Mark Viera

I was able to see Mark Viera this weekend at the Parlor in Bellevue.  That was a great show.  Mark was really funny although some people seemed a bit turned off by his seemingly depressing marriage and family views.  I sort of agreed, but I got that was just his schtick.  Anyhow, the funniest part of his set to me was when he talked about his experience growing up with his grandmother who of course was cheap and didn’t buy him anything but plain corn flakes for breakfast.  He did a great impression of the rooster on the box taunting him with a weak crow warning you that the cereal was dry.  The real surprise that evening however was that DL Hughley showed up out of the blue and performed for a short time before Mark came on.  That was cool and of course very funny.  There was also a really funny comedian who performed before DL named Anton, who had a great style, telling stories about his life that had so many parts and then came around full circle.  Very impressive.


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