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    Preparing and Recording Your Album

    There are no shortcuts when you make a CD. And there's a lot more to preparing and recording your album than singing on pitch when the tape is rolling. Too often, a cabaret artist's decision to record is made without proper research and knowledge.

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    Cabaret Rooms Across The Country

    The following is a selective list of cabaret rooms in several cities across the country

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    How to Promote and Market Your CD

    Finishing the Hat Trick

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    Kids' Managers

    The following is a partial list of personal managers for infants, children, teens, and/or young adults on the East Coast. Those preceded by a plus sign (+) are members of the National Conference of Personal Managers. For further information on the NCOPM, visit its website www.ncopm.com

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    The WOW Cafe Presents "Mixed G'rill"

    Fresh live music roasted in garlic sauce, steamed belly dancing, thick slices of comedy, stir-fried storytelling, theatre fillets, and luscious honey dipped songs. All dishes served with a side of stand-up tragedian Lisa Gluckin.

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    3 Comedies by Christopher Durang

    Showcase of three comedies: "Identity Crisis", "An Actor's Nightmare" and "Desire, Desire, Desire" written by Christpher Durang.

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    Lear

    A Shakespearean piece that shows the magic, mystery, and danger that exists in our modern urban environment.

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    Along the Way

    An original a cappella revue about life, love and the MTA. Along the Way follows six New Yorkers as they travel by subway beneath the madness and melodrama of the city above them, offering their takes on the

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    Endgame

    "Finished. It's Finished. Nearly finished." Beckett's (other) classic. Hamm, Clov, Nagg, & Nell explore "the last million last moments" of time together in the game that is constantly coming to an end but never quite finishes.

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    Who Killed Johnny Hansen?

    The city is a tough beat. Tougher still if you're a guy named Johnny Hansen.