The official word: On Oct. 7, at 7:30 pm, local America’s Got Talent juggler Charles Peachock will be hosting a show of his own at the 600-seat Kent Stage in downtown Kent, OH with two fellow AGT alums, “Lady Guy-Guy” singer Daniel Joseph Baker of Katy, TX and Yellow Design Stunt Team BMX cyclist James McGraw of Denver, CO.
The 35-year-old Peachock, a veteran juggler who makes a living performing on cruise ships and special shows, decided to put the show together for two reasons. First, Peachock said he wants to give an opportunity to two of his fellow AGT contestants, whom he believes are raising stars in the entertainment industry. But secondly, and more importantly, Peachock wants to thank the members of the Akron/Kent community who have supported of him throughout his career.
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“This was a chance for me to say ‘Thank You’ to all of my fellow N.E. Ohioans who supported me on America’s Got Talent and throughout the years,” said Peachock. “I think this will be a unique experience for people to see an edited and time-limited version of America’s Got Talent come alive right in front of them. Hopefully they will leave the theater with an understanding of what exactly goes into the production of the show.”
Tickets for the show cost $25 and are available by calling the theater at (330) 677-5005 or online at www.kentstage.org.