Comedian Bert Kreischer's dedication to underachievement has made him a star. After spending seven years as an undergrad at Florida State University, his story garnered accolades (Rolling Stone deemed him "the number-one party animal" in the U.S.), and even inspired the National Lampoon feature VAN WILDER. Now, after years of expert slacking, Kreischer takes to the stage in COMFORTABLY DUMB, a comedy concert that offers his raw, hilarious take on race, sex, and how (not) to deal with cops when you're drunk.
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Raw, wild and hilariously funny, Bert Kreischer stars in "Comfortably Dumb," his debut comedy concert that follows his scene stealing appearances on Comedy Central and FX. He is one of today's hottest, most inventive comedians, something that a few years ago would have been deemed virtually impossible. Especially to Bert. It wasn't long ago when Rolling Stone Magazine named him "the number one party animal in the nation!" when this dedicated underachiever made a career out of attending Florida State University, a seven year adventure that became the basis for National Lampoon's hit movie, "Van Wilder." Now Bert has finally grown up. Sort of. And the result is a sold-out event destined to become a classic. This is your chance to party with the original party animal.
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