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PHOTOS: Cab Cabaret-Princess Party (Troubadour Wine Bar)

Elena Glass, Emily Dussault, and Leslie Vincent singing a trio at the Troubadour Wine Bar on Monday, November 13.

On Monday evening, an octet of musicians crammed onto the stage of the Troubadour Wine Bar in Minneapolis, MN for Cab Cabaret–Princess Party. The roster included Ruthie Baker McGrath, Emily Dussault, Elena Glass, Alex Heetland, Suzie Juul, Lauren Omernik, Mike Tobin, and Leslie Vincent. The festive program featured a wide-ranging Disney solo songs, duets, and trios. Here’s a look at the event (all photos by Basil Considine):

Singer-actor Elena Glass organized the cabaret, which followed a Disney Princess song theme (with one or two diversions).
Elena Glass rushed straight in from rehearsals for the Ordway’s Annie to join Emily Dussault (center) and Leslie Vincent (right) onstage for some trios.
Singer-actor Leslie Vincent, a regular feature at the Troubadour Wine Bar. Her appearance, sadly, was sans ukulele, but Vincent returns on November 27 for Cab Cabaret with Leslie Vincent: Songs to Write Home About.
Singer-actor Lauren Omernik daylights as an Agent at the NUTS, Ltd. talent agency.
Ruthie Baker is the Artistic Director of Second Fiddle Productions. When not singing at cabarets, she has appeared in local shows such as Glensheen at the History Theatre and Violet at Yellow Tree Theatre.
Conductor Alex Heetland (left) played piano for the evening, here accompanying Suzie Juul. Juul recently appeared in Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ Grease and Really Spicy Opera’s The Last Five Years.
Suzie Juul was joined for a duet by Mike Tober. Tober appeared in Chameleon Theatre Circle’s Side Show and prepped for singing Disney prince songs by getting cast in Sidekick Theatre’s upcoming The Prince Meets His Match.
Mike Tober (right) returned for another duet with Lauren Omernik.
Quinn Shadko is a singer-actor who daylights as the Education Sales & Services Manager of Park Square Theatre.
Twin Cities Arts Reader