After the hiatus brought on by the pandemic, Boston's cabaret scene explodes this March and April with shows virtually every night. Here's an overview of who to see and when.
Robert Saoud has been a working Boston actor for four decades but always wanted to make his own kind of music, which he does with a cabaret show this weekend at Boston's Club Café.
Jessica Vosk was a successful Wall Street accounting executive. Read how she left that career to become Broadway's most popular Elphaba ahead of her Boston concert.
Both Seth Sikes and Nicolas King have successful cabaret performers as individuals – so what has led them to pair up for a new show they call "The New Belters?" Read on.
When cabaret singer Mary Catherine Ward set out to do a new show, she recruited Broadway's Faith Prince to direct; and was then put to the test. Her new show premieres on Sunday in Boston.
Rodgers & Hammerstein defined musical theater in the 1950s with their musicals; today some see them as dated. Not cabaret's Meg Flather, who sets up to rethink the great songwriting team's songs through a 2022 lens.
Crooner Anthony Nunziata calls his latest concert "Love Songs from Broadway and Beyond." He explains why ahead of a Boston concert this weekend.
Rachel Bay Jones won a Tony Award for playing Evan Hansen's mom. On June 25 and 26 she joins Seth Rudetsky for one of his informal evenings at the Art House in Town. She talks to EDGE about her career, the Tony, and Seth.
CabaretFestProvincetown returns for its 22nd year with "Hooray for Hollywood," a tribute to the great songs from the silver screen, June 21-26.
This week Broadway's Telly Leung joins colleagues in celebrating Disney composer Alan Menken with the Boston Pops. Leung talked with EDGE about his Alan Menken connection, as well as diversity and LGBTQ+ equality.
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