Cabaret Theatre West

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Cabaret Theatre West? There is nothing like Cabaret Theatre West in the Coachella Valley! Where else can you see professional, ORIGINAL, musical theatre in a sophisticated, but warm, setting?  Or meet the cast for after-theatre drinks. Each evening at the Cabaret creates an unforgettable experience!
What is Cabaret Theatre? Cabaret theatre is unique.  It has actors, singers, dancers, sets and costumes, just like a Broadway musical, but it has a theme rather than a story.   It connects the audience with what is happening on stage and involves  them in the action because they remember how that theme affects their lives. 
What are the shows about? The themes of the shows center about decades in America’s history, great American composers, immortal performers, traditional holidays, the American workplace, and other American experiences. The songs come from Broadway and Hollywood musicals, standard hits, country and western, rock and roll, and other American favorites.


Who are the producers?

Jane Treacy has produced more than 40 Broadway, off-Broadway and national touring productions, and has received numerous national production awards. She is featured in “Who’s Who in American Theatre” and is on the Boards of the Women Leaders Forum and the COD Auxiliary.
Dr. Audrey Reed has more than 30 years of experience as a business owner and executive of companies involved in theatrical and exhibition productions. She is CEO of Works in Progress, an event production, advisory, and direction company for many corporations. Dr. Read holds a doctoral degree in Spiritual Sciences and has written several books. She serves on the Board of the Women Leaders Forum.
Where will the performances be held?Performances will be held at the Indian Wells Theater located at  the
Palm Desert Campus of the University of California, San Bernardino.
37500 Cook Street
Palm Desert, CA 92211-2900

When will performances be held?The 2013 series open in January
What shows are included in the series?On Broadway
It's all about Love
A Grand Night for Singing
How much do the tickets costRows A-F : Series prior to 12/15: $150 after 12/15: $165
Rows G-L : Series prior to 12/15: $105 after 12/15: $120
Individual Tickets Rows A-F $60  Rows G-L $45
(Plus $3.00 per ticket handling fee)
What else do I need to know? All performances will begin at 7 p.m.  Parking is included in the ticket price, and the campus is totally handicapped accessible.