For comedian Lee Hardin, standup comedy is something that should be enjoyed by everyone.
That is why it is important to him to bring quality comedy to theatrical venues nationwide for all ages to enjoy. He will be in Port Clinton at the Playmakers Civic Theatre on Saturday, Dec. at 8 p.m., an evening hosted by Kari Jones of Illinois, and also featuring local comedian Joe Binkley.
Hardin is a comedian based out of Murfreesboro, Tenn., performing standup for ten years. In that time, he has performed in comedy clubs, on film, released a Dry Bar Comedy Special and appeared on The Huckabee Show.
Don’t forget to wear your holiday sweater to the show!
Hardin’s unique point of view highlights his experiences growing up as an only child, dating and shopping at Goodwill. His energetic approach
engages audiences and keeps them laughing all night long.
Hardin’s obsession with comedy began early, watching comics every time they were on TV. Some of his early influences were Jerry Seinfeld, Sinbad and Jim Gaffigan. Seeing Jim Gaffigan perform live inspired Hardin to get on stage and tell jokes. He took a comedy course at Zanies in Nashville with comedian Rik Roberts. His 10-year career has allowed him to perform in clubs, churches and corporate events.
At the beginning of this year, he embarked on a new journey. He began booking venues interested in a night of clean comedy, a venture that has been a success. For more information about Hardin, visit leehardincomedy.com. You can also get details and tickets at pcplaymakers.org. Find out more about Hardin on Facebook and Instagram.