Definition of cabaret
1 archaic : a shop selling wines and liquors
2a : a restaurant serving liquor and providing entertainment (as by singers or dancers) : nightclubb : the show provided at a cabaret
Examples of cabaret in a Sentence
a singing superstar who got her start singing in the cabarets of New York City
Recent Examples of cabaret from the Web
The post says there will be classic American food, craft cocktails and live entertainment (cabaret, contortionists, DJ, more).
The authors of this 1998 transmogrification are Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott of London’s Improbable Theatre, along with the British musical trio The Tiger Lillies, progenitors of what’s come to be known as Brechtian punk cabaret.
The multitiered Cabaret Room alone contained 1,200 - 300 more than its legal capacity.
This will be the second workshop-style cabaret, after an earlier performance in Boston, where Faith Soloway lives.
The crowd was utterly enamored with Hadreas, who is an extraordinary performer, slipping between angelic vulnerability, affirmative sadism, and a type of fifties-crooner cabaret.
With longtime techno producer Beaumont Hannant in tow, her cabaret dance pop marks the same territory as Madonna's Ray of Light, but with a less chilly approach and none of the self-righteous armchair spirituality.
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Origin and Etymology of cabaret
CABARET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cabaret for English Language Learners
: a restaurant where you can buy alcohol and see a musical show
: entertainment provided at a such a restaurant
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