Skylight Music Theatre presents…
Lee Dougherty Ross Debut Artist Award Cabaret Featuring Allie Babich
One Night Only!
Cabaret Featuring 2017 Lee Dougherty Ross Debut Artist
Award Winner Allie Babich & Special Guests
Monday December 18 at Skylight Bar & Bistro
Milwaukee, Wis. — Skylight Music Theatre will host a special one night only cabaret on Monday, December 18, showcasing Lee Dougherty Ross Debut Artist Award winner Allie Babich, who made her Skylight debut in the title role of Violet (2016). The cabaret starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Skylight Bar & Bistro, 158 N. Broadway. Doors open at 7 p.m.
“Allie Babich and Friends” features Babich and other singers performing a wide-ranging repertoire of Broadway show tunes, soulful surprises, holiday cheer and uplifting songs.
Among the special guests performing with Babich are the director of Violet, Sheri Williams Pannell, and Violet cast members Cynthia Cobb, Raven Dockery, Robby McGhee, Rick Pendzich, Samantha Sostarich and Ryan Stajmiger. Accompaniment is by Anne Van Deusen, who was the music director for Violet (2016). Babich will also be joined onstage by her aunt, performer Debra Babich.
The cabaret will take place on Monday, December 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Skylight Bar & Bistro, 158 N. Broadway in the historic Third Ward. Doors open at 7 p.m. Cost is $10.00 cash or credit at the door. Cash bar will be available. For more information call the Box Office (414) 291-7800, Monday – Saturday, noon – 6 p.m., or visit www.skylightmusictheatre.org, email email@example.com
About Skylight Music Theatre
Skylight Music Theatre’s mission since 1959: To bring the full spectrum of music theatre works to a wide and diverse audience in celebration of the musical and theatrical arts and their reflection of the human condition. Skylight presents productions “Skylight Style” – bringing fresh approaches or interesting twists to music theatre works, creating meaningful connections, not only between the characters on stage but with the audience as well. The beautiful, intimate Cabot Theatre allows audiences to feel close to the powerful emotions on stage.