Guests at Capone’s Dinner & Show that like the cabaret aspect of our production, should check out the 10th Annual Orlando Cabaret Festival starting today, May 3 through May 13. The festival features four fun and unique cabaret performances. Which one to see might be difficult to choose – why not see them all?
The cabarets include:
- It Was A Very Good Year: 1962
Fifty years ago John F Kennedy was in the White House, man was in space and the Cold War had begun. This cabaret features the music of popular culture and Broadway of 1962.
- A Gay Night for Singing
Long before Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and the prospect of same sex marriages, gay culture had a dynamic presence throughout the world of entertainment. This newest cabaret show embraces gay culture from some of the most exciting Broadway shows.
- An Animated Night of Cabaret
Get your palate ready for a colorful journey through some of the best songs from animated musicals. Revisit new and old classic tunes made famous by some of the most beloved animated films of all time from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Yellow Submarine, Shrek, and more!
- And the Tony Goes to…
Every year the Broadway community gathers to acknowledge the best of theatrical achievements – the Tony Awards! This cabaret revisits the best of the best from legendary musicals including Kiss Me Kate, Damn Yankees, The Wiz, How To Succeed in Business without Really Trying, The Sound of Music, Bye Bye Birdie, Fiddler on the Roof, Sweeney Todd, Billy Elliot, and The Book of Mormon.
Mad Cow Theatre located at 105 S. Magnolia Avenue in Orlando, FL 32801 plays host to this yearly festival. Their 2-theatre complex provides an intimate setting in downtown Orlando. This centralized location is perfect for the lunchtime performances. Monday through Friday of next week you can catch a 45 minute show. Bring your lunch along, or order a box lunch from the theatre, and be back to work within an hour! Have a unique lunch with your friends and co-workers. Groups are welcome.
Weekend shows are held in the evening or on Sundays as a matinee. Tickets to the Orlando Cabaret Festival range from $11 to $32 depending upon the date/time and show. Purchase them by visiting their website at orlandocabaret.com. You may also call (407) 297-8788 for more information.
Last Updated on May 3, 2012