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Quotes of cabaret

  1. Don't know about a cabaret act right now, would actually prefer a role in a broadway musical. – Julia Barr
  2. I don't think I was considered to be a cabaret singer because I didn't have patter that was written. – Rita Coolidge
  3. We then took a shortened version of what we'd been doing in the pubs, with the best gags and things like that, out to cabaret clubs and things in the north of England for six weeks. And we became a big success. – Neil Innes
  4. But what I like to sing mostly is blues and cabaret style. – Moira Kelly
  5. Look at the darkest hit musicals- Cabaret West Side Story, Carousel- they are exuberant experiences. They send you out of the theater filled with music. – John Lithgow
  6. The most rewarding thing is being on Broadway. I went into Cabaret as a replacement and was really challenged beyond anything I could have imagined. – Brooke Shields

Usage examples for cabaret

  1. " I shall put in for a rest after this," said the man as they repassed the post at the cabaret and he opened out the engines. – With Haig on the Somme by D. H. Parry
  2. Under one over- hanging rock was a cabaret or tavern, announcing that wine was sold there, by a withered bush above the door. – A Book of Ghosts by Sabine Baring-Gould
  3. And if you go to the Cabaret de la Vierge, and give his name- you pay nothing. – The Red Cockade by Stanley J. Weyman
  4. For the most part at the Cabaret de la Liberte- a place of very evil repute down in the Rue Christine. – The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy
  5. At this juncture three young fellows of the cabaret type, better known as " lounge lizards," were admitted to the apartment. – The Master Mystery by Arthur B. Reeve and John W. Grey
  6. The cabaret was absolutely deserted; one might have walked all about and carried off what he pleased, as from the sleeping palace in the tale. – Helmet of Navarre by Bertha Runkle
  7. Well, he told me then that if ever I or any of us here were in such grave trouble that we did not know where to turn, one of us was to put on our very oldest clothes, look as like a bare- footed beggar as we could, and then go to Paris to a place called the Cabaret de la Liberte in the Rue Christine. – The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy
  8. We went from one cabaret to another, laughing at everything. – Possessed by Cleveland Moffett
  9. We passed a bright cabaret from which came the sound of many voices; in the blacksmith's shop another group was gathered, and we saw faces eager in the red light. – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  10. He was at a cabaret with some of his comrades, and as he was about to carry his glass to his lips, he was reproached with drinking oftener than the rest, and with not being able to do a moment without it. – The Physiology of Taste by Brillat Savarin
  11. Now and again he passed a small cabaret brightly lit and merry with a noise of talk and laughter that warmed his heart for a moment. – The Blue Pavilions by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  12. And if they turn out to be gamecocks, I will fight them with Monsieur Leon behind the cabaret – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  13. But I have only met him at- at a cabaret – Notwithstanding by Mary Cholmondeley
  14. The fishmonger grew impatient at this, and in future when he wanted a drink he would go to the In 't Roode Valck- at the sign of the Red Falcon- a little cabaret outside the town on the banks of the Sluys canal. – The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the land of Flanders and elsewhere by Charles de Coster
  15. They were bodies without souls, and we all fell into the hands of the cabaret keepers. – The Physiology of Taste by Brillat Savarin
  16. It's cabaret where the money and easy hours is these days. – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst
  17. About the walls were palings that represented a back fence, along which crawled painted black cats in every conceivable state- a rather odd conceit for a cabaret – The Master Mystery by Arthur B. Reeve and John W. Grey
  18. Whether in the street or in a cabaret or in the drawing- room, it " clings." – Further Foolishness by Stephen Leacock
  19. America, socially, is only one vast cabaret mostly consisting of performers. – Quick Action by Robert W. Chambers

Rhymes for cabaret