2020 Cabaret Series

This Fall, We're Bringing the Valley Live Music and Cabaret Acts - Call 541.488.2902 for tickets!

Dark Eyes Duet, Gypsy Jazz Featuring Greta Gardiner and Dayton Mason

Sept 20th 1pm

Tickets to this show are free - call the box office @ 541.488.2902 to reserve. Donations will be accepted for Cabaret employees who lost their homes in the Almeda fire. Featuring gypsy jazz standards of the 40’s by Django Rheinhardt and other jazz artists - inspired by the French jazz movement of WWII era. Fun, sexy, uptempo with guitarist Dayton Mason and musician/singer Greta Gardiner.

Phantom to Fleetwood - The Music that Made Me

Sept 23rd - 8pm

Tickets to the 9/16 & 9/17 shows are free - call the box office @ 541.488.2902 to reserve. Donations will be accepted for Cabaret employees who lost their homes in the Almeda fire. The music that inspired her - featuring music from Phantom of the Opera, Glen Hansard (Once the Musical), all the way to Fleetwood Mac, is brought to the Oregon Cabaret by the amazing voice of Carrie Lyn Brandon (Beehive, Bat Boy, Rocky Horror). Carrie’s journey from musical theatre, to cruise ships, to national tours is highlighted in a night of incredible music.

Danielle Kelly and Greta Gardiner

Sept 24th 8pm

Danielle and Greta come together for a night of feel good Motown covers and other popular feel good music. Local music sensation Danielle Kelly is the vocalist of two musical projects in Southern Oregon. Her sound ranges from retro-soul to blues and jazz.

Singer/songwriter Greta Gardiner plays a variety of instruments, including: guitar, banjo, bass, keys and percussion.

Jared Freiburg - Vagabond Trio

Fri 9/25 8pm, Sat 9/26 1pm, Sat 9/26 8pm, Sun 9/27 1pm, Mon 9/28 8pm, Fri 10/2 8pm, Sat 10/3 1pm, Sat 10/3 8pm, Sun 10/4 1pm, Mon 10/5 8pm, Fri 10/9 8pm, Sat 10/10 8pm, Sun 10/11 1pm

Cabaret favorite and Jerry Lee Lewis in Oregon Cabaret Theatre’s production of Million Dollar Quartet is coming back! Jared and the Vagabond Trio are bringing music from the 50’s, 60’s and even some new rock n’ roll, rockabilly, and other favorites. Jared's electric energy and amazing talent will take you back with music of your favorite rock and roll legends from Jerry Lee Lewis to Elvis Presley and many others.

Mercury Rising

Sept 30th and October 1st

Courtney Freed’s one-woman show "Mercury Rising" highlights Freddie Mercury's incredible range and dynamic stage presence through vocal driven jazz arrangements. Freed also brings to light the life experiences that shaped his talent and ultimately led to his untimely AIDS related death in 1991. "Mercury Rising"  is not simply a concert of Queen’s music, but rather an homage paid to Mercury through the art of cabaret storytelling and a fresh musical take on his most beloved songs.

A Tribute to the Life and Music of Patsy Cline

Wed 10/7 8pm, Thu 10/8 1pm, Thu 10/8 8pm

Ashland favorite and Broadway Veteran Livia Genise brings to life the music and story of Patsy Cline highlighting her most famous music.  With a live band and narration the story of Patsy’s life comes alive surrounded by her magical music.

Noel & Cole: Cocktails for Two

Sat 10/10 1pm, Sat 10/17 1pm, Sat 10/24 1pm

Starring Cabaret Favorites Renee Hewitt (last seen in Steel Magnolias) and Todd Nielsen (Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd, Director of Million Dollar Quartet) - It’s Noel vs Cole in this delightful afternoon songfest featuring the wit, wisdom and romance of the songs of Noel Coward and Cole Porter. Which will win out when the curtain comes down? Come join us and find out.


These are My Nice Underwear

10/14 8pm & 10/15 8pm


Comedian, Singer, Actor and all around amazing human Eleise Moore takes us on a comical journey of her experiences through music and laughter.  Eleise was last seen on the Cabaret stage in Every Christmas Story Ever Told.

Get it While you Can: The Music of Janis Joplin

Fri 10/16 Eve, Sat 10/17 Eve, Sun 10/18 Mat

Kristen Calvin will be back to reprise her popular rendition of rock legend, Janis Joplin. Calvin has also appeared on the Cabaret stage in such shows as Bat Boy, Rocky Horror, She Loves Me, & most recently Sweeney Todd. Kristen will be joined by Robbie Dacosta, Tom Stamper, and Jacob Rubanowitz, in a rocking band that will bring to life the music of Janis Joplin. Come rock out with us to Janis's greatest hits, and relive the magic of the 60's, through actual quotes from her life and career.

Rogue Suspects Lite, Featuring Shae Celine, Greg Fredericks & Dirk Price

Wed 10/21 Eve, Wed 10/28 Eve

Rogue Valley favorites are bringing their talents for a night of classic rock with three of the Rogue Suspects.  Come rock out with Shae, Greg and Dirk!

Brothers Reed

Thu 10/22 8pm, Thu 10/29 8pm

Famous Northwest musical duo Aaron and Phil Reed join us once again at the Cabaret. With their comedic brotherly banter, impeccable harmonic expression, and widely varying influences, a Brothers Reed performance will have you reflecting on lost lives and lovers, laughing hysterically and leaving completely entertained.

Delilah Beaucoup

Fri 10/23 8pm, Sat 10/24 8pm, Sun 10/25 1pm

Sultry, sassy, Delilah Beaucoup (pronounced Bow-coo) brings an evening of vintage jazz, French gypsy jazz, and Cabaret songs from the Golden era of America’s most prolific musical period.  Wear your most elegant frock and get ready for a night of fun, romance, and amazing music.

HalloQUEEN Spooktacular

Fri 10/30 8pm, Sat 10/31 8pm, Sun 11/1 1pm

The spookiest queens return to Ashland to send shivers down your spine in a horrifically FABULOUS drag show the Cabaret Theatre has never seen before! Hosted by the mysteriously elusive Daizy with chilling performances by Bettie Wood and Holly Hazmat.

Talkin’ to Brick Walls Featuring Galloway Stevens

Fri 11/6 Eve, Sat 11/7 Mat, Sat 11/7 Eve

Take a trip with Associate Artistic Director and Cabaret favorite Galloway Stevens down a dusty memory lane as he weaves tall tales of his colorful past, illuminating how he went from small town hillbilly to world traveling hillbilly. Accompanied by an eclectic musical mix of everything from country/gospel to musical theatre standards, Galloway opens up and shares how he learned to grow from the strength of his roots in order to climb over the many walls of life to see what's on the other side.