Sara Mackie’s Cabaret is CHEAPER THAN THERAPY on Feb. 19

An Intimate Musical Stroll Through One Actor/Singer’s Head

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Sara Mackie (AEA, SAG/AFTRA) Is a Cincinnati based performer who joyfully used to interrupt Algebra II class when she would randomly burst into song.  You see, there is a song for every occasion. You would have seen her most often on the boards at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, and most recently she has appeared at The Human Race Theatre Co. and Cincinnati Shakespeare Co. It is her lifelong dream to gather strangers in a room to sing songs and tell stories related to her most intimate and/or embarrassing experiences. Ms. Mackie has yet to use a single thing she may have learned in Algebra II.

Matthew Umphreys is a Cincinnati-based pianist who is equally at home in opera, chamber music, jazz and musical theater. Matthew works as a coach, pianist and music director for Cincinnati Opera, The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati, and the Schmidt Vocal Institute. In 2018 Matthew co-founded Queen City Cabaret, a new jazz and theatrical cabaret concert series celebrating the rich past, present and future of the Cincinnati music scene.

Tickets are $25 for the 7:30pm live performance at The Carnegie’s Budig Theatre. Streaming tickets are available for $15, more details below.

STREAMING TICKET: Advance ticket purchasers will receive a link by 6pm the day of the show. Streaming tickets will be available up to showtime with an instant link sent via email. No actual ticket is required. The streaming link will be available for viewing indefinitely, for those not available at showtime.

CONTENT ADVISORY: Production includes adult themes and language. Not appropriate for children under 13

For the safety of guests and staff, event attendees are requested to wear a mask while inside of The Carnegie. This policy will be updated according to local and state health ordinances as needed. Please check with the venue a day or two prior to the event for more information.

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