Camp Cabaret Archive

Current Cabaret Shows

Thursday, November 2

VIP Doors at 7:00
General Admission Doors at 7:45pm

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
AmericanMurderSong.com/GetTickets
$30 The Cannibal (General Admission)
$65 VIP (Very Insatiable Predator)
$150 Donnor Party of Six (Group Rate)

American Murder Song on Facebook

American Murder Song takes over The Cabaret at Camp Bar as a part of The Donner Party Reunion Tour, a historical, musical re-enactment of cannibalistic proportions.

Ain’t no party like The Donner Party. Come Hungry!

Sunday, December 10, 7 p.m.

In partnership with Actors Theater of Minnesota

Location:
The Cabaret at Camp
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
General Admission: $15
VIP Reserved Table: $25
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

*This Event is NOT burlesque.*
*Any disrespectful person that disrupts the reading will be asked to leave with no refund.*

On Sunday, December 10, celebrate the holidays with Naked Girls Reading. This month, the beauties with brains of Naked Girls Reading Minneapolis are baring more than just their behinds. ‘Tis the season!

Naked Girls Reading, called appropriately racy by Entertainment Weekly and the best thing to happen to books since they were put on tape by Carson Daly, was founded in Chicago in March of 2009 by International Showgirl Michelle Lamour and husband Franky Vivid.

After the very first event, it was obvious to all in attendance that something big had just happened - something spiritual. There’s something beautiful, something altogether more intimate, about a woman reading pretty much anything in her, well, altogether. It’s just that simple.

So why are we still talking about it? Because people can’t seem to accept its simplicity. Once you experience it, you’ll stop asking so many questions and just let the concept take you.

Naked Girls. Reading.
or, Girls Reading. Naked.
However you need to explain it to yourself is fine. And while you do, well be over here—reading.
Naked.


November 8

Presented by the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences
Doors at 6pm | Program starts at 7pm
Live music and an interactive bio-themed
game precede the program.

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:

Pay What You Can, $5 minimum
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

A different kind of science event. No Powerpoints. Just live music, trivia and lots
of lively, curiosity-driven conversations on timely topics with University of Minnesota experts, exploring how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.

The Future of Water in the Land of 10,000 Lakes

Nothing is more synonymous with Minnesota than water. Our lakes and rivers are integral to our identity as a state. Our panelists discuss major threats and possible solutions to problems like nitrogen runoff, invasive species and more.

Join Jacques Finlay, professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior; Steve Woods, executive director of the Freshwater Society; and Kate Brauman, lead scientist for Global Water Initiative at Institute on the Environment for an evening of curiosity-driven discussion.

Sunday, December 10, 2 p.m.

In partnership with Actors Theater of Minnesota

Location:
The Cabaret at Camp
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
General Admission: $15
VIP Reserved Table: $25
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

Nothing rings in the Holidays quite like the timeless tones of Streisand. Join Melody Mendis, the Barbra Tribute Artist selling out venues all over the Twin Cities, for an intimate and one-night-only celebration of some of the most memorable holiday classics, Christmas ditties, and great stories.

Melody’s like “buttah” vocals and spot-on Streisand look have won the hearts of many all over town. Her shows explore Streisand’s legendary repertoire and classic movie musicals, including “Color Me Barbra,” “The Way We Were,” and more. You’ll quickly make the leap and be swept into the world of wit, heart, and love that is Barbra!

This one-night-only Christmas event is not to be missed and will surely get any Scrooge into the spirit of Christmas!


Saturday, October 28

In partnership with Actors Theater of MN
Doors at 7:30, show starts at 8:00pm

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
General Admission: $12
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006
Tickets will increase to $15 at the door.

*This event features partial nudity and theatrical blood.*

Join Big Bad Burlesque, the Twin Cities’ most unapologetically body positive burlesque show, for their one-night-only Halloween show!

Big Bad and Bloody Burlesque will showcase some of the most beautiful and enticing performers in town! Hosted by the eloquent Smokey Throbinson, this evening of devilish delights will be a sure-fire way for you to kick off your Halloween!

Blood, beauty, and boobs are sure to astound and amaze!


October 23 & 30, 7:30 p.m.

presented in association with Actors Theater of Minnesota

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
Reserved Table Seating: $25
General Admission: $15
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

Love songs follow all of love’s various forms. In this cabaret, you’ll hear songs about the aspects of love that some of us know all too well: wanting to be loved, the excitement of finding someone you might love, falling in love, committing yourself to someone you love, falling out of love, and hating the one you used to love.

Join three of the best cabaret singers in the Twin Cities as they explore the stages of love and discover that the line between love and hate can sometimes be VERY thin.

Featuring Doug Anderson, Kersten Rodau, and Whitney Rhodes in the intimate Cabaret at Camp.


Monday, August 28

Presented by Second Fiddle Productions
in partnership with Actors Theater of MN
Doors at 6:00, show starts at 7:00pm

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
General Admission: $10
Students and Seniors: $8
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

Second Fiddle Productions website
Second Fiddle Productions on Facebook

Meet Me In St. Louis

Songs by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane
Book by Hugh Wheeler

Based on the heartwarming 1944 MGM film, Meet Me In St. Louis is a rare treasure in the musical theatre; a wholesome and delightful portrait of a turn-of-the-century American family.

Meet Me In St. Louis opened on Broadway on November 2, 1989, and closed on June 10, 1990, after 252 performances.

Memorable musical numbers include “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “The Boy Next Door,” “The Trolley Song,” and “Whenever I’m with You.”

Come join us - or rather, Meet Us at the Fair!

March 1

Presented by the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences
Doors at 6pm | Program starts at 7pm
Live music and an interactive bio-themed
game precede the program.

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:

Pay What You Can, $5 minimum
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

A different kind of science event. No Powerpoints. Just live music, trivia and lots
of lively, curiosity-driven conversations on timely topics with University of Minnesota experts, exploring how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.

A Revolution in the Making

Insights into new genetic engineering technologies with the potential to radically reshape medicine

Over the last decade, scientists made huge strides in boosting our ability to synthesize large fragments of DNA (i.e. genes) and use them to program living organisms. We can now design new genes on a computer and get them printed and shipped to their lab a few days later. This technology, coupled with tools that allow us to precisely edit the genomes of both simple and complex organisms, has the potential to reshape the way we think about life and nature, and opens the door to new treatments for cancer, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases and more. Our panel will discuss these scientific developments and their implications for the future of medicine and public health.  

Panelists include Michael Smanski (2015 Damon Runyon Breakthrough Scientist award recipient) who studies microbial genomes in search of natural products with medicinal value, viral immunology expert Ryan Langlois, and Heather Zierhut, associate director of the U’s Genetic Counseling graduate program.

Moderator: Alex Eilts

October 6 & 7, 7:30 p.m.

presented in association with Actors Theater of Minnesota

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
Reserved Table Seating: $25
General Admission: $15
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

For this intimate revue, Melody is focusing on Barbra’s early career in the 1960s when she garnered a larger audience through her late night shows and TV specials.

The performance will transport you back in time into the live studio experience! Full of fun, wit, charm, sass, and grit, the interpretation of a classic younger Barbra is beyond measure!

You will be swept away with the belting voice, style, and banter, and make the leap into Barbra’s world.

Directly from a sold-out one-woman show at Bryant Lake Bowl, Melody as “Barbra” is “like Buttah!”


December 6

Presented by the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences
Doors at 6pm | Program starts at 7pm
Live music and an interactive bio-themed
game precede the program.

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:

Pay What You Can, $5 minimum
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

A different kind of science event. No Powerpoints. Just live music, trivia and lots
of lively, curiosity-driven conversations on timely topics with University of Minnesota experts, exploring how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.

Resetting the Conversation on Science

From evolution to climate change, there are growing concerns about the misalignment between public discourse and scientific consensus. Our panelists explore what’s behind this mismatch and how we might establish a shared understanding of what we know and how we know it.

Join Valery Forbes, dean of the College of Biological Sciences; Shawn Otto, author of The War on Science; and Sehoya Cotner, a faculty member who studies the factors that influence acceptance of scientific concepts for an evening of curiosity-driven discussion.