Corporate Comedian and Entertainer Perry Kurtz
About this pro
All performances and trainings are based on the needs and wants of the audience or trainee. No 2 are ever alike. Because every experience is unique, Perry provides a unique experience each time, by tailoring his presentation to fit the situation. As each situation is different, Perry adjusts and changes to make sure that he matches the needs of the participants. Nothing can compare with watching a student's face when they get that first big laugh. Even better when it happens spontaneously.
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I performed standup comedy almost every night of the week. Usually after that, I go to different karaoke clubs where I get up and create songs about what the audience is doing as they are doing it. I am constantly looking for new ways to entertain and be funny. I've also been challenged by 26 rappers, or MC's , as they're called, and won in every occurrence. I also sit in at many blues jams and play electric guitar while creating improvised songs about the audience and their current actions. I am always working to stretch my brain and make it function better. My goal is to be the best that I can be without joining the armed services. At this time, there is no one, whether Comedian or musician, I can create the improv songs that I do.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?People have always been saying, "What are you? A comedian?"
- What types of customers have you worked with?Most of the time I am performing in comedy clubs. Sometimes, I function as a host or emcee for all types of events. My favorite type of performance is a private party or meeting where I am supplied with background information on the more notorious members of the group. Then I write material to "roast" them. In a nice way. After that I basically wing it. My best show are when I make it up as I go along. All my performances are really based on whatever is going on while I am performing and bringing the audience into a show created, on the spot, just for them.