Cabaret on the Lake April Line-Up Announced
(Chicago, IL) Three Cat Productions present Cabaret on the Lake at the Berger Park Mansion, 6205 N. Sheridan Rd. in Chicago every second Friday of the month at 7:30pm. Our April 13th cabaret features: storytellers Karen Genelly, Chels Harvey and Melisha Mitchell (of GeNarrations with the Goodman Theatre), comedian Martin Felshman (of the Cupcake Comedy Cabaret), performance artist Greg Ledger and musicians Gentleman John Battles and William David Sherman.
Admission is free. Join Three Cat Productions for Cabaret on the Lake. Cabaret on the Lake is a free, monthly variety show giving singers, storytellers, comedians, performance artists, musicians, dancers, poets, and solo artists of every type a place to develop their work.
Held the 2nd Friday of the month at the Berger Park Cultural Center, experienced performers split the bill with artists learning their craft or trying new material for the first time. Hosted by Rob Dorn – singer, storyteller, national Broadway musical theater tour veteran, and Green Mill regular. Curator and Creative Producer Laura Scruggs.
Chances are good Cabaret on the Lake will show you something or someone you’ve never seen before. And it’s a great way to get taste of Three Cat for free! Cabaret on the Lake is sponsored by the “Are You Famous, Yet?” podcast and is presented in sponsorship with the Chicago Park District.
About Three Cat Productions
As Chicago’s artist incubator, Three Cat Production’s mission is to nurture artists. We provide opportunities, facilities, experiences, and creative relationships that foster their growth. Three Cat strives to reach diverse artists from as many disciplines as possible, under the umbrella of a producing theater. We believe every artist has a voice and every voice deserves a chance to come into its own, regardless of social connections, experience, education, or income level.
About Are You Famous, Yet?
It’s “That Guy… Who Was in That Thing” meets “The Nerdist Podcast” but with people even less well known! Sure it’s fun to interview the crazy famous and ask them about the difficult years, but that’s been done and they won’t return our calls. Memories are plastic – we’re getting the real dirt from people still crawling through it. Laura Scruggs is the playwright and Jake Scruggs is the technical guy who listens to a lot of “This American Life” and thinks that qualifies him to interview people.