The Ruby Besler Cabaret

cabaret & variety · ruby besler productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States

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STEVE CRANE certified reviewer · June 17, 2013
Funny, sexy and great music... and who is that amazing piano player? None other than Redd Kross's Gere Fennelly! Great fun! Highly recommended. ... full review

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This is evidently a fictional reenactment of a 1940’s nightclub act by talented singer/writer Anastasia Barnes. Instead of a set there are four zoftic chorus girls with white feather fans who pose seductively while keeping in the background. They were quite a bevy of pulchritude but I felt this show could have succeeded just as well with a bare stage and the excellent piano accompaniment. The memoir stories gave Barnes a chance to show off her acting skills but, in spite of some racy dialogue, it’s all a little tame. Still, Barnes has a sweet voice and a pleasing way with her original songs that did capture the now seen as innocent days of early cabaret. Morna Murphy Martell, Theater Critic full review

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ASHLEY COTTER · June 29, 2013
This is Classic Cabaret at it's finest. You can't ask for a more pure example of what Cabaret should be! You can see my full review here. full review

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JORDAN YOUNG · June 26, 2013
Lots of fun. ... full review

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in my own defence - a one man show

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a single father, his 2 teenage kids, a mob boss, a murder trial and a pot selling nun in a Hollywood commune. you're going to laugh, cry and even remember the next day. get your tickets now before it's too late.

Final two shows! Sat at 7pm, Sun at 3pm

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Who knew that being afraid of tubas would be the most reasonable thing going on these days? Come see us. Share a heartfelt laugh. Let the storytelling push away our fears. Participants PYWC Volunteers are free.