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noun as in nightclub with musical performances

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Whoever thought to cast Hedwig and the Angry Inch mastermind John Cameron Mitchell as a Florida boarding-house owner and drag cabaret singer deserves a bonus.

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He was nominated for four Grammy Awards and often appeared in concerts, clubs and cabarets.

Lush interiors, fashionable styling and artistic flair are all hallmarks of The House of Flowers, based around the high-society de la Mora family and their flower shop and cabaret show, which both share the show’s title.

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The song “Treat People with Kindness” is one of the lesser known tracks on Styles’s recent album, and the video features him and Waller-Bridge cheerfully strutting around a cabaret set in matching sparkly sweater-vests.

The new edition of “Simply Sondheim” — a cabaret production unveiled in 2015 to mark the company’s 25th anniversary — is a newly imagined version with 30 Sondheim songs staged by Gardiner.

Then we were dropping in on some cabaret in Denver, or perhaps it was a restaurant in Nevada.

“I was thinking of Bob Fosse when he took Cabaret and completely changed it for film,” Marshall says.

Like Fosse did with Cabaret, Marshall excised two major characters: the Narrator and the Mysterious Man.

One thing I do to respect the people who want to keep hip hop ‘sacred’ is refer to myself as rap-cabaret.

I went to see Cabaret the other night, but it was over the top slightly.

It is a narrow lane, and there is a cabaret at each corner of it.

Despite this clue to Miss Weston's character, we were disappointed and surprised at her conduct in the Paris cabaret.

She sat first with her one friend in the establishment, who was a kindly but hardened cabaret singer.

The house was near a noted cabaret, to which they sometimes resorted, at the Saint-Sulpice end of the street.

He was expected to maintain the dignity of the government on a salary that a cabaret performer would count beneath contempt.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cabaret, such as: disco, bar, dive, hideaway, speakeasy, and tavern.

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