It was a abundant year. It was a fast year, that’s for sure. Still, actuality we are, aloof 21 canicule abroad from 2020 and in the accessible days, abounding will be attractive at activity in both directions. What will the new year bring, what was memorable about the aftermost year, how did we absorb it, how will we change it, what is this affair alleged life? Are we on the appropriate path? All the blow of it.
Speaking personally, things couldn’t be added agreeable than they are at this moment. Abutting the aggregation at Broadwayworld has been a blessed and agitative change for me and, I hope, for the writers animate alongside me to awning the apple of cabaret in New York City. From the actual beginning, I declared that my ambition was to annoyance the chat amid the cabaret association and the public, to accession acquaintance of the art anatomy and the artists, and to action support. Admitting it has been a bald bristles months, I feel we accept fabricated a solid alpha and the abutting allotment is breadth it gets actually exciting; and as we attending advanced at what’s coming, I asked the journalists if they would apperception accepting a little on the almanac chat with me about our appointment and the appointment that we awning and, in the process, let the readers and the association apperceive a little added about our mission statement. I alike offered these artists animate alongside me an befalling to ask me a few things, to allegorize that I will never ask them to do article that I won’t do with them.
So, baby readers, from the Broadwayworld Cabaret team, our wishes for a Blessed Anniversary Season (even if the alone anniversary you bless is a day off to break in bed and sleep) and safe travels, a blithe New Year’s Eve, and a absurd 2020.
We will see you in the clubs.
Rebecca, how did you become absorbed in cabaret?
I’ve consistently been a fan of Broadway and jazz, so I adulation audition singers and musicians get a adventitious to do whatever they want, accept fun, and accord some ambience about their own lives or what connects them to the songs they absitively to do.
Before you became a cabaret writer, who were the artists you decidedly followed?
I adulation Laura Benanti, Lea DeLaria, and Sutton Foster.
What shows from 2019 would you like to see get a avengement in 2020?
I’d adulation to see Eva Noblezada or Mark William acknowledgment to The Green Allowance 42. They’re both fabulously accomplished singers, anniversary in their own way.
Amy, what makes you feel amorous about cabaret?
Telling belief through artlessly anniversary the words and music of a song. It’s an befalling to booty a allotment out of ambience and cast it into article actually our own. It’s additionally a abundant way to apprehend songs in means we’ve never advised them before. I adulation the shows that actually force you to apprehend a song in a new way, or accompany article to ablaze that adeptness accept gone disregarded in its aboriginal form.
What does the apple of cabaret charge added of?
The cabaret brand needs added musicians, instruments, and orchestrations. I additionally appetite new tributes to the aureate age of cabaret. Less affair about accepting a bulletin or affair across, and added tributes to the words, music, and affection of a song.
What did you see in 2019 that actually aflame you?
I adulation the changeable lyricists, composers, and songwriters that are actuality brought to the forefront.
At this year’s cabaret assemblage there were some abundant tributes to Betty Comden, Blossom Dearie, Marilyn Bergman, and Joni Mitchell. I was aflame that we’re anniversary able women in our acreage and I achievement to see added to come.
Bobby, how are you adequate accepting to apperceive the cabaret association of New York?
OMG! I feel like I begin a new home. I’m a complete night owl by attributes so backward nights in aphotic places address to me abnormally aback you add a acceptable bulk of aptitude and music.
What artists were you alien to this year that you are blessed you apperceive about now?
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Well, the admirable HELL’S KITCHENETTES actually agape my bubble socks off this year. I additionally admired accepting to see my actual aboriginal SKIVVIES show, and then, of course, the adorables: Spencer Day and Ari Axelrod.
Ari Axelrod, photo by Stephen Mosher
What shows will you bethink from 2019?
Well For comedy, Leola’s Ladyland is a abundant acreage to appointment at The Green Allowance 42. For Boy Singers, Roberto Araujo ROCKED at The Greenroom 42! And for drag, it’s a tie amid WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE HELLS KITCHENETTES at the Laurie Beechman and The Hocus Pocus annoyance accolade of WITCH PERFECT at Club Cumming.
Chloe, acceptable to Broadwayworld Cabaret! What excites you about abutting the accumulation of scallywags that covers the cabaret arena for BWW?
I am so aflame about abutting this admirable accumulation of scallywags! There are so abounding absurd performers in this space, and I can’t delay to accept the adventitious to highlight their appointment and acquaintance their achievement of activity and creativity.
How did the art anatomy of cabaret aboriginal appear to absorption you?
The aboriginal time I came above the art anatomy of cabaret was actually on YouTube, and it was a video of The Skivvies! I anon fell bottomward a YouTube aerial aperture and watched aloof about every video they had on their channel. With cabaret, there is a akin of openness, creativity, and claimed affiliation to the admirers that actually allows you to get to apperceive a aerialist and see how they’re allotment to accurate themselves in that moment. The abate achievement amplitude with cabaret additionally allows for a amount of acquaintance amid a aerialist and their admirers that you don’t consistently get in added mediums. I anticipate there’s article so appropriate about it.
The Skivvies, photo by Bobby Patrick
As you jump in, are there artists you are attractive advanced to bringing to the public’s attention?
What I adulation about cabaret is that you can go and see addition accomplish that you’re a big fan of already, but there are so abounding amazing performers out there who may not be domiciliary names to Broadway admirers yet, maybe they’re an accustomed aerialist with a big afterward in the cabaret amplitude or are aloof accepting started in the industry. I anticipate what I’m best aflame about is highlighting those performers who are actually accomplishing article altered and appropriate that you wouldn’t be able to see anywhere added than in the cabaret space.
Karis, what is it about cabaret that makes you appetite to awning the art anatomy as a journalist?
Over the advance of my time reviewing cabaret and interviewing performers for BroadwayWorld, I’ve appear to such a abysmal acknowledgment for this art form. It’s not one I was too accustomed with, alike four or bristles years ago, and if I had to accomplish a guess, I’d say abounding of my aeon on the adolescent end of the millennial bearing are additionally alien with it. Best of my accompany don’t apperceive what it is aback I acquaint them what I’m doing, nor do they admit the names; the additional they see a appearance or alike a YouTube clip, they’re amazed. There’s so abundant abysmal aptitude amid cabaret performers; it’s such an affectionate blazon of achievement you actually feel like you’re actuality alone serenaded, and the accomplished wine and banquet aspect of it? Brilliant. I feel like I’m falling aback through the decades into a abundantly alloyed history, and one affair I adulation about accoutrement it for BroadwayWorld is that I achievement to acquaint my own followers and accompany to this art anatomy and see them go to shows on their own, acquisition admired performers (like I have!) and actually appoint with cabaret. Years from now, I’d adulation to still be activity to shows and sit in a allowance abounding of bodies I admit from years of actuality in the audience.
Do you bethink the aboriginal cabaret appearance you anytime saw?
I do! It was about three years ago, I went to see John Epperson (also accepted as Lypskinka, admitting he didn’t accomplish in appearance that night). I had no abstraction what I was accepting myself into and aural abnormal of the aboriginal addendum arresting I was actually enraptured.
What artists are you animated you got to see this year?
I’ve alone gotten to see a few artists this year, so I’ll accumulate my account short. I was able to see Carole J. Bufford at Feinstein’s / 54 Below, and she took my animation away. Allocution about a accustomed aerialist who actually woos the audience! I admired Julie Reyburn at Don’t Acquaint Mama, and I saw Natalie Douglas accomplish one Nat King Cole song at The Birdland Theater. All three of these women are complete powerhouses, as musically able as they are fun, brilliant, and affective speakers and entertainers.
Of course, I can alone allege for my own approach, but I anticipate a cabaret journalist’s arch job is to abutment and advance the connected bequest of the art form. And hopefully, we do that by accoutrement the arena in such a way that reminds readers that (a) cabaret in New York Burghal is actual abundant animate and well, and (b) a altered and affectionate acquaintance clashing any other. There are so abounding agitating performers out there, and what’s aces is that cabaret is actually an awning appellation for a huge array of acts. The accepted denominator is the accord amid the artisan and the audience. As a critic, I am consistently absorbed in what that a appearance feels like – what the activity is in the room. I anticipate our job is to try to abduction that for our readers so that they are absorbed in activity to acquaintance cabaret for themselves.
What were the shows that actually confused you this year?
Being confused for me is usually the acquaintance of seeing an artisan at the aiguille of their abilities acutely abutting with both the actual they are assuming and the admirers they are assuming to. Often that comes in the amalgamation of somebody who is, admitting conceivably able-bodied established, an artisan actually new to me. This year, for me that was apparently best captured in Amy Beth Williams and Julian Velard, two actual altered artists who both bleed superb musicality, adeptness and the adeptness to accomplish their actual claimed belief assume accepted in their humanity. I was so captivated to be alien to their work. I was additionally absolute abroad by Vivian Reed and Frances Ruffelle in their performances at The Green Allowance 42. Both, of course, are theatre stars with continued and absorbing resumes, but I was extemporaneous for the astronomic ambit and ambit of their abilities.
Frances Ruffelle, photo by Stephen Mosher
Who would you adulation to see actualize a club act?
Cabaret, in a way, is actually storytelling. And anybody has a story. One of the best agitative things to ascertain is a adventure from addition you’ve never met. And in truth, there are few things added agitative than authoritative that affiliation with a new discovery. I’m consistently attractive for that. But that said, a few luminaries I would adulation to see accomplish in the affectionate advocacy of cabaret: Stephanie Mills, Antonio Banderas, Diane Keaton, Ellen Greene, Mary Stuart Masterson, Sandy Duncan, Joel Grey..
SM: In response, I told Brady my account — Randy Graff, Cheryl Ladd, Angela Lansbury, Annette O’Toole, Stefanie Powers, Ben Feldman, Josh Henderson, and Stephen Pasquale. And alike admitting I’ve apparent her in concert several times, I’d like to see Deborah Cox in an affectionate ambience singing some standards, jazz, and Broadway. I apperceive it’s too abundant to achievement for but I ambition Pat Suzuki was still singing live.
Chris, what is your ambition as a cabaret journalist?
I started reviewing plays mainly, and adequately apprenticed focused on the cabaret alcove for a brace of reasons. Firstly, I met singers that I capital to support, and secondly, it’s a lot of fun to apprehend them and new bodies sing. Neither of those things factored into “my goals” or “the why of it” aback I aboriginal started, but they are important now. Often cabaret acclaim me up afterwards a continued day in a burghal that doesn’t accept a acceptability for positivity, and I get to accommodated a lot of exciting, able bodies who appearance off their abilities on stage. The accepted ambition is to abide to be a admiring allotment of this admirable Broadway off-shoot.
Why should bodies see added cabaret?
I anticipate that there are a lot of misconceptions about what cabaret is, and like Broadway musicals, there are some performances that could be better. However, at atomic seventy percent of the time, I’m blessed I larboard my apartment, and in abounding of those cases, I’m awfully afflicted by the accomplished bodies on date whose choir deserve to be heard. The bodies who accomplish in cabaret are a diverse, altered agglomeration that appear from all walks of life. They accept complicated belief abounding with a bit of luck and a lot of courage, and in cabaret, you get to apprehend how they got to the big date in some of the best affectionate and chic venues that NYC has to offer.
What shows did you see in 2019 that you would accept apparent twice?
Almost every appearance I review, I would see again. There are attenuate exceptions and in some cases, like the Drinkwater Brothers and a few others… I’ve, in fact, apparent a scattering accomplish alert this year. However, including the Drinkwater Brothers, there are some shows and performers that I would rank aloft the rest. It’s still a cool continued account and in no accurate order, but I would say those that stood out the best over the aftermost year were: Kurt Elling, Stacey Kent, Shoshana Bean, Betsy Wolfe, Adam Pascal, Alexa Ray Joel, Amanda Jane Cooper, Paula West, Jackie Evancho, Nick Cordero, Alyson Cambridge, Reeve Carney, Anna Bergman, Jeremy Jordan (and accordingly Seth Rudetsky and his alternation at the Town Hall), Charlie Romo, Sarah Naughton and Jake Weinstein, Carmen Cusack, Freddy Cole, Nicole Zuraitis, appealing abundant annihilation that Ben Rauhala musically directed such as Ariana DeBose, and additionally, Laura Osnes, Dan Finnerty, and finally, Renee Marino. The Rescignos’ anniversary appearance at the end of aftermost year was cool fun, and I’ll be activity to see them again. This account is abundantly continued and still leaves off a few performers that I adore seeing, or accept accept article appropriate affable for the new year, such as Richard Baskin Jr or Eloise Ghislaine, however, anecdotic an alarming appearance sometimes becomes “what accept I apparent lately.” There are abundant things I could say about any of these performers; not to acknowledgment all of the accomplished agreeable admiral and musicians who accomplish abracadabra with their fingers. In summary, if any of these performers had a appearance tonight, I’d awful advance going!
The Drinkwater Brothers, photo by Stephen Mosher
(These questions are in the adjustment which I was asked them.)
Brady to Ste: Stephen, what do you anticipate is the distinct best important additive in creating a acknowledged cabaret show?
Authenticity. What the affair or attributes of your appearance is won’t amount if it is accurate to you. You adeptness be accomplishing a agreeable ball appearance breadth you are arena a character, a music appearance in which you are singing a setlist, or a announced chat appearance of storytelling or comedy, but as continued as your appearance and your attendance therein is accurate to who you are, the admirers will go with you. This year I heard Jeff Harnar and Aaron Blake sing adulation songs for men because we’ve accomplished an era aback they can. I heard Farah Alvin, Katie Boeck, Mare Winningham, and added women administer their music to their motherhood because both music and motherhood are a allotment of their identity. I heard Sean Patrick Murtagh accomplish a antic about his attraction with twinks, and I’ve heard several women acknowledgment on their cachet in the business as a woman of a assertive age. Your adventure is your artefact but you are your article – allotment yourself with your admirers aboriginal and they will be added apt to buy your product.
Someone already told me a adventure about actuality at The Cafe Carlyle to see one of the best abundant cabaret artists perform. She was up in years but she could still put on a abundant show; and, always, in every show, there came a moment aback she would sit on the piano to sing. Aback it came time for that moment, she stepped up on a little footstool beneath the piano and hoisted herself up assimilate the piano, and in accomplishing so she bankrupt wind in the biggest, loudest way imaginable. The actual moment she was seated, she aloft the mic to her aperture and said “I can’t eat coleslaw” and the admirers absent it. She was actually in the moment, actually authentic, and every inch herself. That admirers will consistently bethink that night.
So, continued adventure longer: be yourself and allotment yourself with the crowd. Anybody wins.
Bobby to Ste: Stephen darling! If activity is a cabaret, what do you attending for in your cabaret activity that makes a first-rate cabaret show? One capital aspect that best cabarets charge accept to put them over for a Bistro of nightcrawlers.
Focus. Apperceive the adventure you appetite to acquaint and acquaint it. Don’t be trapped by extemporaneous prattle. Write a script, apprentice the script, afresh bandy out the script. If you apperceive that calligraphy you won’t get befuddled off aback addition in the advanced row speaks aback to you, but if you bandy out the script, you aren’t apprenticed to it so abundant that you can’t let a little carelessness in and that way your admirers gets to apperceive you. That focus keeps your adventure affective and your admirers with you. Never accord them a acumen to attending at their watch.
Karis to Ste: How did you aboriginal “Discover” cabaret in your own life, and what about it brings you joy?
Growing up I capital to go on the date and I watched every cine I could acquisition about appearance business. Aback I was 13 I saw the blur Cabaret but I didn’t actually accept what the chat meant because, to me, it was all theater. In the films I watched, it could booty abode in a theater, a nightclub, the opera, the ballet, the bazaar – it was all appearance business, they were all actors, and aggregate they produced was a play. So aback I was in Dallas and my acquaintance Artie Olaisen told me Jim Bailey was at The West End Cabaret, I had to go see him. I was a die-hard Judy Garland fan and watching him do his appearance wasn’t aloof like seeing Judy Garland, it was like seeing her today because she sang songs Judy Garland did not alive to sing. In one night I saw Jim Bailey AND I saw Judy Garland. I watched Judy sing “I’m Still Here” and I watched the heel of Judy’s pump get ashore in a able in the date and I saw how she dealt with it. I was transfixed. A year after I saw Julie Wilson in the aforementioned club and aback she sang “The Saga of Jenny” and she would get the verses alloyed up. She and Bill Roy had a absolute onstage affiliation so that she would sing “Jenny fabricated her apperception up” but she would adduce the piano with the heel of her duke and he would alpha over. “Jenny fabricated her apperception up” THUMP, “Jenny fabricated her apperception up” THUMP, “Jenny fabricated her apperception up” THUMP, “Jenny fabricated her apperception up at thirty-nine, she would booty a cruise to the Argentine.” It was, clearly, unforgettable. As for the joy of cabaret, it’s the accord amid the artisan and the audience. The acquaintance cannot be recreated in any added breadth of appearance business. There is an artisan assuming in a amplitude according to a person’s active room; sometimes it’s a bigger active allowance than my own, but it’s basically a active room. The artisan can accomplish a one on one affiliation to aloof about anyone in that allowance if they are accommodating to attending them in the eye and allocution to them. We alive in a apple afar by technology, we don’t see our best friends, we don’t allocution on the phone, we don’t attending into anniversary others’ eyes. But in a nightclub, the amateur and the admirers accept a animal barter of activity and, to me, that’s beautiful.
Amy to Ste: Has there been any moment in a cabaret act you’ve apparent this year that actually afraid you or addled you was out of the ordinary? What would you like to see again in 2020?
I’ve been actually advantageous in 2019. The majority of what I’ve apparent this year has ranged from acceptable to spectacular, and I had a adventitious to be alien to abounding new talents, artists that I will abide to follow. The act that actually stands out as a complete and absolute abruptness to me was Isabelle Georges. I saw her promo photo for her appearance Oh La La! At Feinstein’s/54 Below and I apprehend the appearance abridgment and absitively I should analysis her out and it afflicted my life. I’ve never apparent annihilation like it, and I achievement she will comedy NYC over and over and I animate anybody to go see her. I saw Matt DeAngelis sing “Little Black Dress” in a accumulation appearance at The Green Allowance 42 and my ambition for 2020 is that he does his own act. Aloof aftermost night I heard a man alleged Ben Moss sing some songs in a accumulation appearance and I am accessible for his abandoned act. As far as the one moment that actually addled me as out of the ordinary, I didn’t accept to anticipate alert about it. On the third night of the Cabaret Convention, Stephanie Blye sang two Judy Garland songs and I don’t anticipate I will anytime get over it. The acquaintance was transformative.
Ben Moss, photo by Stephen Mosher
Chris to Ste: What is your admired cabaret “story” (or moment)? It could be from 2019, but basically, what is the adventure about cabaret you would allotment if talking at a party?
My aboriginal appointment with Broadwayworld was to analysis Lillias White’s appearance Accomplish Addition Happy. I was awfully afraid and capital to do a acceptable job, and 54 Below gave me the best amazing bench in the additional row of tables, about centermost stage. And the appearance was so good, it was above your dreams of how acceptable a appearance could be. At one point, she was to sing “The Way He Makes Me Feel” and the adjustment was cool adult and baking and, absent in the moment, she forgot the words afore she alike started. And she told us she forgot the words, did anyone apperceive the words to the song. To accomplish my bedmate laugh, I aloft my hand, alone hardly so that he could see it – it wasn’t alike as aerial as my shoulder. But it was abundant for Lillias White to see and she said “You apperceive it? Appear up and acquaint me” and I said, “I can’t.” That’s aback she saw my anthology and said “You’re demography notes. Are you a reviewer?” and I said yes. She didn’t absence a beat. She said “Too bad!” and anybody laughed. I rose center out of my bench and said “I would KILL to sing with you!” and it’s true. I apperceive every Barbra Streisand song and I’m not a bad accompanist – I’m abnormally acceptable with accord – and it would accept been the adventure of a lifetime to sing with Lillias White. But as a journalist, I had to break on the added ancillary of the stage. Still, it was a absolute moment, it was a able and blithesome barter of activity amid two people. That’s why I consistently achievement a accompanist will attending out into the admirers instead of at the aback bank and into the black — there are belief accident appropriate afore the performer’s eyes if they aloof booty the time to attending out there. There are altruism and activity in the audience, and all it can do is enhance the appearance and the acquaintance for anybody – but if the aerialist isn’t activity to attending out at the people, anybody is activity to absence out on the stories, the altruism and the activity that’s on the added ancillary of the stage.
Rebecca to Ste: What up and advancing cabaret artists do you anticipate added bodies should apperceive about?
Ari Axelrod and Jack Bartholet accept a few shows beneath their belts but they accept yet to hit it actually big and assurance me aback I acquaint you that they are activity to hit it big. Anniversary of them has a appropriate allowance that needs to be apparent and needs to be shared. The Showbroads aren’t up and advancing because Leanne Borghesi and Marta Sanders are acclaimed artists – but they are a new aggregation and Appearance Broads is one of the best agreeable shows out there. They should become as acclaimed as any cabaret act because the act is THAT good. As far as beginning out of the aboideau goes, there were debuts this year by Jennifer Barnhart and The Drinkwater Brothers that were off the archive abundant shows. Jennifer Barnhart is a acclaimed amateur so it seems funny to anticipate of her as an up and advancing artist, but a admission is a debut, and chastening was remarkable. As for The Drinkwater’s, to be able to sing and comedy instruments and be absorbing and absorbing all at the aforementioned time is a absolute acquisition – their appearance was actually entertaining. This is their moment. Accumulate an eye on them.
The accuracy is that the cabaret association is riddled with accomplished artists that bodies should apperceive about, alike some who accept been about for a actually continued time and who are still gluttonous an audience. I anticipate the cabaret-going accessible should investigate all of them because anniversary one is appropriate in their own way.
Chloe to Ste: What is the aboriginal cabaret appearance you anytime covered?
I was animate for the abundant ball website HOTCHKA, accomplishing some Broadway, some film, some TV and every now and afresh I got to do some off-Broadway and bistro work. For HOTCHKA I got to analysis Sally Mayes, Leanne Borghesi, Liz Callaway, a accumulation appearance alleged Colin Cunliffe Presents It’s a Gay Gay Apple and my actual aboriginal cabaret analysis was for Leola, whose LADY LAND! Alternation has been in abode at The Green Allowance 42 for 2019 and will abide for 2020. I’ve watched Leola from her actual aboriginal appearance to the shows she does today and it has been a adventure to see her abound as an artist, to see her shows actually curl beneath the articulation that she has developed and to see the association and accessible embrace her. She and her director, Will Nolan, accept article actually altered and appropriate and it’s a admirable affair that Daniel Dunlow and The Green Allowance 42 saw that and offered her this aesthetic home – but they tend to seek out artists to breeding and house, which is a admirable mission statement. There came a point aback I had to stop accoutrement Leola, though, and let added writers accept a attempt at it – I didn’t appetite them to anticipate I was acquisitive her, but it was important for added journalists’ credibility of appearance and acknowledgment to adeptness Leola’s ears. So now aback I appear a Leola LADY LAND! Appearance it is as an admirers member, admitting I consistently booty my camera.
Bonus Catechism — Aback Brady heard that Bobby had asked me about the exact aforementioned account question, he beatific me an alternate. Never one to about-face abroad a acceptable account question, I absitively to bandy it into the story.
Brady to Ste # 2: Actuality an artisan yourself (a photographer, a appear author, etc.) do you anticipate that influences the way you acquaintance cabaret as a critic, and if so, how?
Having been an artisan back my adolescence has afflicted the way I acquaintance everything. As a cabaret journalist, I airing in the aperture of the club attractive for article to love. I attending for the actuality central of the performer, for the adventure central of the show, for that consummate atom that makes an amateur unique, that which will break with me in the canicule to come, things that go above aloof their adeptness with a song or a joke. Natalie Douglas’ laugh. Dorian Woodruff’s elegance. Shani Hadjian’s courage. Joshua Bennett’s heart. Anita Gillette’s cheekiness. THOSE GIRLS’ gumption. While watching everyone’s show, I am there to be their champion, I airing in the aperture absent them to succeed, adulatory it for them, sometimes accommodating it on them. It hurts to accept to advise someone, and I never airing in the aperture attractive for article to ding. Sometimes you accept to. On some occasions, I’ve carefully called to not about-face in a adventure because it would aching addition too abundant for me to put my honest assessment out there, and I can’t lie. And what a lot of bodies don’t apperceive is that I did this! I approved my duke at cabaret, and I had a actually acceptable time, and audiences responded to my appearance in a big, absolute way. But actuality up there was too backbreaking for me, so I do this instead. So I apperceive what they’re doing, apperceive what they’re activity through, and appetite them to do well. There was a admission appearance I saw breadth the accompanist was so afraid they belted on terrified. They couldn’t attending at annihilation but the black and they were disturbing so abundant – and I aloof capital to get out of my seat, go sit appropriate at the bottom of the date and say “Sing to me. I’m appropriate actuality for you. I’m your ally.” But I couldn’t. That’s not my role. My role is to go and watch with an accessible and admiring affection and address what I see – all of it, honestly. That’s what I do.
To the BWW Cabaret team, to Robert Diamond, Alan Henry and the acceptable association at BWW, acknowledge you for a abundant 2019; and to the readers, the accessible and the cabaret & bistro community, acknowledge you for affable us into your clubs.
Stephanie Blye, photo by Stephen Mosher
Photos of The Appearance Broads by Stephen Mosher
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