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2017 Cabaret Season
 
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The first space to open in July, 2007, under our renovation plan was the Cabaret at Fort Salem Theater, a little jewel box that hosts musical performances, designed by David Pedemonti to reflect the Mainstage in miniature. Lawrence Hillis in The Eagle described the atmosphere as "the meeting of old friends" with "the beauty of a romantic candle lit dinner." The room features a recessed 8' by 6' stage with state-of-the-art lighting and sound, an antique six foot Knabe Grand Piano in Brazilian rosewood, up to sixteen cabaret tables, and chairs that match the walls of burgundy and gold.
   
   
 
AUGUST 12. SATURDAY AT 5:30 PM. GARDENWORKS FARM-TO-TABLE ONSITE CABARET. DINNER AND SHOW: $65

AUGUST 13. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2 PM ON THE FORT SALEM MAINSTAGE • ALL TICKETS $25
 
JERRY 2017
 

The Rat Pack is back, all rolled up into one spectacular entertainment — Jerry Gretzinger in concert, singing the songs that audiences cheered to hear from Sinatra, Davis, and Martin in their Vegas shows. Bill Zehme, a Sinatra biographer, says of Frank, Sammy and Dean in the early sixties: “They would never look better or sound better or swing better than they did during these shows.” More than the antics, more than the bravura, they created an iconic sound that contemporary artists such as Harry Connick and Michael Bublé struggle to duplicate. With his own style, his own energy, and his own bravura, Gretzinger pays homage to the Rat Pack repertoires and shares tales of musical magic that underscored the Camelot that came to an ended abruptly in November, 1963. In a nod to the Pack's fondness for the female form, Jerry has invited his performer-wife Erin to join him in a few duets.

   
  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 AT 2 PM • ALL TICKETS $20
THE SPURS USA RETURN, WITH THE GINLEY GIRLS
  SPURS & FRIENDS
 

The Spurs USA play the top-drawer classic country catalogue, including Johnny Cash, George Strait, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton. Working beside front-person Dona Federico is lead male singer Dwight O’Neil, a veteran Nashville musician whose former life found him performing with John Hartford, Earl Scruggs, and opening for Fleetwood Mac. The talented sidemen supporting their vocals, passionate professionals all, have shared the stage with a wide spectrum of celebrity singles and groups, including Canned Heat, John Denver, Carly Simon, Willie Nelson, and The Grateful Dead. The Spurs USA play such varied venues as the Saratoga County Fair and the historic Hudson Valley Paramount Theater, where they opened for the Marshall Tucker Band to a standing ovation. They love the intimacy of the Fort Salem stage and return whenever everyone’s schedules permit. Featured with the award-winning band: Saratoga's own Ginley Girls ... the new genration of classic country music.

   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
   
 
   
 
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