In its inaugural year it was called “Rotary’s Got Talent.” That name didn’t lie, with entertainment ranged from dancing gymnasts to bowling ball freaks to a spoken rendition of iconic rocker Meatloaf’s “Paradise By the Dashboard Light,” and the event was a great night out with friends.
This year, the name has been changed to “Capital Cabaret” as Rotary District 7190 seeks to top last year’s $5,000 raised for the Rotary Foundation. And, the organizers are on the hunt for more talent.
“Capital Cabaret” will be held on Thursday, April 18, once again at the Lucky Strike Social Club at Crossgates Mall in Guilderland. Which club will be the best? Which will take home bragging rights that their talent won the $500 top prize?
We’re inviting Rotarians, their relatives, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc., to consider sharing their talents in song or performance, some kind of unique skill, magic or tricks with their pets, and on and on. There are no limits, so long as the act is rated G or PG.
Talent submissions are due by Friday, March 1, and the flyer gives the necessary details. Incidentally, if you bring along a prospective member that person will be admitted at 50% off!