Standup comedian, and Lindbergh High School grad, Brooks McBeth has a career that has taken him many, many places. He's written for Mad TV and Almost Live, appeared in television and film, but nothing compares to standing on his hometown stage — the Enumclaw Expo Center.
McBeth grew up in Renton, but his family is from Enumclaw and Lake Tapps so this show is a special one for him.
"Can’t wait for Dec. 22 in Enumclaw! Went to Pete’s Pool... more cement than I remember," said McBeth. "Next stop – the pickle factory and then the Hornet’s nest! Living the dream!"
Opening the Enumclaw show is an old friend, John Keister from Almost Live.
"Please forgive me for any jokes made in the past," said Keister.
Tickets are available now to see Brooks McBeth and John Keister on stage at the Enumclaw Expo Center on Dec. 22, but they are going fast. Get yours at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/285146