A masterful blend of music, comedy, and original characters; Chase Padgett’s 6 Guitars has returned to Central Florida! Originally premiering at the 2010 Orlando Fringe Festival and continuing on to complete nearly 700 performances across the United States and North America, 6 Guitars has evolved from a one act, one man show to a full length production including an intermission, opening number, and complete band (with drums and a bass guitar)! Playing at the Ren Theatre from now until January 29, you won’t want to miss this unique take on music and its impact on the world around us.
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Padgett about this newest iteration of 6 Guitars as well as his background and performance experience. Thank you, Chase, for taking the time to talk with us!
Now, let’s explore what you can expect at 6 Guitars!
About Chase Padgett
A Florida native, Chase is an accomplished actor, singer, guitarist, and improv performer. Mr. Padgett has an extensive artistic background ranging from comedic roles in theme park entertainment to his recent network TV debut as a semi-finalist on Fox’s avatar-based singing competition: Alter Ego. You can learn more about Chase’s previous projects and current endeavors at https://chasepadgett.com. And don’t forget to follow him on Instagram!
About 6 Guitars
Described as a “living love letter to music,” 6 Guitars allows Chase to showcase his improv skills, comedic flair, and diverse performance range. Playing six completely different characters (each representing a different musical genre), Chase takes audiences on a journey through Blues, Jazz, Rock, Classical, Folk, and Country songs.
With central themes exploring the universal nature of music and its importance in all of our lives, 6 Guitars is more than a concert experience. It is an extraordinary blend of character-driven comedy, divergent music styles, and Chase’s improv skills and performance talent. You can get a small taste of 6 Guitars in the preview below:
Getting Tickets to 6 Guitars
6 Guitars is playing select nights now through January 29th at the Ren Theatre in Downtown Orlando. Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at https://rentheatre.com. For more information about the Ren Theatre or its upcoming productions, follow them on Instagram and Twitter.