Cabaret 313 was born of the vision and passion of Sandi Reitelman and Allan Nachman, two Metro Detroiters who developed the idea and plan to bring professional cabaret to the city of Detroit. An intimate genre in which the singer tells a story through song, it evokes both laughter and tears and forges a connection between the artist and the listener. Their thought was that cabaret could tap into and build on the energy and vitality that is now being unleashed in this city . With the resurgence of this art form in cities around the world, and with Detroit’s cultural renewal, both Allan and Sandi and numerous others believed the time had come to introduce cabaret to Detroit.
Cabaret 313 is dedicated to bringing the art form of cabaret to Detroit, while supporting and enhancing the increasing energy and vibrancy in the city. As part of its mission, Cabaret 313 will also foster the growth of the art form through educational programming.
To fulfill its educational mission, Cabaret 313 has formed a unique collaboration with Wayne State University. This collaboration has resulted in masterclasses with Wayne State theatre students, taught by Cabaret 313 artists. During the 2013-2014 season, Amanda McBroom, Morgan James and Scott Coulter led workshops, all resulting in an end-of-year performance for Cabaret 313 donors. During 2014-2015, masterclasses were taught by Liz Callaway and Valarie Pettiford.
Cabaret 313 is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing professional cabaret to Detroit.
Performance address:multiple venues
Business address:PO Box 2380
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