The Spouse Whisperer with Mark Cordes entertains the audience with very funny, acerbic observations on relationships and how to make them work...or not. He is always warm and congenial and has a great comedic rapport with his audience.
It's a great beginning and when Cordes makes his entrance the evening only gets better and better. Throughout the show, Cordes randomly fields pre-performance, written questions that the audience has submitted. His spontaneous responses are consistently priceless, sidesplitting observations.
Cordes informs us that 44% of marriages end in divorce and 56% end in death! Speaking of death and the confusion as to whether have an open or closed casket, Cordes muses, "I would have them put a foot peddle on it, like a wastebasket."
Regarding his marriage, he claims that he is in revenue creation and his wife is in disbursement! His wife coaxed him to have a man-to man talk with his two stepsons. What was his learned advice? He told them, "Sons, don't marry a woman with kids!" How can you resist?
Excerpts from a review by: Joseph Gordon – Mesa Theater Examiner
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Michael Bailey is a comic, a teacher, an actor, a husband, a father, and a pretty fair bowler.
He’s headlined clubs, colleges, and corporate events all over the country. You may have seen him with Rosie O’Donnell on VH-1 Stand-up Spotlight or on Comedy Central. His theatrical style and unique perspectives on growing up, parenthood, getting old, and surviving in a world gone mad have made him a favorite nation-wide for many years.
Join Michael Bailey for an evening of comedy, music, theater, and a refreshing reminder that, even in times like these, life really is…FUNNY!
Comprised of professional actors, comedians, and stand up comics - The Jester'Z provide instant comedy - made up on the spot! The audience plays an important role in each show: suggestions such as a name, a location, an attitude, an emotion, an accent, maybe a silly secret to be divulged all comes from YOU, the audience.
The Jester'Z know the games, but because the setup comes from the audience every scene is unique, and every show is a memorable experience. Shows are family sensitive.