Celebrating 100 Years of Chicago Cabaret: Second Concert

Dave DeGooyer/ September 21, 2021/ Black Voices in Cabaret, Chicago Cabaret Week, Chicago Paris Cabaret Connexion, SongShop Live, Working In Concert/ 0 comments

Never before has there been a collection of Chicago’s African American singers, Parisian Cabaret, LGBTQIA+ artists, and the classic American standards all coming together to celebrate 100 Years of Chicago Cabaret!

Presented by Chicago Cabaret Professionals, Working In Concert, and The Cabaret Project.

Black Voices in Cabaret & The French Connection

Oct 3, 2021 @ 3:00pm
Directors: Daniel Johnson, David Stephens
Musical Director: Elizabeth Doyle

Where it all began…in Paris and Chicago. Spotlighting the exchange off cultures from Montmartre to State Street, and the extraordinary contribution of African American music and musicians to the evolution of Chicago-style Cabaret.
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Featuring:
Cynthia Clarey, Evelyn Danner, Elizabeth Doyle, Patrick Davis, Sean Harris, Claudia Hommel, Lynne Jordan, Ava Logan, Tammy McCann, LaShera Moore, David Stephens!

Where:
Haven Entertainment Center
923 E. 43rd St.
Chicago, IL 60653
(Parking lot west of building)

Admission is Free (limited seating). Tickets available at chicagocabaret.org.

All guests must show proof of vaccination. Masks required while not seated. Appetizers and drinks available for purchase. Donations of any size gratefully accepted.

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