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The Cabaret at Fort Salem Theater

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July 6-8

Neva Small: Not Quite an Ingenue

Broadway and film star Neva Small (Henry, Sweet Henry; Fiddler on the Roof) stars in a one-woman show that whimsically traces the highlights of her life though the music that has carried and nurtured her professionally and personally. An entertainment that offers some comfortable memories and more than a few surprises, all delivered with the intimacy and joy of a seasoned performer. (


Kerri Lynn Jennings  
July 13-15

Kerri Lynn Jennings: On the Brink

The Los Angeles Times says: “She will enchant and delight you.” Backstage Magazine calls her “a show-stopper with a bright future.” Her songs and stories take you backstage from Las Vegas to Japan to her “Best Performance of the Year” role at Bennington’s Oldcastle Theater. (
Geoffrey Gee
Lynne Kerr
July 20-22  

The Hills of Hebron Are Alive


…yes, with the sound of music. Three professional performers leave their Hebron homesteads to share their talents with local audiences. New Age pianist Geoffrey Gee plays his own compositions from his latest CD (; Rich Wirsing plays acoustic guitar and sings his original folk/rock tunes; and Lynne Kerr presents songs from her Manhattan cabaret triumphs.


July 27-29

Women By Women

Jazz songstylist Barbara Lewin reprises her Manhattan cabaret revue, joined by two other women, featuring songs with lyrics by women, examining the role of Woman in modern society, from Generation XY through middle age and Modern Maturity. Variety said Women by Women is filled with “delights,” and “fine, articulate voices.”
August 10-12

Benita Zahn, with Johnny Hancock

Albany newscaster and musical performer Benita Zahn debuts her cabaret act interpreting the standards with a heart steeped in theatrical tradition. Opening for Ms. Zahn, jazz/pop singer/composer Johnny Hancock explores love and loss in melodic forays into non-traditional musical forms.
August 3-5


A band featuring a ten-year Patti Smith veteran, an Emmy-award winning filmmaker and writer, and the founder of Jeff Buckley's favorite band. Based in an old farmhouse in Salem NY, Psychoneedles formed in the summer of 2005, writing blues-tinged trip-hoppy songs with strong narratives and catchy hooks. (

Kathy Calahan  

August 17-20


Tap into Your Heart

Manhattan-based Kathy Calahan and Tim Falter, real-life partners in song, dance and romance, tell the love story of meeting as supporting cast to Tony Curtis in the musical, Some Like It Hot , singing and tapping to songs from the 30’s& 40’s.  
Tim Falter
August 24-26

The Best of Salem

Contestants selected from The Footlighters’ June revue have worked all summer to craft their personal, professional mini-acts. Adjudicated by a panel of show business veterans and directed by Fort Salem’s resident artistic director, for some of these talents, the initial foray on a professional stage. Perhaps a star will be born before your eyes.

Labor Day Weekend (8/31-9/2)

Songs of War and Peace

Three young musical performers examine the way songwriters have mirrored and/or inspired public opinion with music and lyric during periods of American battles from the Revolutionary War to the conflict in Iraq.

$17/person includes $5 credit toward coffee and dessert

Catering by Norene and Fred’s

Seating Is Limited
Reservations: (518) 854-9200

Grand Opening: July 6, 2007
Weekends All Summer
Shows  Friday and Saturday at 8 PM
Sunday Matinee at 2 PM
Professional Entertainers
From Broadway, Manhattan Cabarets, and Regional Theater
Quality Local Talent
Recording Artists
Singers, Songwriters, Dancers, Musicians
Bands and Original Musical Revues

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