Cabaret Review

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    An Evening With Nathan Gunn

    Opera star Nathan Gunn is making his Café Carlyle debut with a beguilingly intimate set that feels as if you're sharing an evening salon of song in his home.

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    Shirley Jones: An Evening of Story and Song

    The Broadway and film star's legendary voice may be a bit dimmed by time, but her superb musicianship and serious acting chops insure that the lady is still a champ.

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    On a Clear Day: The Musical Vision of Burton Lane

    92nd Street Y's Lyrics and Lyricists series serves up the songs of this classic film and stage composer with wit and style.

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    Brooke Shields: In My Life

    Though Brooke Shields shows convincing proof that she can do this cabaret thing, nerves get in the way, and we don't see it often enough in this pleasant but undistinguished turn.

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    Schmutzigen Deutsche Kabarett

    How much do we love an after-hours "Willkommen," especially if it involves lingerie, men in makeup, and more than a few spankings?

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    Christine Ebersole

    The two-time Tony winner balances ballads and comedy numbers with tales of Tinseltown and personal moments in a polished hour. The only complaint is that it's a shade too polished.

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    Lorna Luft: Songs My Mother Taught Me

    This expansive musical tribute to Judy Garland by her daughter suffers from being truncated and crammed into a room that's too small, but it succeeds in communicating the love they shared.

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    Bonnie Langford Spends Christmas in New York

    Bonnie Langford has taken the traditional autobiographical approach. The result is mostly, to paraphrase a song from Langford's only Broadway credit, friendly and funny and fine.

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    Jackie Hoffman: Jackie Five-Oh!

    No one is spared Jackie Hoffman's acid tongue in this riotously funny kvetchfest. Everything from Holocaust movies to her current gig in "The Addams Family" gets royally roasted.

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    Kelli O'Hara

    The three-time Tony nominee shows that she’s more than just an ingénue in this charming cabaret set, displaying considerable versatility as she ranges from passionate, heart-stopping power to riotous comedy.