April 12th, 2016 by Julie
September 12th, 2015 by Julie
“The 39 Steps” opening soon at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. The play will open on September 10th 2015. It promises to be a lively show with an onstage plane crash also a chase on top of a moving train, sounds very exciting.
I first saw the classic 1935 thriller by Alfred Hitchcock many years ago, I remember how intense it was, this version however will be just as thrilling but with lots of comedy too.
It is about a man Richard Hanney played by John Stadelman who is bored and goes to a play while there he witnesses a murder. There is a mysterious woman in black played by Katie Beck. Justin Waggle and Stephen Kline round out the cast playing multiple roles.
This is a fast paced whodunit about spies and murder with dashing heroes and classy dames, gosh I can’t wait until opening night….
September 5th, 2015 by Julie
‘Hearsay‘ a new restaurant lounge and garden opening soon below the former “old Pink church” building at 241 Hargadine Street Ashland that houses the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. The space used to be the now closed restaurant Dragonfly.
Owner and designer of ‘Hearsay’ Craig Hudson is now in the midst of building the new unique and dazzling restaurant, his vision for this new place is a 1930’s style supper club with a classy and elegant yet casual atmosphere, live music and fabulous food. A great place to have lunch or dinner but also an after Theatre venue for drinks and music, there will be a grand piano in the bar area so expect some lively evenings of music and song.
Executive Chef for ‘Hearsay’ Dylan Carson has been in Seattle for the past 13 years graduating from the Seattle Culinary Academy, then honing his skills at the respected Tin Table restaurant in Seattle as Executive Sous Chef. Dylan is an innovative chef passionate about food, he loves using high quality local ingredients to create unusual and delicious Northwest cuisine, it will be unlike anything else in the Rogue Valley.
‘Hearsay’ will be opening soon, stay tuned to my blog for more information…
June 25th, 2015 by Julie
The Oregon Cabaret Theatre presents the much loved musical ” Cabaret”
The Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland presents musicals, revues and comedies. The shows are presented in an elegant, nightclub setting in a restored, historically registered former church.
The stars of the ” Cabaret” show… Jillian Van Niel, Galloway Stevens, Paul Michael Garcia, Tamara Marston, Matt Brown and John Lambie transform the Cabaret Theatre into the Kit Kat Klub in 1930’s Berlin.
“Cabaret” the musical has been performed on stage and screen many times, this is the first time that “Cabaret” has been performed at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. The cast and crew at the Theatre know how to put on a good show you won’t be disappointed.
The show promises to be a thrilling treat with lots of Razzle-Dazzle and hit songs. The Cabaret Theatre serves dinner and drinks before the show, come and have lots of fun and enjoy a fabulous meal too. The show runs from May 28th until August 30th.
For tickets and information go to oregoncabaret.com
April 18th, 2015 by Julie
THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS ( The Musical ! )
The newest musical production at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre is ” The Musical of Musicals. ” It’s a comic satire of the most loved musicals of our time. A compilation of 5 mini musicals including The Lion King, West Side Story and Les Miserables among others.
As always the cast Andrea Hilbrant, Phillip David Black, Laura Derocher and Tony Carter are amazing and a sheer delight for the eyes and ears as they take us through the music of Rogers and Hammerstein Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerry Herman and Kander & Ebb.
This is a true dinner theater, chef Scot Frankenberger delivers gourmet food from steaks, duck and fish to small plates to share and of course dessert is not to be missed, especially everyone’s favorite Chocolate Dick Hay Pie. Enjoy the show from your table, entrees are served before the performance and dessert is served during the intermission.
The show is hilariously funny with cleaver witty writing and a cast that gives their all.
The show goes from April 18th. until May 17th.
For tickets and information go to theoregoncabaret.com
October 19th, 2014 by Julie
‘Backwards in High Heels” at the Cabaret Theatre in Ashland Oregon
There are many reasons to come to Ashland for a getaway when the Oregon Shakespeare Festival goes dark in November until next season..
One great place to go is The Oregon Cabaret Theatre which produces really good song and dance shows all year round.
Playing now is ” Backwards in High Heels ” a show about silver screen legend Ginger Rogers who captivated audiences and Americans hearts, dancing and singing with Fred Astaire. This show will close on November 9th.
The next show will be ” It’s a Wonderful Life–A live Radio Play “
Five actors, supported by clever sound effects and a piano, present a fresh take on the classic holiday drama.
This show will run from November 21st until December 31st.
For tickets and information go to
August 17th, 2014 by Julie
“Ain’t Misbehavin” at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland Oregon is famous for putting on fabulous shows and Ain’t Misbehavin is definitely a fabulous show!
This is a funny and spirited revue, with great singing and dancing by an energetic and versatile and talented cast. You will be tapping your toes and clapping your hands at the iconic music of the 1930’s. The elegant, jazzy art-deco set frames the action with style and pizzazz..
Songs we all know… like ” Jitterbug Waltz” .”.This Joint is Jumpin” … ” Honeysuckle Rose” and of course ” Ain’t Misbehavin” have you singing along with the cast.
This sassy sultry confection is not to be missed, it runs until the end of August so don’t wait get your tickets today…
June 16th, 2014 by Julie
Ashland Oregon has always been special, now it’s official according to Fodor’s annual list of the best of the best ” Best Ten Small Towns”.
CNN reports that some of the best towns in the US are the small towns. Arabella Bowen, executive editorial director of Fodor’s Travel reports “There has been a big uprise in traveling to smaller towns that have some quirky and regional appeal”
Ashland has much to offer visitors, it’s the home to the Tony Award Winning and world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival” with it’s three iconic and beloved Theatres all in the center of downtown Ashland. Coming to visit Ashland is an Event!!
There are many other things to do in and around Ashland… Oregon Cabaret Theatre , the Green Show, many boutique local wineries, art galleries, River rafting, birding, quaint and unique shops in downtown Ashland, fabulous world class restaurants, and the beautiful Lithia Park listed on ” The National Register of Historical Places” which has more than 90 acres of pristine trails for locals and visitors alike to enjoy.
Jean-Pierre and Julie at the Blue Moon Bed and Breakfast a unique and historic beautifully restored farm house built in 1855. We at the Blue Moon endeavor to give our guests a very warm welcome, a concierge experience with a personal touch and a sumptuous three course gourmet breakfast every morning.
August 1st, 2012 by Julie
Oregon Cabaret Theatre
Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland is celebrating 27th. season. Denny and the Dreamers will be rockin’ it out until August 26th. with ” Life Could Be a Dream” this is a delightful and energetic musical. A reasonably priced dinner is served before the show, or you can just see the show, either way it’s a classy professional show, that will keep you smiling all the way back to the Blue Moon.
May 29th, 2012 by Julie
While staying with us visit the Oregon Cabaret Theatre, 2012 is their 27th Season, the theatre has a full lineup for the 2012 season so make sure to head on down or visit their website to catch a show or two during your stay.
Gift certificates are also available so if you have friends staying in Ashland in the near future, this makes a perfect gift.