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Cabaret

A Pineapple For You

Don’t tell mama, but we’re about to get a little naughty this week. That’s because one of the all-time great Broadway musicals is coming to an intimate setting in an old church (where all sorts of naughty things probably happened back in its heyday). Arts Mission Oak Cliff presents Cabaret in an updated production where the audience sits in the […]

A Cruise Ship Cabaret In Your Living Room

While vacations are on hold for tens of millions of people, that hasn’t stopped any of us with 24/7 wanderlust from finding ways to recreate the joys of travel. Even in small ways. VACAYA, the newest company to offer all-LGBTQ travel experiences from buying out entire ships for cruises to booking entire resorts for land vacations, has a temporary solution. […]

Better Off Wed

Ready to get into an altared state? It’s matrimonial mayhem in BenDeLaCreme is…Ready to be Committed, the new fast-paced cabaret-act-with-a-plot from the Drag Race superstar. Of all the queens over the seasons, DeLa has always been one of our all-time favorites. And that was permanently confirmed when we caught this show in Provincetown last July. The multimedia show (written, directed […]

Hey, Stud

Presidents Day has us thinking of all sorts of names to describe the current man in office. Yet no matter how many appropriate monikers we came up with, there’s one word that never crossed our mind: Stud. That’s an antonym for him if ever there was one. Fortunately, Friday evening will be brimming with handsome, talented men as Turtle Creek […]

Steeling The Show

Some say life is a cabaret. Others, a circus. Well, you can have it both ways tomorrow night as one of our favorite lesbian entertainers returns to the Rose Room at S4. Anne Steele’s Welcome To The Big Top weaves together life stories and a set list filled with skilled covers of all-time favorite tunes. Tickets are only $20 for general admission and […]

Unhappily Ever After

Life isn’t all about happy endings. Whether we’re talking massages or musicals, sometimes things aren’t all glitz and glee. On February 23, Turtle Creek Chorale explores the dark side—of Broadway. Guest starring the super-sensational Patty Breckenridge, Darker Side of Broadway takes cabaret in a different direction than you may be used to. And it’s going to be fab! Get your hands on tickets now […]

Don’t Stare Directly At The Titties

Gotta love a cabaret! But don’t worry, the one we’re about to promote has nothing to do with tassels. (At least we don’t think so.) Tomorrow night, our very own triple threat, Paul J. Williams (a.k.a. Sister Helen Holy), will perform a one-night cabaret show called I Didn’t Know He Could Sing. He’ll also tell stories, but mostly it’s about hearing his […]

Lee Lee Land

  Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. Cabernet. Cabaret. Repeat. That’s our motto starting tonight when one of our all-time favorite performers and Uptown Players scene-stealer, Denise Lee (pictured above), kicks off the third season of the live music series, “Life Is a Cabaret” at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park. Tonight’s Valentine’s Day-themed show, Where’s My Candy?, puts the talented […]

Get Randy At The Winspear

Cabaret is almost here and you’re not going to want to miss it. Just typing the word Cabaret has us already humming our favorite songs from the show. Which is all of them. So we’re jazzed to welcome the Broadway production back to Dallas as part of Roundabout Theatre Company’s 50th Anniversary Season. The hit, Tony Award-winning musical revival comes courtesy […]

Your Table’s Waiting

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Probably another 300 times, if you really get down to it. Cabaret is one of our all-time favorite musicals and one of the few we’ll see any opportunity we get. On Wednesday, May 25 the 12-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical returns to Dallas at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. And if […]