Gary Williams Launches “How To” Videos

| January 16, 2017

Gary Williams

Cabaret Secrets
How to Create Your Own Show,
Travel the World and Get Paid to Do What You Love

Gay Williams

Gary Williams

Singer and author of Cabaret Secrets Gary Williams has launched a series of free training videos for cabaret singers.

His book on “how to create your own show, travel the world and get paid to do what you love,” has helped hundreds of new and seasoned cabaret performers fine-tune their shows. Now, this series of videos offers fifteen “quick tips” straight from the horse’s mouth.

Cabaret is enjoying a resurgence on both sides of the Atlantic with clubs like New York’s Feinstein’s/54 Below and London’s Pheasantry doing better than ever. Artistic Director of London’s Crazy Coqs, James Albrecht, told us his problem was finding enough artistes who understood cabaret to meet the demand.

Cabaret masterclasses are hard to find. As Gary explained, “When I started out in cabaret there was nowhere to go for help, so, unsurprisingly, I made a lot of mistakes.” Together with some of the industry’s movers and shakers he set out to share as much knowledge as possible and make the path to cabaret as smooth and rewarding a possible.

Gary’s book was called “a treasure chest dripping with glittering gems of cabaret secrets!” by Cabaret Scenes (read the entire review at http://cabaretscenes.org/2016/01/27/cabaret-secrets/), “a fascinating insider’s handbook” by the The Times (London), while Playbill called it “an invaluable guide.” As well as the book, Gary has almost 80 free podcasts with people like Michael Feinstein, Steve Ross and Marilyn Maye.

You can find the podcasts and the new videos at www.cabaretsecrets.com

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