What is Cabaret
"Cabaret" began in the intimate setting of Paris bistros and taverns as a gathering place for artists, poets, singers, actors and musicians to share new songs and stories. Since the 1880s, this distinct approach to performance has matured and gained worldwide popularity.
Whether delivered with satirical edge, comic flair or romantic charm, Cabaret is known now for its elegance, passion, and humor. If the hallmark of Cabaret is its intimacy, at its best, Cabaret evokes the universality of life's experiences.
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"For Chicago's growing community of cabaret performers. ...Chicago Cabaret Professionals, an aptly named advocacy group, [attests] to the depth of the city's cabaret talent." —Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune