Nardos Osterhart was born in Africa and moved to America when she was five. She has been juggling two worlds ever since. In her one woman show, Nardos tells touching stories from her past in a humorous way, and ends her performance with a standup set that helped her win 2013's Funniest Person in Grand Rapids.
Presented by LaughFest. Gilda’s LaughFest, the nation’s first-ever community-wide festival of laughter, has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the nation’s marquee events for both participants and artists. This major 10- day Midwest festival is based in Grand Rapids and includes events throughout West Michigan. Created by Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids and launched in March 2011 to celebrate laughter for the health of it, the festival features stand-up, improv, film, showcases, and a variety of seriously funny stuff. All proceeds from LaughFest benefit the programs offered through Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids, a free community with a comprehensive program of education, structured sharing times, networking, lectures, workshops, and social activities designed to support emotional health.
Contains some adult language.
Video Production by Wealthy Theatre & GRTV