The Ramblers Tales Show returns to the Porter Sanford III with an internationally flavored Stand-up Comedy and Variety show. This is the 4th year of the show and its outlook is expressively bold and diverse. The show lifts the curtain to reveal a diverse world of creative artistic expressions that crosses continent and culture. Performers on this years show include:
Gina Yashere has been a dominant feature on the British stand-up comedy scene for the past 15 years. She has traveled the world delivering her comedic lines with the wit and mannerism that is unique to Gina. Her stand-up routines have been described as having edginess when chewed slowly with a closed mouth but with a sweet chocolate after-taste when swallowed. She wittingly draws humor from the simple observations of our maniac behaviors that we subconsciously ignore or choose to pretend is the new norms of society. Having harnessed her skills on the British Television, Theatre and Comedy circuit Gina landed in the US and was quickly became a regular on numerous US shows. In her American journey she has appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central and her own special on ShowTime just to name a few.
Fatman George is an actor, presenter and professional standup comedian from Grenada who has appeared on the show for the past three years. He can be seen playing a leading role in the movie “Blinded”. He has performed extensively in the US, Canada, UK and the Caribbean. He does not exclude using himself as the target in delivering his comic lines. He uses a school-boyish charm to lure you in then, out comes the wit and before you know it; your belly hurts from laughter. In due course, Atlanta has gotten a little more intimate in swaying with the spice of his Caribbean swagger.
The Soweto Street Beat arose out of the ashes of the turmoil of South African life with one aim in mind, to help the at-risk youth. Creative art was seen as a vehicle for channeling the rage and anger that was becoming prevalent in the Soweto streets under the apartheid system. With this in mind, Soweto Street Beat as an organization began the task of working with at-risk youths in the Soweto Township of Johannesburg; young men were taught to become professional dancers and cultural ambassadors as they travel the world. Soweto Street Beat has performed in Disney world for over six years, they performed at the Atlanta Olympics and at the Soccer World Cup which was held in South Africa, the Coca Cola World Cultural Festival to name a few. They have performed to over 10,000,000 people worldwide.
Ringmaster “Casual Cal” Dupree Jr. is a renaissance entertainer from Harlem, New York and is a Morehouse Man. “Casual Cal” was the co-founder of Universal Soul Circus and is the first African American Ringmaster of a touring circus in the world. As the world s first ringmaster of soul he has produced toe tapping finger snapping innovations and inspirations, for a new entertainment generation. His polished voice, skillful swagger and classy performances have exceeded the audience expectations; Cal is known for the charm and intensity of his delivery.
Driven by an insatiable desire to expose his vocal talent, King Danskie entered into the Antigua and Barbuda Calypso and Soca Monarch competitions in 2002. He earned the first runner up spot in the Soca Monarch competition that year. Determined to take the top spot, King Danskie reentered the Soca Monarch competition in 2003 and took control of the stage. His dazzling performance pleased the crowd and judges alike and sealed the coveted title of SOCA Monarch. King Danskie have since performed at the World SOCA championship and collaborated with other musical artiste such as such as Militant, Machel Montano, Fojo, Shelly G, Mack Truck & Lion King. His collaboration with Machel Montano produced a well known hit titled ‘Fireman’.
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