NYC’s Dance Music Comedy Art Show: Dec. 8 at 10:30pm

Since 2013, Ten-Foot Rat Cabaret presents an inspired, curated monthly celebration of amazing dance, gorgeous music, smart comedy, clever storytelling, hot burlesque, art and theatrical vaudeville spectacle. A great show in a legendary East Village venue: A campy, classic NYC nightlife experience like no other! (Great reviews and Ticket info at bottom)   Saturday Dec. 8, 10:30pm Show Features – GORGEOUS MUSIC: One of the best […]

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Tip: Go See Jackson Sturkey and His Orchestra on Nov. 28!

TEN-FOOT RAT RECOMMENDS: Didja catch Jackson Sturkey at the Ten-Foot Rat Cabaret‘s big 5th Anniversary Show? Then you already know he’s a wonderful talent, a fantastically eccentric melange of demi-monde stardom: nostalgic and subversive, flirty and melancholy, bawdy and bohemian. And Jackson has his own monthly show at Under St. Marks Theater,* gathering artists with a signature Lower East Side aesthetic […]

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Another Rat, Another Big Hit! (Last Sat. Nov. 10)

What a show this weekend! From the packed (sold-out!) house, roaring and laughing, to the knockout performing artists, the Nov. 2018 Ten-Foot Rat Cabaret was beyond our expectations! We had Jazz Trumpet, Blues Rock Guitar, singing, Nerdlesque Burlesque for Thanksgiving, Modern Dance, smart Comedy, fake German Scheiss, and… “David Lee Roth” rambling and wailing Sinatra! Merci Beaucoups to: Performers: David Segovia, Jess Salomon, Bill Chambers, Scarlett […]

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Tip: Dancers + Girl Power + Lady Bosses = ‘Sexy Is’

TEN-FOOT RAT RECOMMENDS: Take six talented dancers from various pro backgrounds – modern, jazz, tap, club, Bolly and Off-Broadway – and add three beautiful belting singers: The Sirens. Fuel it with fierce theatricality, proud sexiness, and empower it with an all-female-owned production company: That’s Guilty Pleasures Cabaret, comin’ at you with “Sexy Is,” an amazing, entertaining, and, yeah, empowering show […]

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Nov. 10 Performer Highlight: Eganam Segbefia

At age 10, trumpeter “Ego” (Eganam Segbefia) emigrated to the U.S. from Ghana. Since then he’s played brilliantly at Carnegie Hall, became a member of the Brooklyn Steppers Marching Band and plays with the United Nations Symphony Orchestra. But he still loves to mingle with the New Yorkers who witnessed his greatness: playing by the Grand Central-Times Square Shuttle. He began playing the […]

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