"At the age of 14, I was dragged from the streets of Brooklyn and thrown onto a yellow bus"
About Stevie GB:
Stevie has perfromed on stage as a comedian and an actor since 1991. He has been featured regularly in Newsday, and on News12. He was the winner of the Huntington Arts Council Laff-Off, voted 3rd favorite Long Island comedian in the LI Press. As a playwright, Stevie has had 12 of his plays produced in NYC. His full-length musical, Vampires Suck, The Musical was featured in two Off-Broadway Festivals. Recently, Stevie was seen as Groucho Marx in the hit play "Groucho, A Life In Revue" which sold out across Long Island in 2011. His one man show, Welcome To Lawn Guyland, has been a hit so far. It's about his life as a middle aged married man in suburbia, and his journey from East Flatbush to East Islip at 14 years old.
What People had to say about "Welcome To Lawn Guyland"
"You nailed the entire 'Brooklyn in the 60's' experience"
"Every single thing you said about Long Island is 100% true and hilarious"
"I have to bring a diaper next time because I peed my pants"
"Wonderful and Inspiring"
"Thank you for a wonderful evening"
" I was impressed that you don't use vulgarities or insult the audience"
"Not a typical stand up comedian. I brought my Grandmother and I never felt uncomfortable. I am 23 and she is 70 and we both laughed at the same things. Excellent"