Nelson invites professional zaniac Alex Zerbe

Professional Zaniac and Guinness World Record holder Alex Zerbe comes to Nelson's Capitol Theatre.

Alex Zerbe: Professional Zaniac will be taking the stage at Nelson's Capitol Theatre.

Alex Zerbe is a two-time Guinness World Record holder who was voted Seattle’s funniest prop comic. He has appeared on prime-time television in three countries including the hit NBC TV shows, America’s Got Talent! and Last Comic Standing. Zerbe is a hacky sack world champion, half of the award-winning comedy act, Brothers from Different Mothers and, as if that wasn’t amazing enough, he was ranked Seattle’s third best air guitarist! Audiences everywhere freak out in a good way when they see Zerbe perform. When Jamie Lee Curtis saw his one-man show she said, “Boy are you talented, FANTASTIC!”

Zerbe’s comedy show is a dynamic array of amazing stunts, physical comedy and audience participation. The show spotlights a variety of mind-blowing maneuvers like mouth juggling two ping pong balls and harpooning vegetables launched from a giant slingshot. Zerbe also chops celery with a thrown playing card and catches a romantic table for one on his face.

Zerbe is a gifted physical comedian and human cartoon. In addition to his incredible juggling skills, he performs beat-boxing, music looping, silly dances and funny raps. Zerbe is an original when it comes to family-friendly entertainment.

Zerbe takes the stage at Sunday, February 26 at 2 p.m. All Tickets $12.50. Charge by phone 250-352-6363 buy online capitoltheatre.bc.ca

 

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