ROBERT ABERDEEN has appeared in five Broadway shows, starred in the international tour of The Magic Show and in his own television special: Magic Maestro Please. Other TV credits include Hawaii 5-0 and The Greatest American Hero. He recently returned to New York after six months' featured performances at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Mr. Aberdeen is also Production Manager for Cabaret Lulu performances.

.MARTINE ALLARD first appeared on Broadway at the age of 13 in The Tap Dance Kid, for which she received a Tony Award Nomination as well as the Theater World Award. She currently stars regionally in Ain't Misbehavin and has toured nationally with the show as well as in Sophisticated Ladies. On TV, Ms. Allard was a featured performer on Different Strokes.

LARITA GASKINS, featured singer with the famous Broadway Inspirational Voices, is a busy recording studio singer who has appeared on stage with stars including Aretha Franklin at Radio City Music Hall, on Broadway with Vanessa Williams, at Town Hall with Patti Labelle and in concert with George Benson at Manhattan Center. She will soon be seen with Ben Vareen in the HBO film “Preaching To The Choir” and most recently appeared Off-Broadway in “Over Forty”.

(Cabaret Lulu) has performed her one-woman shows literally from Boston to Bangkok and back again. She made her New York theater debut in the Circle in the Square production of Jean Genet's The Balcony; other theater credits include Little Me, Three Penny Opera, Skin of Our Teeth. Ms. Gould co-starred in the Off-Broadway production of Bits & Pieces, has been seen as a character actress in many motion pictures. TV appearances include PBS' American Playhouse, CBS' Stone Pillow with Lucille Ball and Fame. Ms. Gould is featured in all Cabaret Lulu performances, which she also co-produces..

(Music Director)has traveled throughout the world as pianist with the Lionel Hampton Band and the Duke Ellington Orchestra. He has shared the stage with highly esteemed jazz musucians like Elvin Jones, Dizzy Gillespie,. Illinious Jacket, Dakota Staton, Queen Esther Marow and many others, in concert at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center and in the famous Jazz clubs of New York and the world. Movie appearences include Sabrina, Carlito's Way and Year of the Dragon and directs and records with his own group: " East Of The Sun".

is known throughout the world of magic as a "Magician's Magician", and the creator one of the world's most outstanding Silent Acts which he performs primarily for Cabaret Lulu international audiences.

Broadway credits include Five Guys Named Moe, Porgy & Bess, The Wiz and Bob Fosse's Big Deal. He has toured Eurpoe and America in shows including Cabin In The Sky, My One & Only, Harry Belafonte in Concert, Bob Fosse's Dancin' ; television credits include Fresh Prince of Bel air, A Rage In Harlem and Fosse's Steam Heat on PBS

travels the world sharing his passion for the music and narratives of his Irish heritage. A trained actor with substantial theatrical credits, he is most widely recognized for his unique and powerful interpretations of the traditional standards of the Irish repertoire and his madcap sense of humor

a member of the original Broadway casts of High Society, Grand Hotel & Five Guys Named Moe, includes the Broadway runs of A Chorus Line & Grease among his many other major theatrical credits. Off Broadway credits include Carmen Jones, On The Town; international and national tours of Chorus Line and, with Tommy Tune, My One & Only.

(Producer/Writer) created the Cabaret Lulu concept and writes special material and continuity for the show. Among prior credits are the musical revues Harlem On My Mind, Gospel to Gershwin Vols.1-4, Let The Good Time Roll, Music Maestro Please, Americana, The Duke, The Count & the King; musical comedies: Bits & Pieces, Entertaining Company, Ain’t We Got Fun, The Love Show, Bright Lights of Broadway, the original theater production of Cabaret Lulu and many documentary films.





CHERYL ALEXANDER first appeared on Broadway in Dreamgirls; Other Broadway credits include, Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Once On This Island and Senator Joe. On television, Law & Order, NYPC Blue, Saturday Night Live & The Tony Awards are among her many credits


BERTILLA BAKER'S Broadway show credits include Titanic, Les Miserables, Jekyll & Hyde and the 25th Anniversary production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Featured roles off-Broadway and regionally include Beehive Evita, The Incurable Dorothy Parker, Pump Boys and Dinette and City of Angels for which she won the distinguished Carbonell Award for Best Actress in a Musical.

Nora Cole
NORA COLE's leading roles on Broadway include Jelly's Last Jam and On The Town. Other major credits include The Wild Party, Carmen Jones and, at London's famed Foundry Theater, And God Created The Whale. Ms. Cole has played more than a dozen featured roles off-Broadway and in Regional Theater including the Kennedy Center, Hartford Stage and the prestigious O'Neill Theatre Center. She and is widely recognized for her appearances on TV's All My Children, Another World and Guiding Light.

LES KURTZ (Associate Music Director) has performed with stars ranging from Dion and the Belmonts to Dakota Staton and the Lewis Brothers. He is recognized as a pre-eminent east coast jazz pianist and is regularly seen at leading New York venues including Birdland and the Iridium. Mr. Kurtz is a recipient of the prestigious Shubert Fellowship Award

starred regionally in The Phantom Of The Opera, Sound of Music, The King & I and many other productions. A former "regular" on TV's The Guiding Light, Ms. O'Connell's cabaret concert appearances throughout the United States unfailingly attract extraordinary critical praise.

JAMIE PATTERSON’s Broadway shows include Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Miss Saigon, Cats and the original Broadway production of Dream Girls. He has toured America and Europe with A Chorus Line, Starlight Express and a dozen other shows and is often seen as a featured singer with Jennifer Holiday.

.SANDRA REAVES-PHILLIPS first achieved recognition portraying Mama Younger in the Tony Award winning Broadway musical Raisin and went on to starring roles in Black and Blue, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Further Mo, Blues in the Night, Stompin' At The Savoy and more. She toured in Europe with her Gospel Show, guested with RAY CHARLES in concert at West Point and has a host of film, TV and recording credits. Ms. Reaves-Phillips has been nominated for two Helen Hayes Awards and the NAACP Image Award.

RINUS SPRONG is Founder & Co-Director of the innovative Dutch Don't Dance Division, creating inventive dance theater programs for major venues throughout Europe. In the United States, he dances at special performances & aides the staging and choreography of Cabaret Lulu productions.

ADAM WADE (Mr. Entertainment) was the first African-American to host a national network TV show (Musical Chairs on CBS). His credits include Cashbox and Billboard Awards for Ruby. As an actor, he has been featured on film in Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 and The Anderson Tapes, in theater in Staggerlee, Guys & Dolls, Same Time Next Year, Shades of Harlem; on TV in "Dukes Hazard, The Jeffersons, Sanford & Son and The Sammy Davis Show.

BABS WINN is one of America's foremost exponents of southern country music. TV credits include the soaps Guiding Light & Another World, but she might also be recognized as host of the Home Shopping & QVC networks. Her many theater appearances include featured roles in Good Man Charlie Brown, George M, A Little Night Music, Shenandoah, Urban Cowboy, Peter Pan & Gypsy.


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