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Categories listed to honor past and present cabaret venues. 

Le Chat Noir (The Black Cat)  $5,000 +
Le Chat Noir was a nineteenth-century entertainment establishment, in the bohemian  
Montmartre district of Paris. It opened on 18 November 1881 and is thought to be  the first modern cabaret. read more
The Cricket Foundation

Brian Silkworth & Bill Colter

Überbrettl (Superstage) $3,000 +

Überbrettl was the first venue in Germany for literary cabaret, or Kabarett, founded 1901 in Berlin. read more

Arnaldo Inocentes & Steve MacFarlane

​The Carlyle $1,000+

The Carlyle where the golden age of New York cabaret comes alive each night. read more 
Dai & Akiko Yanagishima

​Tom & Sue Bohn

The Duplex $500+

The Duplex is the cornerstone club in Greenwich Village, the cradle of  New York City cabaret.read more

Alan Garcia & Dr. Agnes Navarro

Alma & James Kern

​Aleksa Manila & Alex T-Lawson

Roger Schmelzer

Thumper's  $200+
Thumper's was the grand old gay restaurant/piano bar that was at 15th and Madison on 
Seattle’s Capitol Hill.​ read more

Francinca Noordhoek

Jose Torres

Michael Loebe

​Ruby Grynberg

​The Bistro $100+
Anonymous, Anonymous, Bennyroyce Royon, Carolyn Gallagher, Emma Catague, Janna Harala, Jean Holmblad​ & Robert Zaret, Maria Stoica, Nancy Nucci, Nicholas Adman, Schaka Chung, Susanna Petersen-Benitez, Tesee George, Velma Veloria, William Colter

The ​Patron $100 below

Alan Rowbeeg

Jayne Muirhead & John Engerman

​Schuyler Hoffman



​Aleksa Manila

​Alex Soto

Alex T-Lawson

Brian Silkworth & Bill Colter
​Egan’s Ballard Jam House
Eladio Precadio

Evergreen City Ballet
Erv Raible -for many years of guidance
Francina Noordhoek
Filipino-American Community of Seattle

Flowers on 15th
Julia's On Broadway

Matthew Stull
Michael Mikowski

​Michael Moore

Miss Gay Seattle 2019

Miss Gay Washington 2019
Seattle Gay News
Sherry Eaker - Backstage Bistro
Steve MacFarlane


The Court of Seattle

The Triple Door