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
This performance will be BYOB with cabaret style cocktail table seating.
The festival includes seminars, exhibits, cabaret performances and other events, but is anchored by readings of musical theater works-in-progress.
The new space boasts room for 172 people in cabaret-style seating, easy parking and the flexibility for more programming.
Jewish ballerina Samantha Hope Galler and Jewish singer Melissa Jacobson each star in ballet and cabaret shows taking place in the final week of December.
In Springsteen’s rock confessional, Bruuuce (as his fans adoringly call him) naturally plays himself in a cabaret reckoning with his soul that’s more intimately revealing than any bio-musical could be.
Around the same time, Greenwich Village coffeehouses were fined for operating as unlicensed cabarets after hosting musicians.
Opening Doors Theatre veteran Robert Yacko performs in this cabaret show.
The cabaret room went silent when it was announced that three Future 43 candidates had won spots on the executive committee, enough to form a ruling junta with some sympathetic old timers.
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Origin and Etymology of cabaret
Synonymsbistro, boîte, nightclub, café (also cafe), club, nightspot, nitery (also niterie), roadhouse, supper club
Related Wordsa-go-go, disco, discotheque (or discothéque); barroom, pub [chiefly British], public house [chiefly British], saloon, tavern; clip joint [slang], dive, honky-tonk, key club, speakeasy; canteen, watering hole, watering place
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