It took the pandemic for Nicolas King to stop working. Now the 29-year old cabaret performer is making up for lost time with a busy summer and a new show, appropriately called "Hindsight 2020."
One of the things many of us have been pining for most is the thrill of experiencing live entertainment in person. "Broadway at the Beach: the 21st Provincetown CabaretFest" looks to be just the answer.
Cabaret singer, songwriter, recording artist, actress Nellie McKay comes to Harvard Square this weekend. EDGE spoke to McKay recently about working with David Byrne, politics & what to expect in her latest show.
Something very special, almost miraculous has happened in Boston's cabaret scene, which was thought on life support. But, in fact, In fact, in the past 6-8 months, the local cabaret scene has risen gloriously, like a phoenix from the ashes.
For being a 5-time Grammy Award winner, Dianne Reeves is easy going, relaxed, and completely without pretense in an interview. You never get the sense that she is giving you a rehearsed declaration, but instead she is giving you her authentic self.
As part of upcoming 'Fair Saturday' Event, Broadway babies Lillias White & Seth Rudetsky land in Quincy, MA on 11/30 for a concert. EDGE spoke to the pair about their show & careers.
Carol O'Shaughnessy has been actress, singer, comedienne and entertainer for four decades in Boston, with little chance of her slowing down. Ms. O'Shaughnessy heads to Club Café on 11/23 with her latest show. EDGE spoke to her about her career.
"I have such a weird trajectory," actor/singer Jesse Luttrell says of his career. EDGE spoke to the cabaret performer who brings his tribute show to '60s pop icons to the Boston area on November 14 & 15 about his show & career.
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