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Please visit us online for individual prices by show and for group sales, box lunches, and dinner/show packages.We recommend buying your tickets as early as possible.Phone: 407.297.8788 Online: madcowtheatre.com

Nonprofit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 2880 Orlando, FL

TICKETS: 2018 Ticket prices vary by performance.

THEATRE LOCATION: Set your mapping app to Mad Cow Theatre, 54 W. Church Street, Orlando 32801. Mad Cow Theatre is in the heart of Downtown Orlando. We’re across from the 55W apartments, on the second floor, right above Amura Japanese Restaurant and Jersey Mike’s.

SPECIAL NEEDS: For special seating needs please

advise the box office when purchasing your tickets. We ask that you give us 24-hour notice whenever possible so we may best accommodate your needs. You must be at least 8 years old to attend the Orlando Cabaret Festival.

TICKET EXCHANGE: Single tickets may be exchanged, subject to availability, for a $2.50 service charge per ticket. Exchanges must be made 24 hours in advance. We regret that there are no refunds.

LATE ARRIVALS: Latecomers will be sat at the discretion of management. Some situations may not allow for late seating. Please plan to arrive early. PLEASE REFRAIN from bringing cameras or

recording devices to the theatre. There is no photography of any type allowed in the theatre. Please turn off all cell phones during performance.

P.O. Box 3109 Orlando, FL 32802

TRAFFIC: Worried about traffic or Interstate 4 construction? Check out the I-4 Ultimate website at I4Ultimate.com for the most up-to-date info rmation. We also suggest using your favorite GPS app for real-time traffic updates.

Orlando Cabaret Festival Mad Cow Theatre

PARKING: Options include valet parking at Kres Chophouse, the Central Parking Garage, or a super-close option at the SunTrust Garage. Visit us online at madcowtheatre.com and we’ll also send you more details in your performance reminder.

16 th Annual Orlando Cabaret Festival Featuring The Music of cabaret artists from Central Florida and beyond!

May 4-13, 2018 madcowtheatre.com


Good Year – Club Moo It Was a Very Good Year

– A celebration of how it was and who we were, and a glimpse of who we are now. Experience the hits of 1952 and 1972 with four of the hottest voices in Orlando as your time-traveling tour guides. Delve into the news, the lifestyles, the gossip and, best of all, the music.

It Was a Very Good Year – 1952

The Today Show premiered and UFOs were emerging. The Great American Songbook, from Nat “King” Cole to Hank Williams, was at its best. Visit a time of jazz, standards, and hot new music, mixed with the personalities and the tales of 1952.”

It Was a Very Good Year – 1972 The baby-boomers

were graduating, The Godfather opened at the movies, and music, from “American Pie” to “Burning Love” to “Rocket Man,” was alive. Hollywood hits and rock standards, mixed with politics and chatter, made up the culture of 1972.”

Victoria Broadhurst

Alan Gillespie

Allison Piehl

4Eva29 – Black & White Bash This glamorous and hilarious girl group sings pop parodies for grown women (and those who love them).

MOTHER’S DAY CABARET:

Celebrate the moms in your life with food, drink and music. Now, two options for a relaxing escape: Join us on Church Street for brunch or supper and mix it in with the best voices in Orlando. Mother’s Day Brunch: Ceviche, 11 a.m., then a performance of 1952 in Club Moo. Mother’s Day Supper: Kres Chop House, 4:30 p.m., then a performance of 1972 in Club Moo. Day

Date

Time

Friday

4-May

8:00 p.m.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1952

Saturday

5-May

5:00 p.m.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1952

Saturday

5-May

7:00 p.m.

An Evening with The Atlantic City Boys

Saturday

5-May

8:00 p.m.

Join us for special lunchtime performances May 8-11 in Club Moo. Food and entertainment: What could be a better midday escape? You may pre-order lunches from Apple Spice Junction when you buy your tickets, or you may pack or pick up your favorite meal and bring it with you.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1972

singers who have wowed audiences in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, at Walt Disney World and on cruise ships around the world. Their show is an exciting mix of sophisticated vocals and interactive comedy and features the rock ‘n’ roll harmonies of the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Drifters, the Bee Gees, and, of course, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. The boys have performed with many greats, from Jay Leno to Huey Lewis, Patti Labelle and the Temptations.

TICKETS:

Sunday

6-May

6:00 p.m.

Mad Cow’s 4th Annual Black & White Bash with perfomances by 4Eva29 and the cast of Good Year

Tuesday

8-May

Noon

It Was a Very Good Year: 1972

Wednesday

9-May

Noon

It Was a Very Good Year: 1952

Thursday

10-May

Noon

It Was a Very Good Year: 1972

Friday

11-May

Noon

It Was a Very Good Year: 1952

Mother’s Day Cabaret: Brunch $50, Supper $65.

Adam Reilly

LUNCHTIME PERFORMANCES:

Show

Atlantic City Boys are four dynamic lead

It Was a Very Good Year: Evenings & Weekends $20. Weekday Lunch $15. (Add lunch from Apple Spice $15). Atlantic City Boys: $40.

Friday

11-May

8:00 p.m.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1972

4th Annual Black & White Bash: $125.

Saturday

12-May

5:00 p.m.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1972

(a portion of this ticket will be tax deductiable).

Saturday

12-May

8:00 p.m.

It Was a Very Good Year: 1952

Sunday

13-May

11:00 a.m.

Mother’s Day Brunch at Ceviche & It was a Very Good Year :1952

Sunday

13-May

4:30 p.m.

Mother’s Day Supper at Kres& It was a Very Good Year :1972

All tickets are subject to a $3 processing fee. All ticket purchases are final sale with no refunds. Tickets may be exchanged up to 24 hours prior to a performance. Ticket holders may exchange tickets for a fee of $2.50 per ticket. Due to the nature of live theatre, all artists, schedules and programming are subject to change. We regret any inconveniences.

2018 Cabfest  

It Was a Very Good Year – A celebration of how it was and who we were, and a glimpse of who we are now. Experience the hits of 1952 and 1972...

2018 Cabfest  

It Was a Very Good Year – A celebration of how it was and who we were, and a glimpse of who we are now. Experience the hits of 1952 and 1972...

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