Join us for Dorothy's monthly Ruby Slipper Cabaret. 

We offer a variety of the best performers in the Seattle area.  You're sure to have a great time.

Dorothy's offers holds events throughout Seattle.  Be sure to make note of the venue for each show. 

 

Saturday, January 27

Being Alive

Dorothy's is very excited to bring Brandon Hell to our stage at the Hillman City Collaboratory.  Singing songs by Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Norah Jones, Sarah McLaughlin and many more, Brandon will be joined by special guests Sascha Billinghurst, Elizabeth Binkley, Matthew Serino and Thomas Serino. 

The Hillman City Collaboratory 7:30 p.m.

5623 Rainier Ave S, Seattle

 

Saturday, February 17 and Sunday, february 18

 

Almost Like being in love

Dorothy's own John Lehrack returns to the stage in this post-Valentine cabaret filled with great love songs of love and a few tales of woe. 

February 17 - Seattle First Baptist Church  7:30 p.m.

1111 Harvard Ave, Seatte

February 18 - St. Alban's Episcopal Church

21405 82nd Place W., Edmonds  6:00 p.m.

 

Friday, February 23 and Saturday, february 24

We're still singing

A cabaret featuring Performers of Color

Dorothy's is proud to partner with CenterStage Theatre of Federal Way to produce this cabaret starring Singers of Color performing musical theatre roles for which they would never be cast because of the color of their skin.  Feature the vocal talents of Angelica Barksdale,  Matt Dela Cruz,  Tyler Dobies,  Anasofia Gallegos, Helen Martin, Deanna Martinez, Fune Tautala,  Amy Van Mechelen and Jeff Wallace, Jr.

February 23, 2018

Centerstage Theatre at the Knutzen Family Theatre

3200 SW Dash Point Rd, Federal Way

8:00 p.m.

February 24. 2018

Hillman City Collaboratory

5623 Rainier Ave S., Seattle

7:30 p.m.

 

 

 

OUR VENUES

 

Seattle First Baptist Church

1111 Harvard Ave

Our shows at Seattle First are held in the basement in the Fridell Lounge.  While the thought of "church basement" sends shivers down some spines, this venue is not your mother's church basement or Baptist church.  Dorothy's Cabaret at Seattle First features comfortable seating at cabaret tables, theatre lighting, a great sound system, a Steinway grand piano and lots of refreshments.  The church is ADA accessible and also offers gender neutral bathrooms.  Parking is easy (but not free) in the large lot adjacent to the church.  Located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, you can find a multitude of restaurants and bars nearby for a pre- or post dinner or cocktails.  Find more information about SFBC at http://www.seattlefirstbaptist.org/

 

The Hillman City Collaboratory

5623 Rainier Ave S.

The Hillman City  Collaboratory is a very fun space in South Seattle in the Hillman City neighborhood.   The venue features seating on sofas and plush chairs while watching the show on a small stage with an upright piano.  A professional sound system is available and Dorothy's always offers a lot of refreshments during the show.  Street parking is plentiful and free.  Come early and enjoy a nice dinner in nearby Columbia City.   For more information on the Collab, please visit them online at https://hillmancitycollaboratory.org/

 

Re-bar

1114 Howell St.

A long time downtown and Capitol Hill-adjacent Seattle favorite for live music, dancing, cabaret shows and more, Re-bar is home to our regular Piano Bar nights.  Re-bar offers comfortable seating around cabaret tables, in booths or at the bar.  The cocktails are delicious and the staff is the friendliest in town.  Re-bar is a cash-only establishment but an ATM is located inside the bar so your'e sure to never run out of funds.  You must be 21 and up to attend events at Re-bar.  Our piano bar features a digital keyboard on Re-bar's stage and their great crew makes sure we have professional lighting and plenty of mics for anyone who wants to sing.  You can visit Re-bar online at http://www.rebarseattle.com/