Sullivan will kick off the cabaret season, Sept. 16-19, in a new show, Colored Lights, which "tracks the hilarious story of a singer’s ups and downs from the sticks to Broadway," according to press notes. Sullivan has appeared on Broadway or on tour in The Threepenney Opera (with Sting), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Annie Get Your Gun, and is an annual headliner at the Oak Room in New York. She is the recipient of the Manhattan Association of Cabaret & Clubs' Outstanding Female Vocalist Award.
Morton, a Tony Award nominee for Taboo, will return Oct. 14-17 after making an appearance in last year's Cabaret Series. According to press notes, "The spirited crooner’s set included everything from show tunes to Joni Mitchell to original melodies."
Cohn's act, Feb. 24-27, 2011, will be titled Simply Complicated: The Elegant Escapades of a Danish-Israeli Opera-Singing Tank Commander. Known to Centerstage audiences for her appearances in The Murder of Isaac and The Boys from Syracuse, Cohn appeared on Broadway in Baz Luhrmann's production of La Boheme.
Centerstage associate artist Butler will return to the theatre March 24-27. Butler is a favorite of Baltimore audiences for her performances in Ain't Misbehavin', Dinah Was and Caroline, or Change, among others at Centerstage.
Leggs will conclude the cabaret season May 19-22 in an act entitled Fractured Love Songs. Known to Broadway audiences for his turn as Mister in The Color Purple, Leggs appeared at Centerstage in Two Gentlemen of Verona and will be seen there again this fall in The Wiz. Centerstage is located at 700 North Calvert Street in Baltimore. For more information and to order tickets, call (410) 332-0033 or visit centerstage.org.