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Cabaret: Phantom of the Masquerade

March 30, 2019
  • Location: Pensacola Little Theatre
  • 400 S. Jefferson Street
  • Pensacola, FL 32502
  • (850) 432-2042 phone
  • Time: 7:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Admission: $100 tradition ticket; $150 VIP ticket


Pensacola Little Theatre proudly presents Cabaret: Phantom of the Masquerade. Cabaret is Pensacola Little Theatre’s premier annual fundraiser set for Saturday, March 30,, 2019.

Each year, Cabaret boasts a revolving theme and transforms the theatre and surrounding block into an indoor/outdoor entertainment complex, perfectly fusing local talent and celebration to showcase art as the life of the party. PLT Executive Director, Sid Williams-Heath, says the biggest party in Pensacola is going black-tie this year – for a sexy, up-scale theatrical affair.
“After the rave reviews of Cabaret: Midnight in Paris last year, we are keeping the lavish momentum going with luxurious gowns, black ties, and mysterious masks,” says Williams-Heath. “And we’re introducing an exclusive Music of the Night VIP room with private performances, champagne flowing, and a maximum of 100 skeleton key tickets available.”

Traditional tickets allow entrance into the party featuring five open-bar venues transcending guests through the most iconic pieces of Broadway’s longest-running show, The Phantom of the Opera. Guests will enjoy gourmet cuisine by David Penniman’s Classic City Catering and experience the Paris Opera House chandelier, the phantom’s candlelit lair, and Christine’s iconic dressing room. Entertainment will include the Déjà vu live band, Powell Entertainment as DJ, performances by Ballet Pensacola and Pensacola Little Theatre, and an array of other local talented artists.

Tickets to the all-inclusive masquerade are $100.00 per person and can be purchased by calling the box office or by visiting the PLT website, VIP tickets can be purchased for an additional $50.00. 21 and older only.
The funds raised through Cabaret and the silent auction allow PLT to keep ticket prices low, offer outreach programs that inspire children in underserved and at-risk communities, and provide the entire community with entertainment and creative opportunities.