From Broadway To Hollywood: A Celebration Of Song–Our New Cabaret Show!

Athena McElrath and KJ McElrath of McElrath Cabaret would like to invite you to our new Cabaret show for the 2012 season.  Entitled “From Broadway To Hollywood:  A Celebration Of Song,” it is a show created with songs from classic Broadway shows and Hollywood films, and includes many familiar favorites such as Come Fly With Me, Tea For Two, Give Me A Kiss To Build A Dream On, I Wonder Why–You’re Just In Love, and a sparkling finale medley that you will not want to miss!

We have two upcoming shows, with more in the near future.  Here are the details:

1.  Friday, January 20, 2012 from 2- 3 pm–POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE–TBA
     Courtyard Village
     4555 NE 66th Ave.
     Vancouver, WA
     (360) 693-5900 
Please check in at the reception desk when you arrive, and the show will be held in the dining room to the left.
2.   Friday, February 3, 2012 from 2:30 – 3:30pm
      Glenwood Place Senior Living
      5500 NE 82nd Ave.
      Vancouver, WA
      (360) 892-1100
Please check in at the reception desk when you arrive, and they will direct you to the location.  This is a regular Wine and Cheese event for the wonderful people that live at Glenwood Place, and due to regulations they are not allowed to serve alcohol to guests, but you are very welcome to come in, have a snack and see the show!
Cost for both events:  Free!
Please, if you can, do let us know if you are coming by leaving a comment on this blog post regarding this event–see below.  
So glad that you found our blog–there will be more great posts about cabaret performers from today as well as yesterday, about composers and lyricists, and other topics of interest to the budding cabaret performer, so please check back regularly!  And please leave a comment–it really helps me to know that someone is reading this! 
Here is our flyer!

Come see the show--it's free and fun! Only one hour long!

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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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