Love is in the air at the Ocean City Theatre Company (OCTC), and Cupid has inspired the nonprofit arts organization to present a virtual cabaret of love songs.
Join OCTC professional performers and Junior Company students as they serenade the virtual audience with classic love songs from Broadway and beyond. This virtual cabaret is only available for one week and can be viewed at your leisure, according to an OCTC press release.
“OCTC continues to adapt during this unprecedented time. We hope our fans see that we love and appreciate their support as we navigate a path forward. At the heart of our mission is the desire to bring professional and educational performing arts experiences to the residents and visitors of Ocean City,” explained OCTC founding artistic director Michael Hartman.
He continued, “It has been over a year since OCTC has operated as normal, and we are relying on unique events like Cupid’s Cabaret to keep our purpose and mission moving forward. A $30 donation brings the arts to your home. Pair the entertainment with a takeout meal from your favorite local restaurant, and you have created a pandemic Valentine’s celebration that you will never forget.”
An impressive lineup of singers with a long list of international performing credits will make up the cast of Cupid’s Cabaret. Familiar faces include acclaimed classical artist and OCHS graduate Kameron Ghanavati, Morgan Kirner of the National Tour of Hello Dolly, and Megan McDevitt of OCTC’s Beauty and the Beast & Newsies, as well as The Media Theatre’s productions of Elf & Newsies.
Other featured performers include Gabriel Rodrigues of the International tour of Saturday Night Fever, Allyson Pace of the inaugural cruise ship production of Kinky Boots, and OCTC favorites and accomplished Regional Theatre performers Erin Whitcomb and Andrew Pace.
Purchase a $30 admission ticket to get the all-access link to the Virtual Valentine’s Cabaret. You must purchase your ticket by 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13.
For tickets, visit www.oceancitytheatrecompany.com/valentinescabaret
This event is sponsored by the OceanFirst Foundation.