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    • Cabaret composers

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    • Flemish cabaret

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    • Cabarets in Paris

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    • Polish cabarets

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    • Vedettes (cabaret)

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    • Weimar cabaret

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    • Works set in cabarets

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    • Cabaret

    • Cabaret (English pronunciation: /kæbəˈreɪ/) is a form of entertainment featuring music, song, dance, recitation, or drama. It is mainly distinguished by the performance venue, which might be a pub, a restaurant or a nightclub with a stage for performances. The audience, often dining or drinking, does not ty ... Read »


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    • Darling Cabaret

    • Darling Cabaret is the largest cabaret in the Czech Republic which is situated in the centre of Prague near Wenceslas square at the street Ve Smeckach. It was founded in 2000. It leans on a long history and now is the only existing cabaret with an every-day program. Guests can enjoy traditional can-can, various acrobat ... Read »


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    • Aa Jaane Jaan

    • "Aa Jaan-E-Jaan" (English: Come here, my dear) is a song from the 1969 Hindi film Intaqam. It is one of the few cabaret songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar, and was a popular song in India from the 1960s. It was picturised on Helen. Lata Mangeshkar did not like singing cabaret songs and music directors would usually prefer ... Read »


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    • AlexCab

    • AlexCab (Alexandra's Eccentric Cabaret) was a stage show written and directed by Lars Jacob at Alexandra Charles's nightclub in , Sweden, in 1975. The concept of the cabaret centered on new Swedish lyrics by the Swedish-American director to internationally popular songs in the soul och rock genres and to famous oldie ... Read »


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    • American Composer Series

    • The American Composer Series is an ongoing performance series in the cabaret revue format, paying tribute to the greatest composers of popular American music on the American scene, particularly those composers associated with Tin Pan Alley. Launched by musical director Earl Wentz in 2000 with a tribute to Ray Henderson ... Read »


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    • Backstage Bistro Awards

    • Backstage

      Backstage (aka Back Stage) is an entertainment-industry brand aimed at people working in film and the performing arts, with a special focus on casting, job opportunities, and career advice. Backstage publishes a print-edition magazine in the U.S. (Backstage, also available as a digital-edition PDF publication) and a p ... Read »


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    • Balls Cabaret

    • Balls is a weekly cabaret based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Created and hosted by singer Leslie Ball, the cabaret began at the Jungle Theater in 1991, and later moved to The Southern Theater. The Cabaret, which begins just after midnight on Saturdays, is intended to give both experienced and novice performers approxima ... Read »


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    • Beach Blanket Babylon

    • Beach Blanket Babylon

      Steve Silver's Beach Blanket Babylon is the world's longest-running musical revue. The show began its run in 1974, at the Savoy Tivoli and has since moved to the larger Club Fugazi in the North Beach district of San Francisco. The show was created by Steve Silver (1944–1995) and continues under the direction of h ... Read »


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    • Kitty Burke

    • Kitty Burke was a nightclub entertainer from Cincinnati, Ohio who was noted for being the only female to ever attempt to bat in a Major League Baseball game, albeit unofficially. On July 31, 1935, Burke was sitting in the stands at Crosley Field during a game between the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals whe ... Read »


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    • The Butterfly Club

    • The Butterfly Club is a performing arts venue in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Drawing from a growing interest in cabaret, the Club was conceived and created by artist and entrepreneur, Matthew Grant. Grant lived and worked from the building from 1993: opening to the public in 1999. Grant sold the club in November 20 ... Read »


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    • Cabaret Cornichon

    • The Cabaret Cornichon (Gherkin cabaret) was a Swiss cabaret company. It existed from 1934 to 1951 and was founded by Otto Weissert, Walter Lesch, Emil Hegetschweiler and Alois Carigiet. They were later joined by, among others, Max Werner Lenz, Elsie Attenhofer, Voli Geiler, Margrit Rainer, Ruedi Walter, Heinrich Gretl ... Read »


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    • Barbara Carroll

    • Barbara Carroll

      Barbara Carroll (born Barbara Carole Coppersmith; January 25, 1925 – February 12, 2017) was an American jazz pianist. Carroll was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. She began her classical training in piano at age eight, but by high school decided to become a jazz pianist. She attended the New England Conserva ... Read »


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    • Chesty Morgan (band)

    • Chesty Morgan (band)

      Chesty Morgan is a Swedish musical group named for the 1970s' exploitation-film actress. A collective ensemble from , the group generally provides an atmospheric euro-cabaret take on Gypsy tunes. The band features Maya de Vesque on vocals, Per Sunding and Patrik Bartosch from Eggstone, and Johnny Essing from bob hund. ... Read »


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    • La Clique

    • La Clique is an award-winning cabaret/variety show with Australian roots first conceived for the 2004 season of The Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It was originally performed in The Famous Spiegeltent with a small circular stage at fringe festivals, but since 2008 it was also performed for extended periods in permanent the ... Read »


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    • Club Wild

    • Club Wild

      Club Wild began in 1998 in Melbourne, Victoria as Australia's first disability-friendly cabaret club. The director of the club is Melbourne musician Phil Heuzenroeder. The club is run by and for the disabled and institutionalised stages dance parties and music concerts in Melbourne and in country Victorian towns such ... Read »


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    • Conferencier

    • Conférencier is the proper term for the master of ceremonies appearing in European cabaret. The term appeared in the 1920s and became synonymous with these persona who not only emceed cabarets, but were well known for their political and social commentary. They became controversial in the eye of the Nazi regime, who ... Read »


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    • Gerard Cox

    • Gerardus Antonius "Gerard" Cox (born 6 March 1940, Rotterdam) is a Dutch singer, cabaret artist and actor. For fifteen years, he played the lead character of the Dutch sitcom Toen Was Geluk Heel Gewoon. ... Read »


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    • Dark cabaret

    • Dark cabaret may be a simple description of the theme and mood of a cabaret performance, but more recently has come to define a particular musical genre which draws on the aesthetics of the decadent, risqué German Weimar-era cabarets, burlesque and vaudeville shows with the stylings of post-1970s goth and punk music ... Read »


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    • Duckie (group)

    • Duckie is a collective of performance artists that describes itself as “a post-gay independent arts outfit.” They produce a mix of so-called "cultural interventions", such as club nights, new-mode pop, burlesque and performance events, as well as anti-theatre experimentation. They have described their work as ... Read »


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    • Feinstein's/54 Below


    • Florida Studio Theatre

    • The Florida Studio Theatre or FST is a non-profit theatre located in Sarasota, Florida. It produces contemporary plays, with over 32,000 subscribers a year, more than any theatre its size in the country. It has been in operation since 1973 and currently serves over 200,000 attendees per year. Its major programs include ... Read »


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    • Funny Girls

    • Funny Girls

      Funny Girls is a burlesque cabaret showbar on the North Shore of Blackpool, Lancashire, England. The cast comprise male dancers and drag performers, and are part of In The Pink (ITP) Leisure, owned by Basil Newby. The Funny Girls cast have performed on television and before royalty on the Royal Variety Performance twi ... Read »


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    • Garden of Allah (cabaret)

    • The Garden of Allah was a mid-20th century gay cabaret that opened in 1946 in the basement of the Victorian-era Arlington Hotel in Seattle's Pioneer Square. It was Seattle's most popular gay cabaret in the late 1940s and 1950s and one of the first gay-owned gay bars in the United States. Prior to becoming a cabaret, th ... Read »


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    • Eve Graham

    • Eve Graham (born Evelyn May Beatson; 19 April 1943) is a Scottish singer who found fame in the early 1970s with the pop group, The New Seekers. Graham began her career during the 1960s as a band singer with the Cyclones in Scotland and later with the Cyril Stapleton Band, based in London England. She joined The Tr ... Read »


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    • Halbwelt Kultur

    • Halbwelt Kultur

      Halbwelt Kultur is a 2012 musical cabaret based on the lives of seven highly influential women of the Weimar Republic. An original concept by Patrick Kennedy, the show was devised by PK Productions and includes music by Hans Eisler, Bertolt Brecht, Friedrich Hollaender, Mischa Spoliansky and Fats Waller. The 2012 Chur ... Read »


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    • Carl Hollitzer

    • Carl Hollitzer

      Carl Leopold Hollitzer (born (1874-03-11)March 11, 1874 in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, Lower Austria; died (1942-12-01)December 1, 1942 in Rekawinkel, Lower Austria, Austria) was an Austrian caricaturist, singer and cabaret artist. Hollitzer was born and raised in Deutsch-Altenburg. His family had a construction business. ... Read »


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    • Hanns Dieter Hüsch


    • Kabaret OT.TO

    • Kabaret OT.TO is a Polish musical comedy group founded in 1987 by Wiesław Tupaczewski. The group officially started on 1 January 1990, in a line-up consisting of Ryszard Makowski, Andrzej Piekarczyk, Andrzej Tomanek and Wiesław Tupaczewski. OT.TO is one of the first Polish comedy groups to explore themes other t ... Read »


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    • Kabarett

    • Kabarett (German pronunciation: [kabaˈʁɛt]; from French cabaret = tavern) is satirical revue, a form of cabaret which developed in France by Rodolphe Salis in 1881 as the cabaret artistique. It was named Le Chat Noir and was centered on political events and satire. It later inspired creation of Kabarett venues ... Read »


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    • Karls kühne Gassenschau


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    • Diether Krebs

    • Diether Krebs (11 August 1947 in Essen, Germany – 4 January 2000 in Hamburg) was a German actor, cabaret artist and comedian. Diether Krebs was born on 11 August 1947 in Essen, the son of a stationery shop owner. His godfather was Diether Posser, a lawyer, SPD politician and erstwhile Minister for Justice and ... Read »


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    • Lesburlesque

    • Lesburlesque

      Lesburlesque is a British troupe of over thirty burlesque performers that perform on the cabaret circuit. They are notable for being the first and only burlesque troupe in the UK that performs lesbian burlesque. Following on from the success of Los Angeles-based girl band and dance troupe, the Pin Up Girls, Lesburlesqu ... Read »


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    • MAC Awards

    • The MAC Awards, established in 1986, are presented annually to honor achievements in cabaret, comedy and jazz. They are administered by the non-profit Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs (MAC), founded in 1983, and voted on by the MAC membership. The Awards encompass more than two dozen categories, such as: voca ... Read »


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    • Malediva

    • Malediva was a German chanson and cabaret trio, consisting of All members live in Berlin and performed in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. In May 2014 Malediva cancelled the remaining tourdates for their newest show 'Barhocker' and announced their professional breakup for health reasons. Malediva's preferred top ... Read »


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    • Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs


    • Melbourne Cabaret Festival

    • The Melbourne Cabaret Festival is a not-for-profit cabaret festival that has been held each year since 2010 in the city of Melbourne in Australia and that by 2013 had grown to become the world’s second-largest event of its kind. The festival was launched in 2010 by the former Melbourne nightclub owners Neville Si ... Read »


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    • Erich Mühsam


    • The New Orleans Bingo! Show

    • The New Orleans Bingo! Show is an interactive theatrical cabaret and musical band from New Orleans, Louisiana. The show features original music by New Orleans singer and songwriter Clint Maedgen who created the show in 2002. The show also features original short films, comedic skits and a live game of bingo played with ... Read »


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    • Pod's and Jerry's


    • Rumberas film

    • The rumberas film (in Spanish cine de rumberas) was a film genre that flourished in Mexico, in the so-called Golden Age of Mexican cinema in the 1940s and 1950s. These movies starred rumberas, dancers who performed to popular Afro-Caribbean rhythms. With roots in various film styles, the genre is one of the most fascin ... Read »


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    • Rodolphe Salis

    • Rodolphe Salis

      Louis Rodolphe Salis (29 May 1851 – 20 March 1897) was the creator, host and owner of the Le Chat Noir ("The Black Cat") cabaret (known briefly in 1881 at its beginning as "Cabaret Artistique.") With this establishment Salis is remembered as the creator of the modern cabaret: a nightclub where the patrons could si ... Read »


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    • Erik Satie

    • Erik Satie

      Éric Alfred Leslie Satie (French: [eʁik sati]; 17 May 1866 – 1 July 1925), who signed his name Erik Satie after 1884, was a French composer and pianist. Satie was a colourful figure in the early 20th-century Parisian avant-garde. His work was a precursor to later artistic movements such as minimalism, ... Read »


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    • La Soirée


    • Spiegeltent

    • A spiegeltent (Dutch for "mirror tent", from +) is a large travelling tent, constructed in wood and canvas and decorated with mirrors and stained glass, intended as an entertainment venue. Originally built in Belgium during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, only a handful of these spiegeltents remain in existence ... Read »


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    • A Spoonful of Sherman

    • A Spoonful of Sherman

      A Spoonful of Sherman is a two act cabaret show which premiered on January 6, 2014 at the St. James Theatre in London. Robert J. Sherman produced, wrote and emceed A Spoonful of Sherman. The event also served as the book launch for Sherman's father's (posthumously released) autobiography: Moose: Chapters From My Life f ... Read »


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    • Miz Ima Starr

    • Miz Ima Starr is a New Zealand/American singing drag cabaret performer of stage and small screen. She is the comic creation of Charles Bracewell, best known for her appearances on reality TV show Australia's Got Talent. Bracewell produced and/or directed six films and one documentary television series, most notably the ... Read »


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    • Überbrettl


    • Viva Blackpool

    • Viva Blackpool is a cabaret showbar and events venue in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Its aim is to “celebrate everything that’s great about Blackpool” and host the town’s best live events. The venue hosts regular shows, entertainment and community events throughout the year. Regular events inclu ... Read »


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    • Walk of Fame of Cabaret

    • The Walk of Fame of Cabaret is a sidewalk between Proviant-Magazin and Schönborner Hof in Mainz, Germany, which is embedded with more than 40 seven-pointed irregularly shaped stars featuring the names of cabaret celebrities selected by a group of experts and honored by several sponsors for their contributions to the ... Read »


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    • Yard Dogs Road Show

    • Yard Dogs Road Show

      Yard Dogs Road Show is a thirteen-member traveling cabaret that features a unique blend of performances, including vaudeville, burlesque, stage magic, sideshow oddities, and beatnik "hobo poetry." Performances include musical interludes, song and dance numbers, and background music from the Yard Dogs cartoon heavy band ... Read »


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    • Zielony Balonik

    • Zielony Balonik (literally, the Green Balloon) was a popular literary cabaret founded in Kraków by the local poets, writers and artists during the final years of the Partitions of Poland. The venue was a gourmet restaurant of Apolinary J. Michalik called the Michalik's Den (Jama Michalika). The cabaret was founded i ... Read »


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