UM presents heart-wrenching, upbeat ‘Queer Cabaret’

The University of Montana’s Zootown Cabaret is back at the Zootown Arts Community Center for their annual show, but this year’s performance is guaranteed to be a little different. This will be the first year the student ensemble will be performing their first-ever “Queer Cabaret.”

The show will be highlighting some of music’s most well-known and championed LGBTQ+ artists as well as students from UM’s School of Music, School of Theater and Dance and other departments.

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As in other years, the music will be a collection of pop and rock and roll that spans across styles and the ages. There will also be a full, concert-style band performing live music that will be both heart-wrenching and up-beat and dance-worthy.

For anyone planning to attend, you can expect to hear famous tunes from George Michael, Brandi Carlile, Taylor Swift, Freddie Mercury and others. While the cabaret is not normally dance-centric, there will be a four-person dance breakout featuring choreography designed by some of the students.

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