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DCCN Open Mic
The Black Squirrel
2427 18th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
The Black Squirrel is located in Adams Morgan between La Fourchette and the Amsterdam Falafelshop
Monday, April 11
8:00 p.m. start
Food and drinks are available. Social hour begins at 7:00 p.m.
Bring a friend for a $5 discount!
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Check out the selection of merchandise available from our CafePress shop, and let us know if there are other products you'd like to see!
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DCCN Members Only Showcase - April 14
The DC Cabaret Network will produce the annual Member Showcase on April 14. The Showcase will feature singers from the Network. It’s always a great evening of music and an opportunity for singers to try new material or polish songs in their repertoire.
The Member Showcase is scheduled for Thursday, April 14 at 8 PM at the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington DC at 474 Ridge Street NW, Washington, DC 20001. Tickets are: $20 / $15 for DCCN members and $10 for children 16 and under.
For reservations, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
George Fulginiti-Shakar will serve as Director and Alex Tang as Musical Director.
I Won't Dance - Steve Ross Plays and Sings Fred Astaire
Germano's - Baltimore
Brunch show – 12:00 noon
New York cabaret great, Steve Ross, brings his fabulous off-Broadway show to Baltimore, celebrating the songs of that dapper genius, Fred Astaire.
The audience will be treated to such musical treasures as Puttin' on the Ritz, Stepping Out With My Baby, Dancing in the Dark, Night and Day, I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan and of course Cheek to Cheek.
The show will also include songs that the great dancer himself wrote (Not My Girl, City of the Angels) and will tell the story of how a determined young mother from Omaha brought Fred and his older sister Adele to Manhattan around the turn of the 20th century and would live to see them become one of the pre-eminent "Kiddie" acts on the vaudeville circuit. That duo dissolved in the early Thirties and Fred went on to be, in the words of no less a superstar than Baryshnikov, "The greatest dancer of the Twentieth Century!"
The audience hears about his solo appearances on Broadway and then his unforgettable and inimitable film career wherein he partnered some of the most glamorous ladies around - Eleanor Powell, Judy Garland, Rita Hayworth and the great Ginger Rogers.
Our Bottomless Brunch and Mimosas and full PIATTINI menu is available in the Cabaret Room during this performance.
"FRED ASTAIRE MUST BE DANCING ON HEAVEN'S CEILING...
STEVE ROSS IS AN AMERICAN CABARET TREASURE."-BARBARA AND SCOTT SIEGEL, THEATERMANIA.COM
DCCN Member Justin Ritchie in "The Secret Garden" April 8 - May 8
DCCN Member Justin Ritchie will be playing the role of Archibald Craven in the beloved musical The Secret Garden at the Colonial Players of Annapolis. Performances will be Thursday - Saturday @ 8pm and Sundays @ 2pm beginning Friday, April 8th and running through Sunday, May 8th.
Tickets and more information can be found at www.thecolonialplayers.org
Maggie's Cabaret "Annie and Heidi: We Hear Voices" - May 6
Friday, May 6th at 8:00 pm
Maggie's Cabaret is pleased to present "Annie and Heidi: We Hear Voices" on Friday, May 6th at 8:00 p.m, St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 1830 Connecticut Avenue, NW.
The show will feature songs about growing up,
growing wise, and yes, growing older. At times witty, at other times contemplative, Annie Elliott and Heidi Mayor will share their experiences of imparting life lessons to the next generation and, every once in a while, actually learning those lessons themselves.
With Jeff Hamlin, Musical Direction/piano; James Elliott on bass; and Direction by Steven Cupo. Doors open at 7:15. A $20 donation to the church includes a glass of wine or soda and light refreshments.