Sun, Jun 26|
Singing Notes and Slinging Jokes at South Hill Cider
A SUNDAY MUSIC AND COMEDY WITH ITHACA'S CUTEST COUPLE SINGTRECE AND KENNETH MCLAURIN
Time & Location
Jun 26, 2022, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Ithaca, 550 Sandbank Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
About the Event
Ithaca, NY -- It is a special time as Ithaca’s best vocalist, SingTrece, and its favorite comedian, Kenneth McLaurin come to South Hill Cider. When this husband and wife duo share a stage, you are in for a treat, Singing Notes & Slinging Jokes, a unique mix of music, song, storytelling, comedy, life, love, and laughter. As husband and wife, they share a partnership in life, in creativity. Together on stage, the pair are the classic case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.
"I didn't really know what to expect - just some combination of your talents, but it exceeded my expectations because of how carefully you had worked it out and integrated your two arts into a whole that was bigger than both" J. Green.
"The best part of the show is that it's deep and profound. It's honest. It's great. They are both so good on stage, and good at completely different things that it just works." C. Holmes.
International singer, songwriter, playwright, and actress, SingTrece is known locally as the lead vocalist from local band Stone Cold Miracle, who gives amazing hugs. She has featured at Grassroots, the Cayuga Sound Festival, as well as touring Europe and singing in the Vatican twice. Her band released its first album “Love Without A Doubt” last year, and she recently re-released her solo album, “I’m Waiting”. When you hear Singtrece sing: you're listening, hearing, feeling every word, living through every song with her.
North Carolina native, Kenneth, has long called himself, "The Funniest Person You've Never Heard Of." But his first album, Cuttin Up Comedy at the Shop, his Kitchen Theatre show Southern Fried Ithaca, Comedy on The Commons, his recent production “So You Think You’re Anti-Racist Competition, and being named Ithaca’s Best Comedian is rapidly changing that. He has written plays for the One Minute Play Festivals at the Kitchen Theatre. His project 10 Short Films About Race was featured as a part of the Spring Writes Literary Festival and is scheduled for production once we are out of the pandemic. "Life's a joke, find the funny" is his life's motto, and all that knows him will tell you Kenneth, has certainly found it. Witty, Clever, Insightful, sometimes Shocking, but always Funny is what you get with Kenneth!
Comedy on the Commons. Good Times. New Friends. Great Memories.