April 29, 8:00 pm
Cajun/Creole Comedy One Man Show: Jerrod Guillory is a South Louisiana comedian who delivers humor and laughter as a strong punch line, without the use of explicit language. He has the talent that will reach your funny bone as he speaks very proudly of his Creole-Cajun heritage. Guillory embraces all of the southwest Louisiana culture and has a genuine love and respect for his French speaking ancestors. He always says, “Through suffering, sorrow, frustration, and turmoil; there is truth in laughter.” In his stand-up, he tells the tails of everyday living, the meaning of family and what living in Acadiana is all about. He is rapidly becoming one of the most talked about comics around. If you haven’t seen him yet, you’re truly missing out.
Tickets and more information can be found at the Festival’s website here.
Thèâtre du Festival is supported by Festival International de Louisiane, Cité des Arts, and the Hive; financial support is provided by Stage Backers and by Don and Tish Johnson.