Raising Dignity Cabaret
A Benefit Event for Joseph's House of Camden
November 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Kick off your holiday season with an intimate evening at the cabaret, featuring Broadway and popular music inspired by the quest to find dignity in oneself and in others performed by a cast featuring some of the region's best musical theater and jazz performers. A portion of each ticket sold benefits Joseph's House in Camden, which helps homeless persons find dignity by providing emergency shelter, housing, and access to social services.
General admission tickets are $25. VIP tickets and tables (including a post-concert champagne reception with a special bonus performance) are available at $75 each or $650 for a table of 10.
A Philadelphia-based singer and actor, Rachel recently completed a national tour with the new musical Little Black Dress, followed by Remember Jones' production of Yas Queen, an "over the top" celebration of the music of Queen. Rachel is also a singer/songwriter and recording artist with the popular jazz pop duo The Gender Gnomes.
Few things are more exciting than when a local talent finds national success. Coming off a recent national tour and a nominated performance in Theatre OKC's production of Bright Star, we are proud to welcome Patty back to her hometown for an intimate cabaret show. Patty will make you think, smile, laugh and live in the moment.
An in-demand multi-instrumentalist based in Philadelphia, Pat is well-versed in many styles of music, and regularly performs in the Philadelphia/New Jersey region in jazz combos, big bands, rock and funk groups, acoustic acts and theatrical productions. Pat has performed at many renowned venues throughout the Northeast including Lincoln Center, Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center, NJ PAC, regional theaters, and jazz clubs.
PATRICK TICE CARROLL
A music director, conductor, and pianist based in Philadelphia, PA, Patrick brings an informed and sensitive ear into every performance. He earned undergraduate and graduate music degrees from Temple University, including a Master of Arts in Musical Theater Studies and with a Master of Fine Arts in Musical Theater Collaboration.
A South Jersey-based percussionist, Steve studied drums and percussion in New York with renowned teachers, Henry Adler and Morris Lang of the New York Philharmonic. He continues to play professionally in theaters, big bands, and cabarets. When he is not busy on stage, Steve is the President and Co-Founder of Syncopate Advisors and provides creative direction on presentations, positioning, and performance.