Sammons Cabaret is a New York-style cabaret performance series launched in the Spring of 2012 featuring top local vocal performers. The series showcases local artists in an intimate, elegant setting where the artist is the focal point. It is an intensely personal evening of song and stories, where the audience participates in a direct, emotional conversation with the artist.
Sammons Cabaret features top local vocalists performing music from the Great American Songbook, Broadway show tunes, torch songs, and other standards. The Astrid Merriman Cabaret & Cabernet Fête is an evening of fine music by one dozen top local singers and a wine tasting.
Sammons Cabaret is held on the third Thursday of each month, February-May and September-December. The date of the next Cabaret & Cabernet will be announced in late 2021.
Performing at Sammons Cabaret: We hire local acts from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. To be considered as a performer, please forward your bio, photo (or electronic press kit), music sample, and contact information to email@example.com
Fall 2021 Schedule
This schedule is subject to change.
September 16, 2021
THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT. Singer. Songwriter. Pianist. Oh, and the male vocalist champion of TV’s "Star Search," too. David Slater, who had several Capitol Records projects reach the charts, has worked with entertainers like Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, and Wayne Newton.
Sammons Center for the Arts
October 21, 2021
THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT. It’s "Denim & Diamonds" when the multi-talented Angie McWhirter takes the stage! Her gifts of song, humor, and positive spirit shine in “Little Bit Country, Little Bit Cabaret.”
Award-winning actor/singer Christopher Deaton delights in "In Whatever Time We Have: A Collection & Reflection of Broadway Music," with tunes and mash-ups from "Carousel," "South Pacific," and other beloved Broadway shows.
Linda and Larry Petty, the 2014 Sammons Cabaret Artists of the Year, celebrate the holidays with an evening of wintertime favorites. Their talented friends join them to brighten our spirits. There’s even an audience sing-along!