Saturday November 29th 2014

New Year’s Eve with Hollis Resnik

If you are in search of something different for your bringing in the New Year, you are in luck. The “First Lady” of Chicago musicals, Hollis Resnik will host a special New Year’s Eve,Cabaret Concert in the newly renovated “Cabaret Room at Stage 773, 1225 West Belmont. Ms Resnik, a ten time Jeff Award winner, along with her many other awards and nominations, loves Chicago audiences, and they love her back. She has done the national tours,Off Broadway,local films and of course Ravinia. Chicago is her love!

On New Year’s Eve, she will have another Chicago giant, Doug Peck ( another multi Jeff Awards recipient) as her Musical Director. Could anyone ask for a better bill than this. Two of Chicago’s favorites taking us from 2011 into 2012 in the intimate setting that Stage 773 has created in their Cabaret oom.

This exciting and memorable evening will begin at 8 p.m. on December 31st with tickets at $75 including a champagne toast and dessert. To order your ticketsĀ  and I would not delay) visit If you have seen her work on stages throughout Chicago, you know how special a talent she is. If you have not seen her in a setting like this, it is a special evening that will hold a lasting memory for you and your loved one.

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