You're gonna laugh... and how!
Friday, July 22, 8pm Kahneeta Resort, Warm Springs, OR
Friday, Sept 23 8pm Muckelshoot Casino, Auburn, WA
Friday, Nov 18 8pm Seneca Niagra Casino & Resort, Niagra Falls, NY
Nicknamed "The Frybread Assassin," Vaughn scores a comedy bullseye with his original brand of oneliner comedy. This Lakota/Colville is like an amusement park ride for the brain. He leaves his audiences with a severe dose of comedy whiplash. An accomplished Pow Wow drummer and emcee, the multi-talented Eaglebear also wrote the song "John Wayne's Teeth" for the movie, Smoke Signals.
"April showers bring May flowers and Mayflowers bring pilgrims.”
Adopted at birth and confused ever since, Marc takes his audiences on a comedy joyride as he explores his multi-ethnic roots and the culture clashes that fill his world. Marc’s smart but relatable comedy demonstrates a universal appeal that has landed him appearances on PBS, Comics Unleashed, The Latino Laugh Festival and Showtime. Marc serves audiences his original comedy recipe, specially prepared for non- stop laughs. Tasty topics, spicy premises and savory punchlines, are all dished out with a dash of sarcasm and a grain of salt.
"I'm a Mexican Irish Navajo, Mexi-jo. My ancestors exploited my own ancestors. I feel guilty and oppressed."
Howie Miller is one of the funniest corporate and club comedians in North America. He is a First Nation Descendant of the Cree Nation and was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His quick wit and unique point of view on multi ethnic stereotypes is enjoyed by all audiences, regardless of age, race, or sex; and has garnered numerous television appearances and placed him in great demand on the corporate comedy circuit. Howie’s hilarious routine, mixed with stellar impressions has the audience laughing from start to finish.
“…Survivor, I can’t stand that show. No Indians…It is probably a good idea; because they are not gonna vote me off the island. They’re just gonna vote me to the crappy part of the island and leave me there for 200 years.”