A free Street Vaudeville series for the new '20s with open air performances presented in various neighborhoods throughout Chicago during the summer of 2020.
The Galaxie was fortunate enough to receive an SBA offering that invited us to allocate funds towards business development, and we want to give back to the communities of Chicago with 12 community-based performance the summer off 2020. We are also accepting donations to be able to provide additional performances throughout Chicago. If you have the means, please donate below.
The Corner Cabaret will host 12 free weekly performances in various Chicago neighborhoods, celebrating the music, dance and varieté of the 1920s and 1930s.
All performances will be socially responsible and in direct accordance with CDC and State of Illinois regulations
A 30-minute performance on the front porch and stairs of Chicago residents
Live music featuring The Avondales: Andy Schumm, Paul Asaro, Jeff Parker and Patrick Donley
Dancing by The Galaxie Girls
Sammy the Tramp
Hosted by the double act of Ruby & Roy
Wednesday evenings, 7pm June 24- September 9 2020
Host homes have been nominated and chosen for their central locations, availability of playing space, and neighborhood community outreach.
All performances are free and open to the neighborhood community.
Interested in hosting a Corner Cabaret?
We are offering a small number of reduced-rate opportunities for additional neighborhood performances, based on availability. Please contact us for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
You can host the Corner Cabaret as a private event or in association with your business for $1200-$1500 depending on the venue, location and playing space.
The Corner Cabaret can be customized to include additional performers upon request, based on availability.
Musical performance styles can include Jazz, Blues & R & B. Specialty performers also available.
Please see the Galaxie Chicago website for additional options
If you have the means, and would like to support additional free performances in Chicago neighborhoods, please make a donation via Venmo @nicolle-wood
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