THURSDAY 8/5 Michael Glatzmaeir (comedy album “I Make Stuff Up) is in Fort Walton with the nearly famous tour`! You will lose your mind at this show.
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Michael Glatzmaier is a musical comedian/Stand up comic who creates songs on the spot based on audience suggestion. Michael has an album online called Mostly Improvised and a Comedy Special coming out on Dry Bar called, I make stuff up. He has performed his show from Vancouver, BC to NYC in Comedy Clubs, Theaters and Festivals like Bumbershoot and Seattle Festival of Improv.
Deece casillas is an internationally touring comedian who has performed across North America, Mexico, and Belize, been featured on LMAO TV, Apple Comedy TV, Roku Comedy TV, and is host of the long running comedy talk show, The Social Hour. He was voted Inland NW’s Best Comic of 2019, and has worked with such comics as Whitney Cummings, Tom Arnold, Jamie Kennedy, Carlos Mencia, and more. Growing up in a Latino household in South Central L.A. before moving to the Northwest, Deece combines big city energy with small town charm, creating a lovable, biting, and sarcastic comedic style. He’s the future Mayor of Spokan, WA, and his favorite movie is Snow Dogs.
Naked Truth was a God given name. A personality that has always been apart of Cherrae, but could never be expressed. So with this ministry of laughter, I’ve come to love me and developed a better version. Naked Truth is fearless and a fighter who believes Truth will expose the enemies plans and will allow people to love and trust again. To actually give comedy to and allow others to relate despite there religion, ethnicity, or financial situation. To encourage people to fellowship with laughter is all Naked Truth is about.This is my bio and I appreciate you all taking the time to get to know a small version of me in a nutshell. Let’s be genuine! -One Love Naked Truth
Ryan Pfeiffer has been bobbing about in the entertainment biz since the mid-1990s. The comedian, podcaster, actor, and writer launched his stage career in the foothills of North Georgia, performing the role of Seymour in “The Little Shop of Horrors.” The actor then migrated to Chicago where he appeared in tons of avant-garde productions including “The Wizard Of AIDS,” “Animal Farm the Musical,” and “The Bombitty Of Errors,” In Hollywood, Ryan was featured in a Super Bowl commercial where he was afforded the opportunity to act with penguins. Sadly, the ad was aborted and never aired. Also, he’s funny.