About Peggy
Peggy Eason is an accomplished entertainer, as comfortable
on the big stage as she is in the most intimate of venues.
Peggy Eason, known on the cabaret scene since 2009,
brought her talents recently to CabaretFest in Provincetown
wowing audiences once again.

Earlier this year, Peggy appeared at The Iridium under the
direction of Lennie Watts, who also directed her in her
critically acclaimed run at Don’t Tell Mama last year. She
also appeared at Tudor City Greens concerts last May and
the Cabaret Convention in October. Miss Eason has thrilled
audiences throughout New York with her version of “Defying
Gravity” (Wicked), among other songs.

Miss Eason, blind since birth, has never let that interrupt her
work or life. She has had an illustrious and varied career.
She grew up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Mount Vernon,
New York.

An accomplished vocalist, Miss Eason is classically trained
and began singing professionally from a very young age. She
earned her Master’s Degree in Voice and Music Education
from the Manhattan School of Music, and pursued a career
early on as a lyric soprano, singing in churches, at corporate
and private events while working for the Division of Parole
for the State of New York.

In 2009 Miss Eason opted for a full-time career as a cabaret
performer and the rest is history!