The field of cabaret performance is creative, full of opportunity and excitement--and it's booming! Here is the first book to show performers the ins and outs of mounting a cabaret act. Talented entertainers need to know both the creative and business aspects involved: choosing the right material, finding a music director, selecting wardrobe; structuring the act, getting bookings, publicizing the act; and even making a CD of it.
Bob Harrington was cabaret columnist for Back Stage until his tragic death in 1995. Sherry Eaker, editor-in-chief of Back Stage and editor of The Back Stage Handbook for Performing Artists, lives in New York City.
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