Cabaret performance

Here’s a brief article in the Guardian that talks about the rise of “cabaret” performance over the past few years – particularly in England. ¬†An interesting perspective on a much maligned form of performance, along with a little ‘what traditional theatre can learn from cabaret’ – plus an interesting connection made between this current cabaret resurgence and the rise of vaudeville in times of financial stress and recession.

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About Joseph Frost

Associate Professor of Theatre. Head of BA emphasis programs in Dramatic Writing and Theatre Ministry. MFA in Script and Screen Writing, MA in Theatre Acting/Directing from Regent University. Married to Shannon, five children (Nina, Darby, Emory, Beau, Violet)

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