Of all the life topics that comedians can pull from to get their material, an overwhelming amount look to love and marriage as their muse. Why? Because marriage and comedians are funny. Only married people know exactly how funny marriage actually is. The day to day that can seem mundane while you’re in the moment is hilarious when pointed out by an outsider. The sound your spouse makes when snoring or the argument about shower gel that is apt to come up at some point in the relationship – marriage and comedians are all funny and on many levels.
Many comedians have tapped into the humor of marriage and done it so well that those who might have come to the show with the same fight on their mind end up laughing about it before hey know it. Marriage and comedians are able to show just how well they can make people look into themselves and laugh out loud at what they find:
Thor Ramsey, host of the Bananas Comedy series, started his career in a hotel lounge in 1987, but before long he was headlining clubs around the country. His quick and direct humor keeps audiences on their toes, never knowing what he’s going to say next but dying to find out.
Steve Geyer makes you join his time right off the bat. His easygoing approach makes audiences relate to him. You laugh in the same way you would if a friend told you a joke. His refreshing approach to comedy is as relaxing as it is funny.
Michael Joiner loves sarcasm, and he does it well. He knows what his audience is thinking because he’s probably thought it too. He’ll say what’s on his mind and make you laugh because of how real the sentiment is. Funny doesn’t even begin to describe his show.
Daren Streblow’s observational comedy is wholesome and comforting… and then he throws a zinger. Working at his craft since 1998, Daren Streblow knows how to reel in an audience, making them laugh all the way.
Jeff Allen is a realist. He talks about real life and real situations effortlessly, showing the good, the bad, and the ugly in the most hilarious light you can imagine. His delivery is direct – real. Audiences find themselves nodding in agreement as much as they laugh.
Ron Pearson pulls you in fast. His stories are interesting, his use of the stage keeps the audience’s attention, and he keeps people guessing. His athleticism shows in his active displays, accompanying his wit perfectly. He is definitively one to watch.
If you are looking for a way to bring a fresh approach to your date night or special event, marriage and comedians are the way to go. They bring humor to the stickiest of situations and add levity to any function.
Originally posted 2014-03-28 05:20:06.