Cabaret Review

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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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    John Standing: Performing Noël Coward

    John Standing may be appearing in cabaret, but that hasn't stopped him from delivering a master class in acting in this program of Noël Coward songs at Café Carlyle.

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    Leslie Uggams: Uptown Downtown

    The first word that leaps to mind when thinking of Leslie Uggams is "joy." The lady infuses everything she sings with a glowing appreciation of life, and she's at the very top of her form in her new show.

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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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    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.

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    Whistling Away the Dark: A Celebration of Julie Andrews

    Soprano Shana Farr shows promise in this boite tribute to the beloved international musical star, though they are as different as chalk and cheese.

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    Cabaret Review: 'Marilyn Maye: The Happiest Sound in Town'

    Veteran chanteuse Marilyn Maye defies the calendar with an energetic and versatile hour of vocalizing at Feinstein’s at Loews Regency.

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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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    Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley: He Said/She Said

    The married Broadway stars deliver a professional and polished set in this cabaret tour through their romance, but there aren't many surprises.

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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?