Taylor Mason brings posse of puppets to the Sondheim Center for night of laughs for the entire family, Saturday, March 10 Taylor Mason's quick wit, flawless delivery and polished material make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He has carved out a career in comedy and entertainment that has taken him around the USA for the past 25 years. Taylor's comedy career exploded after winning Star Search in 1990. Since then, he has toured non-stop with a growing cast of puppet characters including a pig, a piglet, a life-sized sumo wrestler, Romeo, Juliet and even President Obama.
His experience as a comedy writer and performer has taken him from The Second City Theater in Chicago to headlining gigs at comedy clubs across the country. He's as comfortable writing and executing humor for corporate clients like Microsoft and Wal-Mart as he is doing a show for teens or children on a Disney Cruise ship. You cannot define his audience, because his act transcends demographics and niches. It's a throwback and yet it's contemporary.
There is no easy way to describe what Taylor Mason will bring to the Sondheim Center. He's a multi-faceted entertainment quadruple-threat: ventriloquist, comedian, actor and musician. To top it off, his brand of comedy is entirely family-friendly. People of all ages can enjoy and appreciate Taylor's sense of humor. Patrons can also expect a healthy and hilarious dose of audience participation during Taylor's show.