Comedian Angelo Tsarouchas performing at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Troy. MI. Photo: Nick Phillips
NEW YORK – Greek-Canadian comedian Angelo Tsarouchas continues to entertain the Greek community across North America. Among his latest stops were shows at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Troy, MI, and at the Melrose Ballroom in Astoria, NY.
Besides being a world-class mainstream comedian and actor, Tsarouchas also performs a tailor-made show based on his Greek origins and upbringing in the diaspora.
He has performed his PG, family-friendly comedy show for Greek Church fundraisers, AHEPA, Greek community special events, and many other Greek organizations worldwide.
Tsarouchas has also hosted the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, has performed at the Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival annual event and served as the Master of Ceremonies at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the Greek America Foundation Gabby Awards with such celebrities as Olympia Dukakis, Glykeria, and Anna Vissi in attendance. Tsarouchas has also worked with famous Greek singers including Antonis Remos, Giannis Ploutarhos, Sakis Rouvas, and Marinella. His keen and hilarious observations of Greek life have kept him in constant demand.
Upcoming tour dates for Tsarouchas include January 15 at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, GA, February 2 in Columbus, OH for tickets: 614-774-9245, and February 3 in Warren, OH for tickets: 330-770-0271.
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