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Cabaret 313 Tunes Up Detroit Scene with Intimate Performances… Variety

Can a cabaret help drive the renewal of the Motor City? A 2½-year-old Detroit nonprofit is betting it can, with site-specific programming that gets audiences and artists alike to explore the newly resurgent Motown…

Cabaret 313 brings rare entertainment to Detroit… Oakland University News Bureau

March is ending with something the Motor City does not have too much of: cabaret.

Cabaret 313 will bring Tony-nominated actress, dancer and singer Valarie Pettiford to the Chrysler Black Box Theatre at the Detroit Opera House for two packed shows March 28…

Crooning for Cabaret… Hour Detroit

Detroit is nothing if not a highly emotional city, constantly grappling with the past and the future, the good, the bad, and the ugly in all things life, politics, and art.

For other great cities with regeneration in their blood — think Berlin and Paris in the early 20th century — the musical genre known as cabaret seemed to flourish and serve as an outlet for the prevailing emotions of the day: unrest, passion, and change…

Cabaret 313 A Show Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before… Core Detroit

Detroit has a rich music scene. On any given Saturday night, you can choose from a playbill of jazz, R&B, electronic, rock, or even gospel performances.

But until this year, one performance you could not see is a cabaret. Metro Detroiters Sandi Reitelman and Allan Nachman changed all that with the birth of Cabaret 313…

Cabaret 313 aims to bring cabaret music to Detroit… Model D Media

Cabaret is world renown but it’s not exactly well-known in one of the world’s best music cities. Sandi Reitelman and Allan Nachman are working to change that with a new nonprofit, Cabaret 313

Social Scene: From Opera to Oz

In less than a two-week period, the Detroit Opera House presented TheNutcracker with BalletMet Columbus and the Michigan Opera Theatre (MOT) Orchestra; Rockin’ World AIDS Day; and Too Hot to Handel with the Rackham Symphony Choir last night…