Hollywood & Broadway: A Fine Romance
An Evening of Cabaret

Saturday, February 11
6:30 p.m.
Museum Members $35, Public $45    Buy tickets

An Evening of Cabaret with Hilary Ann Feldman accompanied by Beckie Menzie

To receive the member discount, members must sign in once clicking through to the ticket purchase screen. Please place the tickets you would like to purchase in your cart and the discount will be applied when you check out. For information about Driehaus Museum memberships, please see the Join section on the website or call 312 482 8933, ext. 39.

Around the time Eddie Cantor was “Makin’ Whoopee,” young Hollywood spotted old Dame Broadway across a crowded country. He flirted until she could resist no longer. Thus began a beautiful relationship—filled with creativity, challenges and, of course, romance—that has lasted nearly a century. Experience this unique and remarkable love story, beautifully told through backstage stories, delectable anecdotes, and the best music of both worlds.

Tickets include complimentary cocktails and light festive fare.

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