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4th Annual Dallas Cabaret Festival

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Bath House Cultural Center

521 East Lawther Drive

Dallas, TX 75218

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The 4th Annual Dallas Cabaret Festival is a three day event is designed to showcase incredible Dallas-Based Nationally known Cabaret talent. The Festival runs August 22-24 at the Bath House Center Underground.

Opening this year's festival will be a musical review entitled DISCO INFERNO featuring songs from an era of the best music and the worse clothes. The audience is encouraged to wear the best 70's Chic Attire for a chance to win a great prize!

On Friday night, Malcolm Beaty, known to DFW theater audiences, makes his cabaret debut as the winner of this year’s ‘So You Think You Can Cabaret’ competition. Beaty is the 3rd winner of the SYTYCC competition held annually at Two Corks and a Bottle. The competition was designed to encourage and nurture new Cabaret Artists.

Following Malcolm, our featured artists on Friday night are Bill & Peggy Lohr. Peggy Lauren Lohr has enjoyed an impressive vocal career including film, theater, television commercials, cruise lines, and Dallas and L.A.'s hottest clubs. Peggy has worked with noted lyricists and composers including Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Dave Grusin, Johnny Mandel, John Barry, Michel LeGrand and Lalo Schiffrin. She has performed at the La Costa Weekend starring Barbara Walters and Howard Keel and with the great Les Brown and The Band of Renown. Peggy's vocal film credits include "American Flyer", "For the Boys", "Best Friends", and "Out of Africa".Peggy is accompanied by her husband Bill Lohr, an accomplished pianist who has traveled the world as an accompanist for noted singers such as Al Jarreau, Carmen MacRae and most notably as the pianist for Lou Rawls for six years. Bill has performed at the London Palladium, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, as well as numerous television appearances, including The Tonight Show. In 1994, Bill moved to Branson, Missouri and became the conductor and pianist for Andy Williams at the Moon River Theater. In 1995, Bill became pianist for the Lawrence Welk Orchestra.

And headling our festival this year will be Drama Desk Award Winner and Tony Nominee, SAYCON SENGBLOH. Fresh off her stellar performance as Rosaleen, which earned her rave reviews in Atlantic Theatre's, The Secret Life of Bees Sengbloh won the Drama Desk Award, and a Tony Award nomination for her role as “Wife #1” in Eclipsed on Broadway starring Lupita Nyong’o. She played FBI Director Angela Webster on ABC’s 6th season of Scandal and starred in the feature film, Double Play, directed by Ernest Dickerson. She has also been seen on film and television in Finding Fela; American Gangster; Across the Universe; Funny Valentines; “The Good Wife”; “The Night Of ” on HBO; and NBC’s “Law & Order.” She can currently be seen as Detective Jules Becker on the CW show, "In the Dark. Her Broadway credits include Wicked, Holler if Ya Hear Me; Motown the Musical; Fela!; Hair; The Color Purple; Aida as well as the national tour of Rent . And the plays Hurt Village and Eclipsed Off-Broadway. Her podcast blog is SayconTalks and she is on the Board of Directors for Monrovia Football Academy, a school in her father’s native Liberia, West Africa. Search for her song, “Everything” on iTunes, Amazon, and Googleplay. SayconSengbloh.com

This event is Produced by Denise Lee Onstage. Thank you to our private sponsors and the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.



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