I know many of you have been waiting and it’s finally here.  Time to buy your tickets for the Dallas Cabaret Festival!!  We’re so excited about this year’s line up.  New and familiar faces, national talent, Broadway stars….it’s all here.  But the most important thing – THE MUSIC!!  There will be dinner available for purchase by our friends at Our Door to Yours Catering.  If you’ve come to ANY of our Cabarets at the Bath House you know the food is incredible!!  Now remember, it IS July in Texas, so come comfortable, casual and cool!!!

Tickets can be purchased at 2018dcfest.eventbrite.com

Here’s the line up!

Thursday, July 5th – ‘Not Your Mama’s Broadway’ – featuring Angie McWhirter, Jodi Wright, Denise Lee and Walter Lee. Singing some of your favorite show tunes their way! Music direction by Norman Williams. And our special guest will be Tony Nominee and Drama Desk award Winner Ms. Saycon Sengbloh.

Friday, July 6th – Chimberly Carter Byrom, the 2018 So You Think You Can Cabaret winner, will debut her new show ‘Uncoventional’  Immediately following that, Dallas’ own ‘The Brehms’ take the stage with ‘Summer Samba – A Celebration of Life, Love and Shoes’

Saturday, July 7th – MAC, Bistro and Julie Wilson Award winning Cabaret & Broadway performer, Mr. T. Oliver Reid, will close out this year’s festival  with his one-man show, Drop Me Off in Harlem. Mr. Reid has twelve Broadway shows to his credits including The 2018 Tony award winning  Once On This Island,   The shows New York engagements have included Lincoln Center’s Dizzy Club Coca-Cola, Birdland, Feinstein’s/54 Below and the Metropolitan Room. And now he’s sharing it with Dallas. He has directed and produced cabaret in NYC and the surrounding areas.  He will be joined by Julius Rodriguez on piano.

This is the first year that we have sold tickets to the Festival but it is necessary to help offset the cost.  I can guarantee you won’t find a better deal in town.   Ticket prices are $15 per show OR the BEST DEAL, Dallas Cabaret Festival Pass for $30 which includes all 3 shows.  Seating is general admission.  Doors open at 7:00 and shows start at 7:30 each night.

As always, each night we will highlight a charitable organization and the work they are doing in the community.  This year’s beneficiaries are:

Children’s Health & The Stew Pot  – Click on the name to take you to the website for more information about who they are and what they do.

This year we also want to support a new arts organization, Metropolitan Arts Media, Inc., a new non-profit company that runs the popular performing arts online magazine TheaterJones.com, which covers theater, dance, classical music, opera and comedy across North Texas; and plans to launch a separate site covering visual arts. MAM’s mission is to canvas the Dallas-Fort Worth arts scenes, using a stable of qualified and knowledgeable journalists and critics, keeping alive the needed arts journalism that has disappeared from mainstream media. Website coming soon.  You can also follow Theater Jones for more info.

And, finally, we want to thank our sponsors who made not just the Dallas Cabaret Festival, but this entire season possible:

Bath House Cultural Center, Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center, The Office of Cultural Affairs

Brian Jansen, Jennifer Burr Altabef, Lekka Retail Concepts, Two and a Bottle,  Burke and Jeanne Asher, Nicholas Even, Jeff Rane,          Dr. Rodney Schpok, Lorlee Bartos, Jennifer Horst, C.C. Young Sr. Care Center, Theater Jones


We will see you at the Festival