There’ll Be Some Changes Made

 

Hello–as you might have noticed, we’ve taken some needed time off from the blog.

My original idea was that this blog would help us build out audience, and it has, in terms of national exposure.  However, we need to spend more time building our local audience, and they are not, for the most part, online.  This means that our marketing efforts for McElrath Cabaret will have to be taken to the streets, so to speak, for the next while.

We love sharing the information on cabaret tips, questions and Cabaret Through Time posts that you’ve come to enjoy here, and we will continue to write on these topics, just not on a weekly basis, but when we have something important to say about any of them.  We’ll still be posting tips on Tuesdays, questions on Wednesdays and Cabaret Through Time on Fridays, just not on a weekly basis.

We’ve been busy with auditions, and I’m pleased to announce that I was cast in a Shakespeare production for this summer with Portland Actors Ensemble.

We also have an upcoming gig with the Puddin’ River Jazz Band at the Willamette Valley Jazz Society in Salem, Oregon on Sunday, April 14th, from 1-5pm, and it’s a dance.

Hope you’re enjoying cabaret entertainment this week, and honing your skills!

 

Do you have an upcoming cabaret show?  Let us know in the comments below–we love to hear from you!

 

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We are now also on LinkedIn–which has a Cabaret group you should join (!)–and Google+.  You can connect with us there as well.

 

We appreciate your support!

Till next time, 

Weekly Post Lineup At McElrath Cabaret:

Tuesdays:  Cabaret Tip Tuesday

Wednesdays:  Ask A Cabaret Question

Fridays:  Cabaret Through Time

 

 

 

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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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One Response to There’ll Be Some Changes Made

  1. Karen says:

    wow, it is SO true, isn’t it?! we often feel the same about our regular local audience..they are not online! I think you are making the right choice, but I’m so glad you will still keep a posting schedule as I love reading them all! ;-) congrats on all of your upcoming work, girl!