This week at the Cabaret Festival

Read on to find out what’s going on at the Orlando Cabaret Festival this week. (I’ll be there at five different shows — what about you?)

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The Broadway Boys Return!

Plus noontime shows, Andrea Canny, and Michelle Mailhot

There is something new every day this week!

Monday, May 3

12:00n

Andrea Canny
Wild About Wildhorn!
Cabaret Festival favorites, Andrea Canny & John deHaas are Wild About Wildhorn!   Frank Wildhorn has written some of most beloved songs of stage & studio . Hear your favorites from The Scarlet Pimpernel and Jekyll & Hyde as well as selections from his newer musicals, Civil War and Wonderland.

Tuesday, May 4

12:00n

Laura Hodos
Mad For Menken!
The irrepressible Ms. Hodos joins us again this year, singing award-winning songs from the pen of Alan Menken. Laura brings her special style to music from Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and more!

See the Lunch Menu

Wednesday, May 5

12:00n

Michelle Mailhot
The Remarkable Mr. Mercer
The spectacular jazz stylings of Ms. Mailhot (one of the original members of the award-winning Toxic Audio) are the perfect pairing with the music and lyrics of the legendary Johnny Mercer. Michelle sings all the classics from the Mercer siongbook, including Skylark, Tangerine, and Autumn Leaves.

Thursday, May 6

12:00n

Kevin Kelly
What Am I Doin’? – The Songs of Maltby and Shire
Mad Cow veteran Kevin Kelly (Assassins, Forbidden Broadway, Sweeney Todd) sings some of your favorite songs by Maltby and Shire.  This duo are the often-overlooked masters of the ‘story song’ genre in musicals.  This cabaret features some of the most beloved music from shows such as Baby; Starting Here, Starting Now; Closer; and Big.

7:00p
It Was A Very Good Year: 1940

The distant drums of war begin to beat as Bugs Bunny, color television and nylon stockings were the talk of the nation. Glenn Miller, The Ink Spots and The Andrews Sisters are on the radio bringing Big Band to a new decade with songs like When You Wish Upon A Star; Tuxedo Junction and Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar.

The Broadway Boys

Third Time’s The Charm

This remarkable group is made up of veterans of the Broadway productions of Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Rent, 42nd Street, Hairspray, and many more! The Broadway Boys is a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to showtunes and classic pop songs.

Kevin Kelly

What Am I Doin’? – The Songs of Maltby and Shire

Mad Cow veteran Kevin Kelly (Assassins, Forbidden Broadway, Sweeney Todd) sings some of your favorite songs by Maltby and Shire.  This duo are the often-overlooked masters of the ‘story song’ genre in musicals.  This cabaret features some of the most beloved music from shows such as Baby; Starting Here, Starting Now; Closer; and Big.

Friday, May 7

12:00n

Andrea Canny
Wild About Wildhorn!
Cabaret Festival favorites, Andrea Canny & John deHaas are Wild About Wildhorn!   Frank Wildhorn has written some of most beloved songs of stage & studio . Hear your favorites from The Scarlet Pimpernel and Jekyll & Hyde as well as selections from his newer musicals, Civil War and Wonderland.

7:00p
It Was A Very Good Year: 1950

In the beginning of the cold war, Guys and Dolls, The Wizard of Oz and Cinderella transported the country to a new beginning. James Dean launched his career, Minute Rice appeared on shelves, Peanuts debuted in the newspaper and Clue! first became a family obsession. Songs like Music!Music!Music! and That’s Amore! hit the airwaves.

The Broadway Boys

Third Time’s The Charm

This remarkable group is made up of veterans of the Broadway productions of Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Rent, 42nd Street, Hairspray, and many more! The Broadway Boys is a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to showtunes and classic pop songs.

Andrea Canny
Wild About Wildhorn!

Cabaret Festival favorites, Andrea Canny & John deHaas are Wild About Wildhorn!   Frank Wildhorn has written some of most beloved songs of stage & studio . Hear your favorites from The Scarlet Pimpernel and Jekyll & Hyde as well as selections from his newer musicals, Civil War and Wonderland.

Saturday, May 8 
7:00p

The Broadway Boys

Third Time’s The Charm

This remarkable group is made up of veterans of the Broadway productions of Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Rent, 42nd Street, Hairspray, and many more! The Broadway Boys is a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to showtunes and classic pop songs.
8:00p
It Was A Very Good Year: 1960
7 million people watch Kennedy debate Nixon, and the I Hate to Cook Book is published. Domino’s Pizza, Etch-a-Sketch, and Joan Baez all make their debuts, Ben-Hur wins the Academy Award and Arnold Palmer wins The US Open. Meanwhile, our transistor radios played Teen Angel and The Twist.
Songs include Theme from A Summer Place; Save The Last Dance For Me; and Puppy Love.

The Broadway Boys

Third Time’s The Charm

This remarkable group is made up of veterans of the Broadway productions of Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Rent, 42nd Street, Hairspray, and many more! The Broadway Boys is a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to showtunes and classic pop songs.

Sunday, May 9 
2:00p

The Broadway Boys

Third Time’s The Charm

This remarkable group is made up of veterans of the Broadway productions of Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Rent, 42nd Street, Hairspray, and many more! The Broadway Boys is a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to showtunes and classic pop songs.

Michelle Mailhot

The Remarkable Mr. Mercer

The spectacular jazz stylings of Ms. Mailhot (one of the original members of the award-winning Toxic Audio) are the perfect pairing with the music and lyrics of the legendary Johnny Mercer. Michelle sings all the classics from the Mercer siongbook, including Skylark, Tangerine, and Autumn Leaves.
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The Broadway Boys


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