Andreas, Ebersole, Cook, Stritch and Callaway to Be Part of Bay Area Cabaret Season

News   Andreas, Ebersole, Cook, Stritch and Callaway to Be Part of Bay Area Cabaret Season Several Broadway favorites — including Tony winners Christine Ebersole and Barbara Cook — will be part of the Bay Area Cabaret's 2008-2009 concert season, which is entitled Broadway and All That Jazz.

The not-for profit, all-volunteer organization presents its shows in a variety of venues in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In a statement Marilyn Levinson, Bay Area Cabaret founder and executive producer, said, "This season, we have selected from the Broadway and jazz fields a sampling of our nation's best cabaret artists – those who possess the ability to enter into an emotional dialogue with each and every member of their audience. Initial response to our season has been incredibly strong and we have more subscriptions than ever before!"

The line-up for the upcoming season follows:

 

 

  • Christine Andreas with David Burnham: Here's to the Ladies
    Nov. 16 at 7 PM
    Empire Ballroom, Sir Francis Drake Hotel, San Francisco
    Tickets: $45/subscribers $40  

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  • Barbara Cook: A Celebration in Conversation and Song
    Dec. 2 at 8 PM
    Herbst Theatre, San Francisco
    Tickets: $50/subscribers $45  

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  • Nnenna Feelon: An Uncommon Standard
    March 8, 2009 at 5 PM
    Crystal Ballroom, Marines Memorial Club, San Francisco
    Tickets: $45/subscribers $40  

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  • Christine Ebersole with Billy Stritch: Broadway's Best
    April 26 at 5 PM
    Commandants Room, Marines Memorial Club, San Francisco
    Tickets: $50/subscribers $45  

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  • Ann Hampton Callaway: At Last
    May 17 at 5 PM
    Commandants Room, Marines Memorial Club, San Francisco
    Tickets: $45/subscribers $40 For single tickets call (415) 392-4400; for subscriptions call (415) 927-INFO. For more information visit www.bayareacabaret.com.

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    Through its concert series and outreach activities, Bay Area Cabaret aims to "expand the definition of cabaret and broaden the audience for intimate entertainment, offering Great American Songbook entries from Harold Arlen and Stephen Sondheim to Abba and Stevie Wonder."