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cabaret

ka buh ray

  • n  a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
    don't expect a good meal at a cabaret
  • n  a series of acts at a night club

  • The show opens with an infectious cabaret number that launches the show as effectively as the Wilkomen number in Cabaret: "I'm known In all the wrong places I'm one of those .
  • The wobble board is the discovery of a beat-bearded Australian named Rolf Harris, 30, a cabaret and TV singer who also has aspirations to become a painter.
  • And in postwar America, the movies, Broadway and cabaret were more welcoming to black performers, especially ones with a touch of aristocratic or sexual exotica: Sidney Poitier, .
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  • Arlo Guthrie in MSNBC
    We're talking Native American, punk bands, German cabaret singers and Klezmer music players,says Arlo Guthrie, the composer of "Alice's Restaurant." "Every kind of genre you can imagine because my dad's work is so varied that it allows...
  • Jamie Durie in Sydney Morning Herald
    I was in cabaret as a dancer,Durie said in response to a question about his former "show business" career.
  • Leighton Meester in Socialite Life (blog)
    She just makes a cameo performance, and we talk about her for awhile. But, yeah, we all have a storyline where we put on a cabaret with her songs. You'll have to wait and see,Leighton explains.

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