By Rick Sutton, The Eagle
July 15, 2017
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By Remy Sisk, The Voice-Tribune
July 13, 2017
From playing the suavest scarecrow in the Emerald City in “Wicked” to portraying a gay songwriter on the television show “Nashville,” Kyle Dean Massey’s career has seen him tackle some extremely distinguished roles. Other characters he’s most known for on the Broadway landscape include a vision of a dead teenager in “Next to Normal” and a prince with a yearning heart in “Pippin.” But despite these very unique – and very different – roles, Massey’s commitment to the performing arts and dedication to his craft have allowed him to not only be versatile enough to realize each of these characters with ease but also deliver absolutely stunning performances in every facet of his indeed multifaceted career. Interested audiences will be able to get a taste of his extraordinary talent when the actor brings his solo show to The Cabaret in Indianapolis on July 28.
July 11, 2017
Kyle Dean Massey, star of Broadway's Next to Normal, Wicked, and Pippin, as well as the ABC series Nashville, will present his acclaimed cabaret show in Indianapolis on July 28. Fans can expect songs from his extensive career on Broadway as well as some of his favorites...the songs he heard nightly, the ones he played on guitar or belted in the shower, the ones that made him dance or mended his broken heart ... all songs he was not able to share the way he wanted until now.
By Haley Gibson, NUVO
July 6, 2017
Using a creative mindset to mesh immigration, family heritage and rural life, Indy actress Gail Payne will make her debut at The Cabaret located at the Indiana Landmarks Center on Friday, July 7, to a sold-out audience.
By Rebecca Berfanger, NUVO
June 26, 2017
In January 2016, Krysta Rodriguez performed a cabaret-style show as part of BroadwayCon in New York. (Think ComicCon, but for theater enthusiasts.) While that was a one-off performance only for those who braved a blizzard in New York City when many of the other artists were unable to make it, she’ll be doing a similar gig for The Cabaret in Indianapolis and Columbus the weekend of June 29.
The singer, who has performed on stage in The Addams Family as Wednesday Addams, the Deaf West revival of Spring Awakening, the musical First Date, in the most recent revival of A Chorus Line, and on the television shows Smash and Trial and Error, has never performed in Indianapolis before. But she's looking forward to her cabaret-style show for The Cabaret at the Cook Theater at Indiana Landmarks Center on June 30 and at The Cabaret at the Commons in Columbus on June 29.
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