Denise Lee Onstage and the Bath House Cultural Center present the 2019 Dallas Cabaret Festival, August 22-24, 2019. In 2018, Drama Desk Award Winner and Tony Nominee, Saycon Sengbloh, joined us for a mini-set at the Opening night of the Dallas Cabaret Festival. This year, she returns to headline the 4th Annual Dallas Cabaret Festival! An accomplished performer of song, stage and screen, she comes back to close out the Festival the way she brought it in last year— with a BANG!
This marks the festival’s second year at the Bath House Cultural Center. Thanks to the generosity of the center and the support of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and private donors, there is no increase in ticket prices. We’ve set the bar high with past headliners: Birdland’s Cast Party hosts Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch, award-winning jazz artist Cynthia Scott and last year’s headliner, Broadway and cabaret veteran T. Oliver Reid. We are so excited to continue to bring this caliber of entertainment this year with Ms. Sengbloh.
TICKETS: Advance tickets are $30 for a Full Festival Pass (all 3 shows) or $15 per night. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $20. General admission seating is first come/first serve.
Purchase tickets online at https://dcfest19.eventbrite.com
All performances take place at the Bath House Cultural Center’s Lake-Level Stage. Doors will open at 7:00 and shows will begin at 7:30. A delicious dinner prepared by Our Door To Yours Catering will be available for purchase each night.
Thursday, August 22, 2019 (7:30 PM)
DISCO INFERNO – A celebration of an era of the best music and the worst clothes ever with Denise Lee, Angie McWhirter and other special guests. Featuring Norman Williams and Da Band.
Friday, August 23, 2019 (7:30 PM)
So You Think You Can Cabaret Winner Malcolm Beatty. Immediately following at 8:30pm by Peggy and Bill Lohr with their show “Songs Most Requested.”
Saturday, August 24, 2019 – (7:30 PM)
Saycon Sengbloh brings her seductive style and sensational vocals to the Bath House stage.
Each year the Dallas Cabaret Festival selects a charitable organization to highlight and raise awareness to their mission. This year we have chosen the newly formed Bonnie Jean Foundation, an organization created to honor the legacy of Bonnie Jean Stoner, and share her love for theater with children in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood of Dallas.