A conversation with Erv Raible this weekend

A Conversation with Erv Raible, Executive Director of the Cabaret Conference at Yale University

Sunday, November 7th

Time:  3 PM – 5 PM

Location:  Warehouse Theater, 1021 7th Street, NW  (entrance 645 New York Avenue, NW)

The DC Cabaret Network will host a special event with Erv Raible, Executive/Artistic Director of the yearly Cabaret Conference at Yale University. The talk will be held on Sunday, November 7, in the afternoon from 3 PM to 5 PM at Warehouse Theater.       

The seminar will feature a conversation with Erv talking about his long career and real life experience in the world of cabaret:  as a club owner, as a director, and now, as Artistic Director of the summer training program, the Cabaret Conference at Yale University. The afternoon promises to be interesting!  Most importantly, it will give audience members the opportunity to ask questions about cabaret, performers, and where the art is headed.      

Erv Raible has an amazing background in cabaret.  He owned and managed several clubs in New York City, including the Duplex, Brandys, Eighty Eight’s, and Don’t Tell Mama’s, that gave opportunities to many well-known vocalists.  He co-founded the Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs (MAC), and is now a cabaret coach, director, publicist, consultant and talent representative.   

$20 for members of the DC Cabaret Network, $25 for non-members, $15 for students

More info at  www.dccabaretnetwork.org

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One Response to A conversation with Erv Raible this weekend

  1. Jilly says:

    Ugh! This so sounds like a must-see. I hope to read about it cabaretdc.wordpress.com and am so sorry I won’t be around to hear and maybe meet this amazing man.

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