Ask A Cabaret Question at McElrath Cabaret–What Is Your Favorite Cabaret Book? Join The Conversation!

 

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The luminous Julie Wilson at the 1989 MAC Awards, singing “I’m Unlucky In Love”–enjoy!

 

Today’s cabaret question is:

 

What is your favorite cabaret book?

 

I have several favorites, some of which include:

 

  • Intimate Nights by James Gavin


  • The Night and The Music by Deborah Grace Winer


  • The Cabaret Artist’s Handbook by Bob Harrington and edited by Sherry Eaker

So how about you? What is your favorite cabaret book?  Let us know down in the comments!

 

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About Athena at McElrath Cabaret

Athena McElrath is an entertainer with a love for theatre and singing. She enjoys delving in the area of historical cabaret, researching the singers and clubs that were in business from before 1920 to the present, in New York and beyond.
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