Tuesday - Thursday
$60 Show only or $125 Dinner & Show
Friday & Saturday
$70 Show only or $135 Dinner & Show
Be sure to check out our Season Cabaret Package under Special Promotions.
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Feb. 25-28 & Mar. 1
Amanda McBroom has been called "...the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." Her name first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song The Rose hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter. Her songs have been recorded by the likes of Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills, The Manhattan Transfer and Donny Osmond. As a singer, she has wowed audiences in concert halls around the world including Carnegie Hall in New York, the FORD Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, Wolftrap and Kennedy Center (where she sang with the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marvin Hamlisch) in Washington D.C.
Reviews of Amanda McBroom:
- Stephen Holden in The New York Times: “What sets Ms. McBroom apart from everyone else is her voice, a forceful, flexible pop contralto, which she wields with the skill of an archer to hit the emotional bull’s-eye. She is one of the foremost interpreters of Jacques Brel, and her fierce performance of “La Chanson des Vieux Amants” (in her own English translation) extracted the quivering marrow of a song about marriage, aging, resignation and the weary love that persists through betrayal, boredom and intimacy grown stale. Ms. McBroom can be very funny. And the show was punctuated with comic zingers... If anyone can be called the successor to Barbara Cook in interpretive insight and in conveying a steadfast resilience with a core of optimism, it is Ms. McBroom.”
- London Times: “Amanda McBroom’s show is real grown-up fare. A true cabaret original, McBroom is a singer-songwriter, sometimes witty, sometimes confessional, who can leap from a Dorothy Fields classic to a murderously intense reading of Jacques Brel. (Her show is truly unmissable.”
- Dallas Times Herald: “Amanda McBroom is an extraordinary vocalist. She is also an impeccable storyteller… (Her performance) was both extraordinary and impeccable. Not to mention sassy, sexy and funny.”
Click here to see Amanda McBroom performing “The Way You Look Tonight”
Visit Amanda McBroom’s Official Web Site For More Details
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