The Magic Thread Cabaret recently received a $10,000 donation from art patrons Marianne Glick and her husband Mike Woods. The Magic Thread Cabaret recently announced it has been a resident company of The Cat Theatre in Carmel.
The sponsorship will assist Klein & Alvarez Productions LLC with their mission to bring talented artists to the 120-seat venue at 254 Veterans Way.
Glick said she and Woods, CEO and owner of M.S. Woods Real Estate, love cabaret as an art form.
“The artist chooses particular songs to tell a story that’s personal to them,” Glick said in a news release. “So you get to know the artist in a deeper way and enjoy great music at the same time. One of the things that we like about the Magic Thread Cabaret is the focus on Indiana performers. Supporting local artists is important to us.”
Glick, who is an artist, is the retired president and founder of Glick Training Associates.
Managing director Tom Alvarez said he and producing partner Dustin Klein are thankful for Glick and Woods’ generosity and grateful for their belief in the nonprofit.
The first performances will be by Keith Potts March 2 and 3. There will be two shows each evening.