Jazz Guitarist John Pizzarelli & Broadway’s Jessica Molaskey Come to Detroit for Intimate Cabaret Performance

“Cabaret 313 is delighted to present cabaret’s star couple, John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey, in An Evening with John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey on Saturday, May 19 at 8 p.m. at The Cube at the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center (3711 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201). Hailed by Time magazine as one of the year’s “Ten Best Shows,” Pizzarelli and Molaskey bring their signature combination of Broadway, pop and jazz hits to Detroit for a one-of-a-kind combination of all things cabaret.”


Birmingham Native Alexandra Silber Comes Home for Intimate Cabaret Performance

“Cabaret 313 presents “Broadway’s fastest-rising soprano” (The Huffington Post), Alexandra Silber, in Coming Home: Alexandra Silber in Concert on Saturday, March 24 at 7 and 9:30 p.m. at the Black Box Theatre at the Detroit Opera House (1526 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226). Touted as “The glamorous and hyper-articulate Ms. Silber” (The New York Times), the actress returns to Michigan for a performance telling her relationship with her hometown leading to Broadway and her journey back.”


BWW Interview: Kyle Riabko of CLOSE TO YOU: BACHARACH REIMAGINED at Cabaret 313 is Something Different for Detroit!

“Cabaret 313 is presenting multi-talented artist Kyle Riabko for two one-night only performances of his Burt Bacharach themed show, Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined on Saturday, October 28th at the Black Box Theatre at the Detroit Opera House in Detroit. “The main thing is I pack thirty-five songs into about an hour and twenty minutes, and you start to realize just how many hits Burt has written that you know such as ‘Close to You,’ ‘Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head,’ ‘Say a Little Prayer,’ and ‘And Something There to Remind Me.’ The list just goes on and on and on,” said Kyle Riabko. “It’s really a journey through the music and career of Burt Bacharach, but it will also appeal to the people who grew up, like I did, not listening to him, but to Eric ClaptonJimi HendrixJimmy Page and that kind of stuff because I play it from a guitar player’s point of view.””


As Cabaret 313 wraps up second season, founders reflect on putting money where their passion was

““Saturday Night Live” alum and Broadway star Ana Gasteyer once said: “It’s so easy in these cabaret venues to get earnest.” Well, producers Sandi Reitelman and Allan Nachman are counting on Gasteyer to do just that when she takes the stage at the Boll Family YMCA’s Marlene Boll Theatre next month.”