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Musical Mondays: Ella and Lena
Victory Gardens Theatre
2433 N Lincoln Ave Chicago
May 8th 7:30


The Chicago Cabaret Professionals present Ella and Lena. 100 years ago, Ella Fitzgerald and Lena Horne were born. Both were pioneers in the music industry. Tonight we celebrate them and the songs that made them famous. Featuring: Laura Freeman, Beckie Menzie, Kat Victoria, Sophie Grimm, Cynthia Clarey, Heather Moran, Arlene Armstrong, and Kopano with Jim Cox and Irwin Berkowitz





Deserving Irving
7:30 $30
May 15th
Skokie Theatre
7924 Lincoln Ave
Skokie IL


The Chicago Cabaret Professionals Musical Mondays series salutes songwriter Irving Berlin who inspired us with God Bless America and 1,200 other treasures of the Great American Songbook. Some of Chicago’s most popular cabaret artists including Joan Curto, Ava Logan, Tom Michael, student songbird Samantha Ratliff, Wayne Richards, Judy Rossignuolo-Rice, and Kevin Wood along with director Carla Gordon and musical director Bob Moreen will sing your favorite Berlin tunes as well as his rare gems. You’ll hear Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning, I Got Lost in His Arms, I Love a Piano, and so much more. Berlin still makes us laugh, tap our toes, and get misty-eyed. Please join us on Monday, May 15 because no one is more deserving of Irving than you.







March 6, 2017, Victory Gardens at 7:30pm
Director, Hilary Ann Feldman
Musical Director, Elizabeth Doyle
March 13, 2017, Skokie Theatre at 7:30pm
Director, Jeff Dean
Musical Director, Pat Rusk
May 8, 2017, Victory Gardens at 7:30pm
Director, Laura Freeman
Musical Director, Beckie Menzie
May 15, 2017, Skokie Theatre at 7:30pm
Director, Carla Gordon
Musical Director, Bob Moreen

March 6 and May 8 Victory Gardens Biograph Theater
2433 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614
773.871.3000 • TTY: 773.871.0682 tickets@victorygardens.org

March 13 and May 15 Skokie Theatre
7924 Lincoln Avenue, Skokie, IL 60077
847-677-7761 • www.skokietheatre.org




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“Cabaret” —since Paris in the 1880s, a distinct approach to performance has matured and gained worldwide popularity. Whether with satire, comedy or romance, Cabaret is known for its elegance, passion, and humor.

The hallmark of Cabaret is its intimacy. At its best, it evokes the universality of life's experiences.

Join a group dedicated to the Art of Cabaret . . .

"If anyone can breathe new life into venerable Cabaret forms, it's these artists."
Chicago Tribune

Chicago Cabaret Professionals
P.O. Box 408268
Chicago, IL 60640
Hot line: (312) 409-3106

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