For a number of years now, NYC cabaret performer Seth Sikes has been performing his tribute show "Me and My Gals: Seth Sikes Sings Judy and Liza and Barbra etc." that he's bringing to Boston. EDGE caught the show earlier this year. Here's a review.
"It feels like a slight miracle that we are doing this again," chimed Tony-nominee and Emmy Award-winner Liz Callaway, about performing in-person again in front of an audience. "It feels amazing."
What doesn't stay in Vegas. Boston cabaret performer Carol O'Shaughnessy recalls her brush with the 'Rat Pack' in Vegas.
Eschewing labels, as millennials often prefer to do, Arjana and Ivan are not simply cabaret, jazz, pop, or rock performers, but seem to blend and fuse many genres together.
Comic and singer Rod Ferguson has a new one person show about a number of unlikely subjects. Called 'Man Overboard!!!,' he brings it to Boston & NYC in upcoming weeks. EDGE spoke to Ferguson, but not necessarily about his show.
Marieann Meringolo has been compared to Barbra Streisand & Nancy LaMott; now the award-winning singer presents a show that honors the singers she loves. EDGE spoke to the singer about the show and career.
At 93, the cabaret legend Marilyn Maye heads to Cape Cod this week. EDGE spoke to the unstoppable star, who has been performing for six decades, about singing and her career.
Broadway and cabaret performer Melissa Errico met Michel Legrand when she was cast in his 2003 musical "Amour." She continues her love affair with his music with her new show "Amour & After," which she discusses in this interview.
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