2010-04-08 / Scene

Flint comedian to celebrate birthday with show

FLINT — Nationally known touring stand-up comedian Bryan McCree is celebrating his 50th birthday with a party you do not want to miss.

McCree is turning 50 and he is celebrating by putting on, what else — a comedy show.

The guest of honor, McCree has been a stand-up comedian for more than 28 years. His career has taken him across the country and he has been featured in programs on Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, Mad TV and a hilarious role in the 1990 Sundance film festival, Grand Jury Prize winning: Chameleon Street.

Starting his career in Flint, he began by playing small nightclubs, bars and special events honing his talent. He then ventured outside the confines of his home town and began traveling all the while expanding his repertoire.

In 1994 he was given his first national television exposure on, Comedy Central’s Stand Up, Stand Up. In 2006 Bryan was a finalist in NBC’s Stand Up For Diversity.

Save the date for this entertaining evening and join us at The Historic Masonic Temple in downtown Flint, 755 South Saginaw St.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with the comics beginning at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets are $20 in advance/$25 at the door.

Advance tickets may be purchased online through PayPal at www.vertigotheatrics.com or by calling 810-239-7469. — G.G.

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