The Claustrophobic Cabaret Series Continues at The Warehouse with a Valentine’s Cabaret – Feb 7th – 16th

CORNELIUS, NC: Join the Warehouse Performing Arts Center (WPAC) as they continue their Claustrophobic Cabaret series with I’m in the Mood for Anyone, Except You, a live musical performance of songs about love, sex, and dating.


What Would You Do for Love?

Featuring Marshall Cesena, Sonia Rosales, Samantha Pack, and Trevor May, I’m in the Mood … takes the audience on a journey from couples dating, mating, and separating. Song choices include “I Could Be Jewish for You,” “Taylor, the Latte Boy,” “Almost Paradise,” and “Tell Me on a Sunday.”



Claustrophobic Cabaret

The Claustrophobic Cabaret series will be a series of four to five shows a year that feature concert versions of full productions, as well as musical revues featuring local talent. Up next in the series is a summer concert celebrating standards from the early days of musical theatre. Also planned is a revival of last year’s hit, The Rocky Horror Show, in October.


Show Details

I’m in the Mood for Anyone, Except You runs at WPAC from February 9th through February 16th. Performances on Fridays and Saturdays are at 8 PM and Sundays at 1 PM. Seating is limited, but seating can be reserved by visiting or by calling the box office at 704-619-0429. Doors open 30 minutes prior to show time, and tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students and seniors. The show contains adult themes and strong language.


About the Venue

The Warehouse, a nonprofit 501(c)3, was started in 2010 and is currently celebrating its 10th Anniversary season. The company is managed by Marla Brown, Jessica Zingher, and Marshall Cesena. It produces six shows a year and, in addition, facilitates other theatre companies and literary performances by groups like Charlotte Writers Club.


Programming-wise, the Warehouse team produces shows that are current and active in the national professional repertoire—Broadway & Off-Broadway award-winning plays, as well as new works by underrepresented voices. They provide access to significant plays often not produced in suburban areas. The goal is to connect Lake Norman to fresh, cutting-edge theatre. Simultaneously, they ground their work in the community, engaging local, professionally trained artists from the larger Metrolina area.


The Warehouse is located at 9216-A Westmoreland Rd in Cornelius.


About the Author

Marshall Cesena currently serves as the Development Director at the Warehouse. He majored in Musical Theatre at the American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York City, and has performed throughout the east coast. Now back in Huntersville, he enjoys spending his days as a partner at Quatrain Creative, a firm specializing in premium web content.





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