Owensboro Man Performs 20 Classic Horror Films in 6 Minutes and 66 Seconds and You Can Watch
Theatre Workshop of Owensboro is gearing up for another edition of Cabaret Nights, its popular monthly concert series that showcases some of the best and most creative talent here in western Kentucky. I am excited to share the news that Angel and I will be part of the fun this month.
As radio partners, Angel and I are no strangers to the stage at community events around town.
We first performed at Theatre Workshop's Cabaret Nights about five years ago and are excited that we've been asked back again. I will be serving as the Master of Ceremonies for the evening and Angel will be performing!
Cabaret Nights is held the second Tuesday of each month and gives local performers and theatre fans a chance to get together and celebrate live music and zany, unpredictable fun.
I'll be opening the evening with my version of this!
And I will be closing the evening with something new I have created just for this edition of Cabaret Nights. I will be performing 20 Classic Horror Films in 6 Minutes and 66 Seconds.
I love scary movies and I am excited to act out scenes from twenty of the best ones ever in the most frantic and crazed way possible! I'll be joined and accompanied by Jordan Blake Key and, potentially, various members of the audience!
JORDAN BLAKE KEY
Jordan is a singer/songwriter born right here in Owensboro and he's also a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College.
In addition to accompanying me, he'll be singing some songs of his own and helping out the other performers lined up for Cabaret Nights..
Angel is heard weekdays 6am to 10am on The Country Station, 92.5 WBKR. She is a singer, former professional dancer and the Executive Director of My Sister's Keeper, a brand new emergency shelter in Owensboro that serves women and children.
Janet is a huge theatre fan and Broadway and American Songbook tunes have been her passion since she was 5 yrs old. Janet has performed around the United States as well as in several foreign countries. She has a TWO Cabaret Nights tradition that she intends to continue next Tuesday. She says, "I always like to sing at least one song in TWO Cabaret that I don’t think many people know."
Maddie Chance is a 19-year-old vocal music education major at Western Kentucky University. Maddie says, "I have grown up singing musical theatre, and loving to be on stage! This my first cabaret in a while and I am so excited to be apart of something amazing!!!"
Arnie is a retired educator who was raised in the 1950’s and 60’s. He writes and performs original folk songs in the spirit of Woody Guthrie, Pete Seager, and the early days of Bob Dylan. Arnie plans to "bring messages and musical stories that relate to the days in which we now live."
Cabaret Nights is set for 7pm at Theatre Workshop's Trinity Center at 407 West 5th Street in downtown Owensboro, Kentucky.
Admission to Cabaret Nights is just $5 per person.