Scott Hansen at the Litchfield VFW
October 20,2012 8PM
"Scott Hansen's ranking at the top of Minnesotans' favorite comedians is as perenial as pumpkins are in October. A favorite of Jay Leno, he's a master craftsman of comedy, building a seemingly endless line of clever original jokes!"Colin Covert - Minneapolis Startribune
Scott Hansen has made over a million people laugh with numerous successful national TV appearances. His thousands of hilarious joke-filled live performances have set attendance records at comedy clubs and corporate events nationwide.
Scott has made listeners laugh on over 500 radio stations and is currently featured on XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. Scott is a regular fixture on KQRS-FM that is America's top-rated FM Morning Show.
Creatively, Scott has written comedy material performed on the"Tonight Show" or "Letterman" by Jay Leno, Louie Anderson, Tom Arnold ,Roseanne Barr. and many more! His reputation has earned him a spot appearing in concert with comedy superstars Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld and Drew Carey.
Scott is critically acclaimed and has been dubbed the, "King of Twin Cities Comedy" by staff writer Bob Protzman for the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
When Scott Hansen gets on stage, the audience knows within an instant that they are not watching television. The crowd readily realizes it is going to be a one-of-a- kind comedy experience.
"Hansen is a giant of a man and a mountain of a comedian" reviewed the St Paul Pioneer Press. And this "super-sized" comic takes stage with a teddy bear demeanor, which draws the unsuspecting crowd into his whimsical world
Scott has a unique way of dealing with a live audience that seems above suspicion. Innocent and casual, his repartee is like talkingwith a neighbor over the fence as he grills a cheeseburger.
Somehow, Scott is able to build a camaraderie that sets the crowd at ease. Maybe it's that impish smile that tricks you into trusting him. Maybe it's the way Scott laughs at his own foibles, that lulls you into
a false sense of security. Some viewers try to maintain their silence, but within a few moments, even the most stubborn audience is a part of Scotts' show.
Scott doesn't force jokes. He conducts a comedic therapy session where the audience laughs at itself. How does this happen?
Is it comedy...... or some kind of a trick?
It's comedy. Award winning, critically acclaimed, LIVE, comedy!