Glick Philanthropies Broadway at The Cabaret

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$95 – Premium 2-Top
$90 – Premium
$75 – Banquette
$65 – Main Floor
$45 – High Cocktail

 

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Discounts

Student Discounts
$25

Located in the Main Floor & High Cocktail sections only
Limited number available per show
Student ID must be shown at door when checking in

SophistiTIX (Young Professionals Group)
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For ages 35 and under only

Group Discounts
Groups of 12+ can enjoy:

– Two 6-top tables, side-by-side
– Two charcuterie boards per table
– Two bottles of wine per table
or
– 10% off per ticket

Contact groups@thecabaret.org for more information.

Food & Drinks

If you plan on dining with us, we recommend arriving at least one hour prior to showtime.

Our menu, created by our friends at the Jazz Kitchen, was designed to suit the refined tastes of our patrons and features everything from small plates to full entrees and desserts. Our facility also features a full-service bar with craft cocktails, curated wine lists, and more.

 

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About the show.

Eva Noblezada: Ballad of a Broadway Twenty-Something

Eva Noblezada, two-time Tony-nominee and current star of Broadway’s hit show Hadestown, brings her solo show of pop ballads, jazz standards and musical theater favorites to The Cabaret.

Eva was nominated for the Tony Award for “Best Actress in a Musical” for Miss Saigon and Hadestown. She can also be seen opposite Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga in the new independent musical film Yellow Rose. The film about a talented singer and undocumented Filipina whose mother is taken away by ICE opened the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival in May 2019. Girl No More, Eva’s debut show at New York’s The Green Room 42 was extended multiple times and went on to become one of the longest running shows in the venue’s history.

Please note: this show may contain frequent use of strong adult language.

Show Sponsors

Supported by The Lacy Foundation, Graig & Amanda Huber, and Tom & Arlene Grande

All shows in the Glick Philanthropies Broadway at The Cabaret series are made possible in part by Glick Philanthropies.

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