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Synonyms for cabaret

a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink

a series of acts at a night club

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Vivid Cabaret/LA is operated by a subsidiary of Rick's Cabaret International Inc (Nasdaq:RICK), an operator of upscale adult nightclubs.
The Singers' Cabaret Workshop develops singers' cabaret skills.
It straddles the arena and the campsite and will include The Slam Tent, The all-New Cabaret Club andThe Sunset Club.
CABARET WARWICK ARTS CENTRE LIFE is a cabaret, old chum and its willkommen, bienvenue and welcome as the nightclub doors of the Kit Kat Klub open in Coventry tonight.
THREE WOMEN employed at a Nicosia cabaret allegedly denied ever having been forced into prostitution by their bosses.
IT IS a cabaret on board a ship but not a cabaret or a ship as you may know it.
Presented by Singer (as in sewing machines), directed by Bob Fosse, with clothes by Halston, hair styled by Simon Scudera, and makeup designed by Christina, Liza With a "Z" was filmed--"live" as the press release puts it--after five weeks of grueling (and, hot on the heels of the premiere of the Fosse-directed Cabaret, coke-fueled?
On a given evening one can see "well-trained dancers, club dancers, cabaret performers for an evening that can be funny, shocking, dramatic, beautiful--anything.
Ryan was set on becoming an actor until he won a cabaret competition in his hometown, San Francisco, in 2000.
has announced the closing of two loans, the refinancing of a famous West Village cabaret and a construction loan for a condominium being built on Harlem's resurgent 8th Avenue.
NEWHALL - The Canyon Theatre Guild's annual cabaret show will have a Latin American theme as the group presents ``Cabaret Copacabana'' at 6:30 p.
Alan Lareau presents his book as a necessary corrective to the notion that German cabaret of the Weimar period was predominantly avant-garde and political in character.
Jelavich argues that Berlin cabaret was born out of the demand of artistic and intellectual elites for new modes of expression to reflect the experience of the modern metropolis.