Alan Cumming's Cabaret Dressing Room Parties Inspired a Bar Set You Can Take Home

News   Alan Cumming's Cabaret Dressing Room Parties Inspired a Bar Set You Can Take Home
 
During the yearlong run of Cabaret in 2014-15, leading man Alan Cumming maintained a backstage party room in his dressing room, complete with a well-stocked bar for visitors, which came to be known as "Club Cumming."

The club has inspired a dinnerware company called Fishs Eddy to design a bar set named after Club Cumming, consisting of double Old-Fashioned glasses and a tray bearing a pattern of informally dressed dancers in various poses.

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A portion of all sales goes to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the theatre-based charity that does the annual "Gypsy of the Year" and "Easter Bonnet" concerts.

Click here to see the Club Cumming bar set.

Cumming posted a video on Instagram from the Oct. 7 roll-out party hosted by Fishs Eddy:

 

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