Paul Green featuring John Nolander
Saturday, October 9, 7:00PM at
Vail Theater of the Arts
Doors open at 6:00PM
He’ll jam an improvised jazz solo on the piano or drums and make up a love song on the spot for any girl who wants to feel uncomfortable. Can solve a Rubik’s cube in record time of 3 minutes, He earned a degree in finance to learn how to fund his comedy career. When ordering food, he will randomly break out into song or make sound effects when pulling out his wallet often earning him a free meal or weird looks, either way he considers it a win. He’s yet to get a date using Tinder, but his eternal optimism keeps him swiping right. He’s an introverted, outgoing stand-up comedian who posts cheesy one-liner joke memes on Facebook daily such as this: "I watched a Tony Robbins video on avoiding distractions. I found the video browsing Facebook." So he's not only funny, he can be profound!!
If you really want to have some fun with Paul---Paul welcomes hecklers! All he asks is that you be loud enough for everybody to hear and that you own your statements and are prepared for the comeback and conversation. This truly is an intimate evening with one of the most talented comedy artists of our time. You will be amazed with his humor and quick wit and the finale of the show where he sings a song made up during the course of the show about the show and the audience that helped to make for a great evening of live entertainment.
Brace yourself, comedian puppet Crash The Buzzard and his assistant, ventriloquist John Nolander are returning to Vail Laughs! No one is safe from John's comedian puppets, especially John. Mischievous Crash, the actual star of the show, has been making audiences young and old laugh for years. Somehow, he actually makes John look good. There's never a dull moment when Crash The Buzzard hits the stage. Known to audiences as the 'life of the party', Crash knows how to work a crowd. A sensitive artiste', Crash enjoys mocking John and magic while attempting a few magic tricks of his own, including a perilous magic trick while under deep magical hypnosis. It's clean comedy that's guaranteed to make you laugh.
To put it in Crash's words: "I find John unnecessary. John has no idea what he is doing. If it wasn't for me this show would be toast."