1st Tuesday #1

Oct 5 2021

6pm on the First Tuesday of October

Stage West is excited to launch our 1st Tuesdays series with OG Cabaret: Kenneth Knight and Patrick Stanford. And, we'll open our opener with Antonio D. Thomas! These 90 minute events kick off at 6pm on the month's first Tuesday and feature unique curated experiences plus drinks for the first half hour for just $20!

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featuring Acoustic guitarist Antonio D. Thomas who will serenade us with Irish and Britsh pop hits from the likes of U2, The Script, and Mumford & Sons.

Also featuring a Mini Makers Market with Barbara Catrett of Tulip Tree Designs

Kenneth Knight and Patrick Stanford present a Program of Favorite Encores, from a baritone’s perspective. Some classical. Some popular. A taste of musical samples sure to please.

Kenneth Knight has sung with the Whiffenpoofs and for the Pope. He's a member or conductor of more prestigious chorale groups than you could shake a clef at. Kenneth was co-founder, artistic director, and conductor of the Canticum Novum Chamber Orchestra and Chorus of Santa Fe. In Fort Worth he is currently conducting the Ukulele Band & Chorus at the Trinity Terrace Retirement Community, where he is a resident.

Kenneth's baritone stylings will be accompanied by sophisticated ivory tones of pianist Patrick Stanford.

Patrick Stanford has appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and the Perry Como Show. He toured the United States in the 60's with the Texas Boys Choir and as a piano soloist.

Join us every month on 1st Tuesdays. These 90 minute events kick off at 6pm on the month's first Tuesday. Expect unique experiences: mini-lectures, cabarets, how-to’s, hands-on creative play – and more – curated to delight the mind, enrich life, and cater to creative impulses.