Established in 2006, the Pacific Northwest Cabaret Association (PNWCA) is dedicated to promote and to preserve the art of the American style cabaret.
PNWCA is the producer of "Seattle's March is Cabaret Month" festival. The festival is committed to providing artists the opportunity to create their own show and to giving the artists the majority of the ticket sales. We can only continue to fiscally do this with your support.
THANK YOU FOR KEEPING CABARET ALIVE!
Donor Levels: Listed to honor past and present cabaret venues.
Le Chat Noir (The Black Cat) $5,000 +
Le Chat Noir was a nineteenth-century entertainment establishment, in the bohemian Montmartre district of Paris. It opened on 18 November 1881 and is thought to be the first modern cabaret
Überbrettl (Superstage) $3,000-$4,999
Überbrettl was the first venue in Germany for literary cabaret, or Kabarett, founded 1901 in Berlin.
The Carlyle $1,000-$2,999The Duplex $500-$499The Duplex is the cornerstone club in Greenwich Village, the cradle of New York City cabaretThumper's $200-$399Thumper's was the grand old gay restaurant/piano bar that was at 15th and Madison on Seattle’s Capitol Hill.The Bistro $100-$199The Patron $5-$99
The Carlyle where the golden age of New York cabaret comes alive each night today.