Kermit’s Kabaret! A one-night extravaganza!

Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia is proud to present Kermit’s Kabaret: An Evening of Music and Laughter on Monday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Daywood Lobby of Greenbrier Valley Theatre. Tickets are $15. Seating is limited. Reservations are highly recommended. For more information, call the GVT Box Office at 304-645-3838 or visit www.gvtheatre.org.

Kermit’s Kabaret returns for a night full of musical fun! The one-night-only event will star Kermit Medsker as the Master of Ceremonies with members from GVT’s professional company performing show tunes taken from contemporary and standard musical theatre repertoire.

Kermit’s Kabaret has become a wildly popular event here at GVT, and many patrons have come to look forward to the intimate evening of entertainment. Kermit’s Kabaret is an informal cabaret performance presented in the style of a musical revue. The evening will last approximately one hour and 45 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.

Medsker is the Resident Music Director at Greenbrier Valley Theatre. His first production as Resident Music Director was Pirates of Penzance 22 years ago when GVT produced shows in a barn out by the Greenbrier Valley Airport. His other musical credits include 1940s Radio Hour, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Tintypes and Dracula: A Rock Opera. Before returning to Lewisburg last July, he served as Music Director for Into the Woods at Rhodes College in Memphis TN, [title of show] at Theatre Memphis, and Sister Myotis’ End Times Hootenanny at TheatreWorks in Memphis.

Members of Kermit’s Kabaret, December 2014, Micah Labishak (left), Kenny Wade Marshall, Kim Morgan Dean, Hannah McGinley, Jacob Thompson, Will Nash and Kermit Medsker, as Master of Ceremonies. (Photo courtesy Greenbrier Valley Theatre)
Members of Kermit’s Kabaret, December 2014, Micah Labishak (left), Kenny Wade Marshall, Kim Morgan Dean, Hannah McGinley, Jacob Thompson, Will Nash and Kermit Medsker, as Master of Ceremonies. (Photo courtesy Greenbrier Valley Theatre)

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