My name is Ken Regez.I’ve been performing since I was a child and grew up with a love for history and the performing arts.
After spending 26 years as a radio talk show host I left to do what I really enjoy: entertaining in front of a live audience. I have been performing in live theatre, and I have also been presenting programs of Tin Pan Alley and programs of vintage films. Meeting the audience face to face in churches, schools, clubs and retirement homes is an amazing experience. We have lots of fun!
I have appeared at The Armory Dinner Theatre as Jim Haller in “All Shook Up," and as Mr. Mushnik in “Little Shop of Horrors”where I got to be eaten by a plant every night.What a great job! I also appeared as President Roosevelt in Jim Tropp's terrific production of "Annie" at the Edgerton Performing Arts Center.
In 2008 I launched Silver Showcase at Cedar Crest Retirement Center with a program of American songs from the turn of the 20th Century. Since then I have presented song and film programs for the Sterling North Book and Film Festival the Society for Learning Unlimited, (an outreach program of Beloit College), The Janesville Senior Center, The Milton Historical Society, The Milton College Preservation Society and other clubs and organizations.