Expand Your Experience

Expand Your Experience: CABARET

Make a Night of it with Dinner and a Show!

Enjoy a show-themed, mouthwatering pre-show dinner at Leonardo’s Café. Savor a delectable meal - served buffet style - and choose from one of two delicious entrees or our made-to-order pasta station served with fresh vegetables, salads, potatoes and scrumptious desserts. Coffee and soda are included, while spirits will be available for purchase. Call Leonardo's Café to reserve your seats today at 605-731-2384 - they fill up fast! Payment is made the night of the buffet. 
 
Individual prices are $19.95 (adults) & $8.50 (kids 10 and under) plus tax per buffet. 10% discount for members.

CABARET

  • April 24, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • April 25, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • April 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Themed Menu

  • “What Would You Do?” Made to Order Pasta Bar 
  • House Salad
  • Cliff’s Corn Medley 
  • “Perfectly Marvelous” Roasted Potatoes 
  • Berlin Bangers and Cabbage
  • New York Strip Medallions with “Cabaret” Demi
  • Dessert buffet featuring Kit Kat Klub Mousse, Sally’s S’mores Tarts, German Chocolate Brownies, Apple Strudel and Pineapple Upside Down Tarts
  • Coffee or Soda are included

Delight in Lobby Happy Hour

Enjoy a drink before the show and listen to delightful music by the Gene McGowan Quartet! Think you’ll be thirsty later? Take a moment to pre-order your intermission beverage during happy hour and side-step the busy lines at intermission.

Be Inspired by the Visual Arts Center

The Visual Arts Center offers a variety of exhibitions for you to enjoy, included with your performance purchase. We invite you to experience more of your Washington Pavilion and browse our seven galleries. Admission prior to select shows is free to patrons with performance tickets.

Enhance Your Experience with Performance Insights

Held 45 minutes before the show in the Jerstad Gallery in the Visual Arts Center located on the 2nd-floor, Performance Insights offer an exciting glimpse into the making of CABARET before the curtain rises. Local scholars provide historical context and information on the show. Occasionally, a representative from the touring group attends to answer questions and share more about their process. 

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