Sunday, November 29, 2009

The Cabaret at the Columbia Club

The American Cabaret Theatre -- now known as The Cabaret -- moves to the Columbia Club on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis Tuesday (1 December).

The Cabaret will now be able to offer its patrons dinner packages, overnight stay packages and expanded food and bar service through the Columbia Club. After the show, the bar will stay open so that patrons can extend their evening enjoying cocktails and conversation. Note: Cabaret patrons will not have to be members of the Columbia Club to come to The Cabaret; however, special incentives will be available to guests who want to become members.

The Cabaret's holiday show is “A Song for the Holidays: Four Enchanting Broadway Voices, One Enchanted Holiday Evening.” Featuring Broadway favorites and holiday standards performed by Brian Lane Green, Lee Lessack, John Boswell and Joanne O'Brien, it will run for five performances from 10-12 December. For more information and tickets (@$40), go online or call 317:294-7005.

The Columbia Club, the Cabaret’s new home, is a private club established in 1889. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most Cabaret performances will be in the French Room on the Club’s third floor, but some will be on the Crystal Terrace or in the Grand Ballroom. The Cabaret, a professional, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, also will have office space in the club.

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