Turn of the Century 2009

Filmmaker, illustrator and musician Dame Darcy's weekly television collaboration with Blessed Elysium's Lisa Hammer aired on New York's Public Access from 1996-1999, presenting original drama and comedy in a German Expressionist style, utilizing New York underground personalities including Jennifer Nixon (aka Queen Itchie), Peter Moran, Bliss Blood, Banjo Pete, Miller Duvall, Secretary Jenny, Cynthia Mitchell, Patrick O'Clock (aka Patrick Hambrecht), Jasper McVain, Daisy Miller, Li'l Sweetie, and Countessa Cinorre, as well as celebrity guest stars Thurston Moore, Courtney Love and Tiny Tim.

Send in the Clowns 1983

Two sisters are part of a cabaret act that is rapidly declining in attendance, and although the older sisteris constantly trying to push her younger sister to the forefront in a solo act, the younger sibling is less than enthusiastic. She sees little future in show business, whether in the chorus line or up front -- and so when her older sister finally pulls off a deal for the two to go to Taipei and possibly make some "real money," the younger sister must say yes or no, and either way, one of the two will not be happy.

The Cabaret Kid 1926

A pilot saves a dancer from a Paris nightclub owner and they stow away to Cornwall.

The Midnight Cabaret 1923

The Midnight Cabaret is a 1923 American film directed by Larry Semon and featuring Oliver Hardy.

The Drag Queen's Ball 1970

Some of Tennessee's trashiest transvestites strut their fluff and lip sync their gender -bending hearts out on the opulent Holiday Inn Dinner Theatre stage. See Magda as Sophie Tucker! See Chiquita as Carmen Miranda! See Edwina as Ann (Bowlegs) Miller! It's like a bad high school play in which all the girls look a bit...well, scary

Le Moulin Rouge: The Cabaret of Life

A naughty inside look into the world's most famous cabaret! The costumes, the dancing, the girls, make this venue the ultimate late night destination for jetsetters, artists, politicians and tourists alike.