Welcome Matt Howe, Guest Blogger for April 2010

Matt Howe

We’re happy to announce that Matt Howe will be our guest blogger for the month of April 2010.

Matt has been performing in D.C.-area cabarets since 2006. As an actor, he’s also appeared on stage in plays at Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Washington Shakespeare, and Source Theater.

As a cabaret performer, Matt has appeared in several of the CHAWbaret fundraisers at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. (Matt also directed as well as performed in “CHAWbaret 4: CABARET CONNECTIONS”).

In 2008, Matt performed a two man cabaret, DOUBLE ENTENDRE, with Dean Reichard. Matt debuted his solo cabaret, HAPPY ENDINGS, in March 2010 to enthusiastic audiences at the Sitar Arts Center. Matt has regularly appeared in the D.C. Cabaret Network’s Members Showcases at The Arts Club. He has studied with Amanda McBroom, Lina Koutrakas and Rick Jensen, Wendy Lane Bailey and Laurel Massé. Matt is a member of the D.C. Cabaret Network.

Matt will make his Chicago cabaret debut in April at Three Cat Media’s third annual Barbra Streisand celebration: BABFAB.  Matt will attend the Eighth Annual International Cabaret Conference at Yale University July 2010.

Be sure to check SongSpeak throughout the month of April for Matt’s musings, insights, and ponderings into and about the world of cabaret. Welcome Matt!

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One Response to “Welcome Matt Howe, Guest Blogger for April 2010”

  1. Michael Pacas Says:

    Hey Matt,

    Stumbled upon your article will I was doing some Cabaret Conference research….I’ve been accepted as well.

    See ya in July!


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