The Workhouse hosts a monthly Cabaret event. In case you didn’t get enough tomfoolery on April 1, our cast will take you on a spirited and laugh-filled evening of song!
Pssst… we’ll even share some of our favorite backstage stories, when things went terribly wrong, but the show must go on! It’ll be an evening of songs and stories from a talented team of performers!
Admission includes a complimentary hors d'oerves plate. A cash bar is available.
Since this isn't assigned seating, everyone can buy their own tickets. Please note in your RSVP that you have purchased your ticket.
This is a limited-seat venue and it is suggested you not wait to reserve a seat.
The Workhouse currently consists of seven (7) artist studio buildings, the main galleries and the recently opened Youth Arts Center. We support more than 100 professional and emerging artists, providing them affordable studios and galleries in which to exhibit their work. As opposed to most passive arts experiences, visitors are encouraged to interact with the artists when they visit. In addition to visual arts, the Workhouse Arts Center is home to performing arts, including theater, film Institute, musical and dance performances. The Education Department supports both the visual and performing arts, offering over 150 classes and workshops each quarter, in a broad spectrum of art disciplines.
Future plans for the Workhouse include a 900-person Event Center, a 1000-seat amphitheater, 300-seat Workhouse Theatre, restaurants, apartments, Music Barn and garden/horticultural area. Several other buildings on the site, yet to be renovated, may provide for other activities such as a Visitors Center, a blacksmith shop, theatre scene shops and rehearsal space, among other possibilities.
We will meet for dinner, place TBD, so please put in your RSVP if you'd like to join us for dinner.