Staunton Performing Arts Center to host ‘Come to the Cabaret’
The Staunton Performing Arts Center will present the fourth in its “Come to the Cabaret” series on Friday, Sept. 11, from 7:30–11 p.m. It will feature Charlottesville singer/songwriter Terry Allard, Waynesboro jazz duo Llyn Walker and Liz Barnes, and Staunton show tunes sensations Brian Holsopple, Diane Heavner, and Don Roe in Broadway and Beyond.
“Come to the Cabaret” will take place at McCracken Hall at Trinity Church, 214 W. Beverley St., Staunton. Tickets will cost $30, including hors d’oeuvres, desserts, soft drinks, and coffee. Beer and wine will be available at the cash bar.
Seating will be limited. For reservations call the Staunton Performing Arts Center at 540.885.3211.
This series of cabarets is a precursor of what the Staunton Performing Arts Center will present when the new Cabaret Theatre is created as part of the performing arts complex in the building adjacent to the Dixie Theatre. It will house a 125-seat theatre where patrons will sit at tables and enjoy light food and drink during the performance. Plans for the complex will be available at the Come to the Cabaret event.