Seth Sikes visited students in Rachel Henson’s 3rd-grade class at Justiss Elementary School during his recent return to his hometown.
The New York Times calls Seth Sikes one of New York’s most talked about young cabaret singers “A hit with audiences and critics alike.” Sikes regularly plays to capacity crowds at Feinstein’s / 54 Below, singing standards with his band. His heartfelt tribute shows to Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli have earned him unanimous raves from critics such as Rex Reed, in the New York Observer, who said, “There’s no telling how far Seth Sikes will go.”
Sikes attended New York’s Circle in the Square Theatre School. After a brief performance career, he worked as an Assistant Director on shows like THE NANCE, starring Nathan Lane. After a decade of working behind the scenes, Sikes returned to the stage in an autobiographical solo act singing old songs with a big band. His action brought him into the spotlight of New York’s cabaret scene, and he has since taken his show on the road.