Politically Incorrect Cabaret performance photos by Amelia Creel,
P.I. C. logo by Grant Tatum, 
Masters' Cabaret headshot by U.A B. Photo Studio, 
Masters' Cabaret Logo by Dana Westbrook Moore,
CD Cover Photo by Alice Faye Love

mpathetic." ~ N. Raabe, The Birmingham News 

Songs by composers Hanns Eisler, Kurt Weill and Paul Dessau written while they,  themselves, were "in flight" from war and political oppression. Includes new works by Alabama composers LaDonna Smith and Ed Robertson. Endorsed by Nobel Peace Prize winner DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS (MSF) which receives proceeds..ic

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NPR Interview:
" ... romantic, evocative and visceral. McNaron gives each song a life of its own. Her bold interpretations may have opened a door for singers in search of great art songs."     ~M. Huebner, Birmingham News, Birmingham, AL, USA

Read the  Five     Review: http://blog.al.com/mhuebner/2010/07/cd_review_rosas_de_pulpa_rosas.html

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 "Ms McNaron comes across as a vivid soprano of splendid intonation and beautiful  timbre, surely interesting to watch on stage for she has a strong dramatic sense." ~Pablo Bardin, Tribuna Musical, Buenos Aires
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Diane McNaron has produced, directed and appeared in the Cabaret genre for over twenty years. Both her troupes, based in Birmingham, AL, tour the southern US.


Masters' Cabaret, the classic cabaret duo featuring soprano Diane McNaron and a variety of guest pianists, appears throughout the South to longstanding audience and critical acclaim. From the haunting Cabarets of Berlin to the glittering lights of Broadway & Paris, Masters' Cabaret showcases two veteran entertainers in authentic Cabaret music from Germany, France and the US.  With stories of the glamorous and often controversial divas like Marlene Dietrich, Lotte Lenya and Edith Piaf, top hats, tails and sophisticated humor, their performances sparkle with the mystique and romance of the cabaret.  M.C. appears on galas, benefits, chamber music series and in upscale nightclubs. 

Launched in 2003, The Politically Incorrect Cabaret* is the only Berlin-style cabaret in the US. Drawn from the political cabarets of the late Weimar Republic, the P. I. Cabaret confronts today's political climate head on. Decidely adult, progressive and outrageously costumed, the group rocks with deliciously dark energy and a devastatingly accurate bashing of fascists, past and present. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, the P. I. C. regularly appears there and in Atlanta, Biloxi, Nashville, New Orleans and Huntsville.
​"... Fearless ... bracing ... highly sympathetic ..."           ~ N. Raabe, The Birmingham News 
Politically Incorrect Cabaret is a Registered Servicemark of the USPTO

Featuring the Songs and Stories of the 10th Greatest Female Filmstar of all time who funded the escape of many Jewish artists from Nazi Germany, entertained troops from North Africa to the Battle of the Bulge and became the world's Most Stellar Cabaret Entertainer!
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Shari Boruvka, Piano 
with LaDonna Smith, viola; Laurie Middaugh;piano & Judith Donaldson, clarinet

The Indian Springs School Chamber Choir
Dr. Timothy Thomas, Director