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Love and Other Feelings Revealed at Hidden Cabaret

Love and Other Feelings Revealed at Hidden Cabaret

The Hidden Cabaret, the new cabaret series at the Secret Room at 707 8th Avenue, will unveil its latest production on February 10th at 7PM. Love and Other Feelings Revealed at Hidden Cabaret, is subtitled Valentine’s is One Day a Year – What about the 364? The host of the show Craig Horsley, states that, despite the show’s timing on February 10th, “this is not a Valentine’s Day show. This is a show about feelings: love, anger, lust and happiness and will be relatable to all, whether you are single or a couple.”

Songs running the full palette of emotions will be performed by Ruby Rakos (Chasing Rainbows, Billy Elliott), Sarah Parnicky (Desperate Measures), Roderick Lawrence (Bars and Measures, Lion King National Tour), singer and actress Marcie Henderson, Stephen Miller (producer Off Broadway, Siren’s Den-A New Rock Musical) and singer-songwriter Shane Weisman. 

Terry Burrus is the musical director. Terry is an internationally known pianist and musical director who has worked with Mariah, Diana, Aretha, Lena, Michael, and Bjork as well as multiple other performers who are not known only by their first name. His career has spanned all forms of entertainment from Off Broadway at an early age in “Young, Gifted and Broke” by Weldon Irvine to the iconic film “Fame” to TV with Letterman, Johnny Carson and Arsenio Hall as well as eight solo albums. Terry plays solo concerts around the world and is the music director for the world famous “New York Times Symphony Orchestra” as well as the “Washington Post Symphony Orchestra” in the classical pop scene.

Selected songs will range in genre and time period from Broadway to rock and from 1936 to 2015 each relevant to telling the story of our emotions and relationships.

Hidden Cabaret is a production of Redhorse Theatrical. Go to for tickets and information on other programmed events. Love and Other Feelings Revealed at Hidden Cabaret begins at 7PM but doors open at 6PM for dining and beverages at 707 8th Avenue.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

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