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Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging

Monday, May 12th, 2014
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FORBIDDEN BROADWAY COMES OUT SWINGING/ AND WE’LL BE RINGING THE BELL Silly and clever this never say never show Skewers the bad and the swell.

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Going for the Gold

Saturday, March 1st, 2014
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This year Hollywood decided to delay handing out those gold statues while athletes were battling for gold medals in Sochi. The delay however has made

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Five Years of Cabaret (and A Bit of Jazz)

Monday, January 13th, 2014
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How does one summarize five (site) years in the world of New York Cabaret (and some Jazz)? We mourn the closing of two of our

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Bruce Dow

Bruce Dow – Having Fun at The Forum

Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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For Bruce Dow, the third time’s the charm. The first time he performed the role of Pseudolus in the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s production of A

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Speakeasy Moderne

Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
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Once a month, the young, uber-energetic cast of Speakeasy Moderne throws a rowdy, audience-participation-encouraged party at freshly renovated (spiffy looking) Stage 72, formerly The Triad.

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Woman Around Town: Carole J. Bufford –
Happiest On Stage

Monday, January 7th, 2013
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In Lincolnton, the one-stoplight Georgia town where everyone knew everyone else, Carole J. Bufford was the four year-old who spontaneously stood on a church pew

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Downton Christmas

Before Downton Abbey – Where the Stars Shone

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
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Downton Abbey’s Season 3 will begin January 6, 2013, on PBS and excitement is growing. First Lady Michelle Obama, a big fan of the show,

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The Mabel Mercer Foundation – A Passing of the Baton

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
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“Cabaret is by nature a fragile and personal kind of entertainment. With virtually no media support system, it endures, as do the vibrant brigade of

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