Stephen Holden Defends His Job

The NYTimes cabaret critic in a season-review think piece that calls cabaret “precarious but resiliant“: “Artistically, at least, cabaret is reasonably healthy; an optimist might even say flourishing, as younger singers like Kelli O’Hara, Maude Maggart, Nellie McKay, Johnny Rodgers and Sutton Foster have established themselves as acts that blend singing and patter into intimate, sophisticated entertainments that can’t be found anywhere else.”

One Response to Stephen Holden Defends His Job

  1. Jilly says:

    OH, Michael–thank you for this. You’re caviar in a world of canned tuna yourself!

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