Matt Howe is an accomplished performer in Washington, D.C. Up until about six years ago, his primary focus was acting in the theater; lately, however, Matt has been enjoying a new phase of his career … as a cabaret artist.
Matt's solo cabaret, HAPPY ENDINGS, debuted in March 2010 to enthusiastic audiences at the Sitar Arts Center. Matt participated in five cabaret benefits for Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW). He directed and performed in CHAWbaret 4: CABARET CONNECTIONS. In 2008, Matt performed a two-man cabaret, DOUBLE ENTENDRE, with Dean Reichard.
Matt made his Chicago cabaret debut in April 2010 at Three Cat Media's third annual Barbra Streisand celebration: BABFAB, singing two Streisand songs.
July 2010, Matt attended the Eighth Annual International Cabaret Conference at Yale University and worked with cabaret artists like Faith Prince, Sally Mayes, and Tovah Feldshuh.
Matt regularly appears in the D.C. Cabaret Network's Members Showcases at The Arts Club.
Matt's new show, I'M HIP, debuts at Germano's in Baltimore on April 28, 2012. (More info here!)
As an actor, Matt has appeared in plays at D.C. theatres: Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Washington Shakespeare, and Source Theater.
He has studied the art of cabaret performing with Liz Callaway and Ann Hampton Callaway, Amanda McBroom, Lina Koutrakas and Rick Jensen, Wendy Lane Bailey and Laurel Massé.
Matt is a member of the D.C. Cabaret Network.
Contact Matt: matthowe66 [at] yahoo [dot] com
[For more info, check out “What Is Cabaret?”]