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Cabaret Articles

After Dark: From Elegant Cabarets to Raucous Bars, Nightlife in the French Quarter Suits Every Mood
Pool & Spa News, Oct 3, 2003 by Paul A. Greenberg

There's plenty to see and do in New Orleans by day, but the city truly comes alive after dark, The French Quarter is still the heart of the city's nightlife, with comfortable lounges, oyster bars, dance bars, gentlemen's clubs and cabarets in a concentrated 15-square block area affectionately known as the Vieux Carre. A stroll down any of the main streets in the Quarter will result in a number of entertainment options, but for the uninitiated, here are some of the best of the best nightspots in the City that Care Forgot.

Cabaret Hits Right Note at Club Cafe
Boston Herald, Nov 30, 2001 by Robin Vaughan

On Monday night, "Boston Sings Boston" plays to its third full- house audience at Club Cafe. The show, which features local musical theater and cabaret singers doing new songs by Boston songwriters, was originally scheduled for only four Monday-Tuesday performances, but it has been a surprise hit.

The response has been so enthusiastic that at least four more performances are planned for January (dates to be announced), and maybe additional runs beyond that, says producing artistic director Joe Antoun, a co-founder of Centastage.

It's a simple idea - a collection of sentimental cabaret tunes written in the standard tradition - presented straight, which comes as a bit of a surprise in this venue, where cabaret hot tickets tend to run more along the lines of P-town star Varla Jean Merman. The show, which tonight draws a mixed crowd of gay men and women and older straight couples (the Tuesday show will have a different demographic, with 25 guys from the Boston Gay Basketball League in attendance), isn't entirely irony free.

Queens of Cabaret
Evening Standard (London), Feb 3, 2005 by John Lyttle

Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman turn up for our interview at the Soho Theatre and immediately apologise for being tired. Small wonder. In the past 12 months the American duo have supported the Scissor Sisters on tour, shot a documentary film, completed a run of sold-out concerts at New York's Carnegie Hall, recorded a CD and are now about to appear at the Bloomsbury Theatre in a show titled Kiki Herb: Losers In Love, just in time for Valentine's Day. For Bond and Mellman are indeed the notorious Kiki Herb and that would suck a lot of energy from anyone.

Cabaret Diva Living Her Dream
Chicago Sun-Times, Aug 24, 2003 by Misha Davenport

It sounds like a Sondheim cliche, but Sharon Carlson is still here. Still, she'd rather people come see her perform based on the merit of her talents and not because she's still performing.

Rick's Cabaret Nears Completion of New York City Club, with Grand Opening Set for Mid-September
Business Wire, June 21, 2005

NEW YORK -- Rick's Cabaret International, Inc. (NASDAQ: RICK), which operates gentlemen's clubs in major cities, said today it is nearing completion of extensive remodeling of the building that will house its plush new venue in New York City. The new Rick's Cabaret-NYC (at 50 West 33rd Street) is expected to open for business in August, with a grand opening scheduled for mid-September.