EUSTIS — It's a good thing musician, actor and comedian Chase Padgett doesn't get tired of performing his one-man show, "6 Guitars."
The tour-de-force show, which features six different types of musicians, debuted at the 2010 Orlando International Fringe Festival, returned to sold-out crowds and received the Critics Choice Award for best musical in this year's festival.
Padgett, who brought the show to the Bay Street Players' State Theatre in January, will perform it again at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
"The show was so successful last time and people keep asking when he would come back," said Joel Warren, creative consultant for the theater.
After Eustis, Padgett is scheduled to perform "6 Guitars" in fringe-style festivals in Ottawa, Winnipeg and Vancouver, Canada.
In his third visits to the fringe festivals in Calgary and Edmonton, Canada, he will perform "Nashville Hurricane," a show that debuted in the Orlando Fringe Festival in 2012.
"Canadians are the nicest people on Earth," Padgett said. "The stereotype about Canadians is totally true."
Padgett said even people who have seen "6 Guitars" might see a slightly different show this time.
"Certain parts are improvised," he said. "I could do the shoe five times a week for years and not get tired of it."
In "6 Guitars," Padgett will become 87-year-old bluesman Tyrone, veteran jazz cool guy Wes, unlikely rock musician Michael, high-voiced classical musician Emmanuel, ingratiating folk singer Peter and young country singer Rupert.
Tickets are $15 and are available at the box office, 109 N. Bay St., or by calling 352-357-7777.Copyright © 2015, CT Now