Tug Valley Arts Council hosts Clean Comedy Event


Pictured above is ventriloquist Mark Thompson. Thompson is a Christian entertainer and will be performing at a comedy event hosted by the Tug Valley Arts Council on April 21 at Tug Valley High School.


NAUGATUCK – The Tug Valley Arts Council is hosting a comedy event featuring ventriloquist Mark Thompson at Tug Valley High School Thursday, April 21 at 7 p.m.

Thompson is a Christian entertainer with 20 years of experience that performs clean comedy for corporate organizations, community events and churches.

According to Thompson’s website, “Every show is unique….Depending on each program’s objective, topics from salvation to discipline are taught. A wide variety of 30 to 90 minute presentations are available for single and multi-day special events.”

The website also provides a background on Thompson stating, “Over the years Mark has performed for some of the nation’s biggest celebrities, events and organizations such as: Disney Cruise Line, Microsoft, General Motors, Boeing, Venture Bank, Ambassador Gary Locke, Fisher Mills, Evergreen State Fair, Oregon State Fair, Orange County Fair, Maria Shriver-Schwarzenegger, Bob Barker, Gatlin Brothers, McDonald’s, King 5 TV Seattle, Viking Bank, Bill Gaither, AT&T, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Monsanto, Yakima Legends Casino, American West Bank, Washington State Bar Association, Paris Hilton family Christmas Party.”

The comedy event will be the last show hosted by the Tug Valley Arts Council for the 2015- 2016 season.

For more information about Mark Thompson visit www.markthompson.org.

Pictured above is ventriloquist Mark Thompson. Thompson is a Christian entertainer and will be performing at a comedy event hosted by the Tug Valley Arts Council on April 21 at Tug Valley High School.
http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_clean-comedy-12.jpgPictured above is ventriloquist Mark Thompson. Thompson is a Christian entertainer and will be performing at a comedy event hosted by the Tug Valley Arts Council on April 21 at Tug Valley High School.
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