He's back with Legal Immigrant, a meditation on his ten years as an American citizen & the experiences and change he has witnessed during his time
Is there anyone who has a more close association with cabaret than Alan Cumming?
On Broadway and the West End he played the Master of Ceremonies in Kander and Ebb’s masterpiece Cabaret, winning a Tony and every other award available in the process.
More recently he has toured the world with his cabaret shows, I Bought A Blue Car Today which debuted at the Lincoln Centre, NYC followed by the Sydney Opera House (he doesn’t believe in starting small) and Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, which earned huge critical acclaim and sold out Carnegie Hall, the London Palladium, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA and the Kennedy Center, Washington DC. He also released albums of the same name.
Now he is back with Legal Immigrant, a meditation on his ten years as an American citizen and the experiences and change he has witnessed during his time living in the States. With a set list that includes songs made famous by Adele, Peggy Lee and Edith Piaf and composers as diverse as Cole Porter, Sondheim and Schubert, Legal Immigrant is as eclectic, vulnerable and charismatic as Alan Cumming himself.