ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Tony nominee Liz Callaway is reuniting with her sister, Tony-nominated cabaret star and recording artist Ann Hampton Callaway, for two encore performances of their sister act club show, Sibling Revelry on Wednesday, 9/26 & Thursday, 9/27 at Jazz St. Louis (3536 Washington Ave, St. Louis 63103) at 7:30 p.m.


The twosome have performed Sibling Revelry on and off since 1995 at venues around the U.S., and it continues to draw critical acclaim.


Indeed, when the celebrated sisters combine musical forces, they put the revelry into rivalry in this award-winning show of great songs and witty banter. Sibling Revelry was first presented at New York's Rainbow and Stars, garnered raves at The Donmar Warehouse in London, and continues to sell out halls across the country both as a trio act and with symphony orchestras. The best-selling CD on DRG Records remains one of the classic cabaret must-haves.


Separately, of course, they have made names for themselves: Ann's an acclaimed pop/jazz singer and songwriter and Liz is a Broadway veteran and recording artist. But put them together, and this dynamic duo proves they're one singular sensation, whether singing Broadway showstoppers from Chicago, Wicked and Cats or rousing renditions of jazz and pop standards like "Happy Days/Get Happy", "Friendship", and their TV hit, the theme from The Nanny.


"Ann and I are so happy to be bringing Sibling Revelry to St Louis," said Liz. "We've both performed solo many times in that great city,  but it’s been years since we were there together.  We love the St. Louis audiences and it will be great fun to do our sister act for them. It's hard to believe that its been over 20 years since we first performed the show, and that it has taken on a kind of "cult status". 


For fans of the Sibling Revelry recording, much will be familiar, although they've updated the show to reflect their current (or shall we say, "older but wiser”) status.  Oh, and the Huge Medley has gotten even huger!


"I am excited to bring our cult classic Sibling Revelry to music lovers in St. Louis," added Ann.  "With the great Reggie Thomas at the keys, audiences will be treated to a rousing show of gorgeous harmonies, soaring songs from theater, pop and jazz, and the crazy sibling antics that only we two sisters can share. Singing with my sister Liz is about as good as it gets! It’s going to be a love fest!”


Co-Presented with The Cabaret Project of St. Louis

Contemporary Cabaret Series Sponsored by Jackson Advocates LLC

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