Have you ever worn business attire on casual Friday? What about showing up underdressed or even overdressed to an event? It definitely can leave you uncomfortable and be the reason behind a few confused stares.
Comedian Prebie Preb delivers some of the best medicine …laughter! However, as funny as he is, he takes his comedic act serious!
He is conscious about his position on stage, the audience he is performing for, and what he wears. He wants to make sure to dress for the occasion but not take away from his performance. When he walks off the stage, he wants you to remember his act and not what he has on.
Performing since he was 16 years old, he has perfected his technique of taking real life situations and shining a humourous light on them. He has always enjoyed making people laugh but also admits that getting up in front of an audience and making them laughs can be one of the hardest things to do.
When you think about a comedian’s performance, it’s easy to underestimate the time and energy that has to be put into getting and remaining in a positive and confident space in order to connect with their audience.
Comedian Prebie Preb revealed that he goes into what he calls the “Preb Zone” at least one day before the performance.
He described the Preb Zone as time of seclusion to clear his mind using prayer and meditation to enrich his spirit because he realizes that comedy isn’t something that can be taught but that it’s a gift.
After auditioning for BET’s 106th & Park, Tyler Perry’s casting call, and most recently performing in the Night of Love at El Portal Theater in North Hollywood, CA he headed for New Jersey where he performed 4 shows at Atlantic City’s Tropicana but for those in KC, you can see him live this Wednesday at the JukeHouse in the 18th & Vine district at 8pm.