CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new cabaret is coming to Chicago. Cabaret ZaZou's "Luminaire" debuts Wednesday featuring music, comedy, dance and of course cirque performances.
Cast performer Liv Warfield of Peoria, Illinois joined ABC7 Chicago to talk about the new performance and what to expect.
This performance is being produced by Randolph Entertainment LLC, the same company behind Teatro Zinzanni.
"It's absolutely fresh," Warfield said. "It's more of a variety show."
Warfield said the hope for the show is to leave guests inspired beyond their wildest dreams.
Warfield said the inspiration for Luminaire is based on World War II and the ideas of misfits and a way to escape the outside.
The show opens for preview showings Wednesday through Sunday with opening night scheduled for 7 p.m. on Sept. 14. The show is scheduled to run through April 23 at the Cambria Hotel in Chicago.
Those interested in purchasing tickets can visit Cabaret ZaZou's website. Tickets are $99 for the preview week and dinner is included in the ticket price.