Carol has performed in Provincetown since the 1980's.
She's been dubbed the 'First Lady of Cabaret'. She
has appeared with David Brenner and Joan Rivers at
the North Shore Musical Theater, and has performed
at Sculler's Jazz Club, Club Cafe and other top
cabaret and jazz clubs in Boston.
In 2004, O'Shaughnessy was named 'Best Female
Cabaret Entertainer of the Year'.
O'Shaunghnessy is an actress and has appeared
in many starring roles on the musical stage. In 2007
Carol appeared with' Herb Reed and the Platters' as
well as with comedian Pat Cooper. Locally, she has been seen on' Sunday with Liz Walker' and 'My Boston' on WBZ- TV.
We are honored to have her back at the Provincetown CabaretFest 2019. Carol
will be working with Tom LaMark to offer a Workshop and performing at the Friday Night show. Don't miss her!
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Jeffrey M Wright
Based in St. Louis, MO, Jeffrey M. Wright is very active in the cabaret and theater scenes there and beyond. In 2015, he was featured in The Music of Alex Rybeck
at NYC’s Feinstein’s/54 Below and The Metropolitan Room. He has also been featured in other New York concerts at Don’t Tell Mama, The Iridium on Broadway, and The Laurie Beechman Theater. In St.Louis, Jeff’s four solo cabaret shows have played to sold-out audiences at several venues, including
the Gaslight Cabaret Festival for two seasons. His musical theater credits are extensive, with recent favorite roles including Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, Tateh in Ragtime, Benny in Hands On A Hardbody, Rob in High Fidelity, Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Dan in Next To Normal, Pippin in Pippin, Jamie in The Last Five Years, Captain Walker in The Who’s Tommy, and others. He regularly sings the National Anthem for NCAA Division I basketball games in St. Louis, and has also been featured in several independent films, commercials, web videos, and print ads produced there. He is absolutely thrilled to be part of the Provincetown CabaretFest, and is so grateful to Patricia Fitzpatrick for the opportunity! www.jeffreymwright.comHelvetica Light is an easy to read font, with tall and narrow letters, that works well on almost every site.