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ALAN CUMMING &

ARI SHAPIRO

Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret

April 3 & 4 - 8 PM

Sunshine Cathedral, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Alan Cumming (Cabaret, The Good Wife) and Ari Shapiro (NPR’s All Things Considered, Pink Martini)  both transport audiences to other worlds through their stories. Now, they’re joining forces in SONG. Witness the exclusive debut of their new evening of tunes and tall tales titled “Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret”.

 

Musical direction by Henry Koperski. 

An Outlandish FL performance.

$50/$75/$125

About Alan Cumming

Is there anyone who has a more close association with cabaret than Alan Cumming?

 

On Broadway and the West End he played the Master of Ceremonies in Kander and Ebb’s masterpiece Cabaret, winning a Tony and every other award available in the process. More recently he has toured the world with his cabaret shows, I Bought A Blue Car Today which debuted at the Lincoln Centre, NYC followed by the Sydney Opera House (he doesn’t believe in starting small) and Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, which earned huge critical acclaim and sold out Carnegie Hall, the London Palladium, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA and the Kennedy Center, Washington DC. He also released albums of the same name.

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About Ari Shapiro

Ari Shapiro is the award-winning co-host of NPR's All Things Considered, the most listened-to radio news program in the United States. As a journalist, he has reported from above the Arctic Circle and aboard Air Force One. He has covered wars in Iraq, Ukraine, and Israel, and he has filed stories from dozens of countries and most of the 50 states. Before joining the All Things Considered host team in 2015, he was NPR’s international correspondent based in London. Shapiro joined NPR’s international desk after four years as White House Correspondent during the Obama presidency. In 2012, he embedded with the presidential campaign of Republican Mitt Romney. He was NPR’s Justice Correspondent for five years during the George W. Bush administration.

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