I work regularly for a theater that just opened a fabulous new Cabaret space. They are going to produce acts for weekends between main stage shows. Its a great space with a brand new grand piano and drum set.
Cabarets tends to be different then my regular gigs. People go to these places and have foo-foo drinks and listen to music. Really listen. They are there to hear and see. Its a small stage but a pretty big room. http://www.musicalfare.com/page/premiercabaret/
So we've thought of the usual types of programs - the (completely sold out) Louis Prima show; all Gershwin night with my four hands partner (in the previously posted Youtube video) and two other singers, there is a musical in development from last year's 24 hour writing contest; Cabaret singers with their small ensembles; a night of the music of Carole King (with awesome musician Cathy Carfagna); presentations of a one-woman show; a series of great music from shows rarely done...
So you can see, we've thought of a little variation.
Any other ideas any of you folks can throw my way? And keep it clean!