Introducing Cabaret 313

Come to our cabaret, and enjoy a series of truly world-class cabaret singers in intimate evenings of song in interesting settings in Detroit. Recalling the cafes of Berlin and Paris, with performances accompanied by food and drink, you’ll have a uniquely enriching Detroit experience. Cabaret 313 was born of the vision and passion of Sandi Reitelman and Allan Nachman, two Metro Detroiters who developed the idea and plan to bring professional cabaret to the city of Detroit. An intimate genre in which the singer tells a story through song, it evokes both laughter and tears and forges a connection between the artist and the listener. Their thought was that cabaret could tap into and build on the energy and vitality that is now being unleashed in this city . With the resurgence of this art form in cities around the world, and with Detroit’s cultural renewal, both Allan and Sandi and numerous others believe the time has come to introduce cabaret to Detroit. Inaugural soirees were held during the spring of 2013 in the private homes of several influential Detroit supporters, where guests were treated to the artistry of award-winning renowned performers Christine Andreas, Carole J. Bufford and Louise Pitre. With the success of these sold out events, and with a bandwagon of supporters, Cabaret 313 is now presenting cabaret experiences to the public. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, fundraising activities help to underwrite expenses so that reasonable ticket prices can be offered.

Next up, Cabaret 313 presents some of New York’s best talent in Eleven O’Clock Numbers, featuring Carole J. Bufford, Scott Coulter and Elizabeth Stanley in the intimate Chrysler Black Box Theatre at the Detroit Opera House.

Cabaret 313 is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing professional cabaret to Detroit.