WINTER PARK — The Winter Park Playhouse’s ongoing Spotlight Cabaret Series has lined up one of Central Florida’s favorite singers, Natalie Doliner, to bring her new solo cabaret show to their theater.
A popular playwright and cabaret performer, Doliner has a new solo cabaret titled The Money’s In the Basement, which will be introduced at the Playhouse on March 22-23. The show will be “celebrating some of our best- loved low voices in the performing arts world,” the Playhouse noted in a news release.
What is Natalie Doliner’s New Cabaret Show?
Accompanied by the Playhouse’s music director Christopher Leavy on piano, this new cabaret show will cover a wide range of song styles, including Broadway favorites, pop songs, jazz hits and even some rock music.
“The Money’s In The Basement will showcase Ms. Doliner’s ability to cross vocal genres with ease,” the Playhouse noted, adding that audiences should be able to quickly recognize hits made popular by singers that include Carly Simon, Carole King, Karen Carpenter, Etta James, Linda Ronstadt, and Patsy Cline, among others.
“We are thrilled to have Natalie premiere her latest solo cabaret at The Playhouse,” noted Heather Alexander, the Playhouse’s executive director. “Remember to book early, we sell out quickly!”
Doliner is known for her performances at local venues that include The Abbey, Orlando Shakes, The Starlight Room, and the new Fringe Art Space. Doliner also performed during the Playhouse’s 2022 Florida Festival of New Musicals for readings of the new musicals Khan! The Musical and Ciao Bambino.
Where Can I See Natalie Doliner Perform?
The Winter Park Playhouse is at 711 Orange Ave. in Winter Park. General admission tickets for their Spotlight Cabaret shows are $20 plus a one drink minimum. The cabaret shows are held in the theater’s lobby where seating is limited, so the Playhouse recommends advance reservations.
This live cabaret will be filmed and available to be viewed virtually from April 7-10. A private link will be sent at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 7 and will be valid through Monday, April 10. The cabaret can be viewed at any time and as many times as desired over the three-day period.
Virtual tickets are $20 and can be purchased online or by calling the box office.
Michael Freeman is an Orlando journalist, playwright, and author of the book A Christmas Eve Story. Contact him at Freelineorlando@gmail.com.