Our only South Sound show takes place at the beautiful Washington Center for the Performing Arts AKA “The Center” in downtown Olympia. Come for the artesian well, stay for the comedy!
Note: tickets are going fast. . .
The Washington Center presents a season of national and international touring artists from a broad spectrum of genres and styles and we’re proud to be part of that season. The Washington Center is South Puget Sound’s largest performing arts facility, is committed to providing a wide variety of entertainment and cultural activities for the residents of five counties. Located in the heart of Washington State’s capital city, The Center has become a community gathering place, providing a focus for the performing arts unique to the region.
Duane Goad is a Canadian born, Seattle based comedian who has entertained audiences all over the U.S. and Canada.
He has appeared at numerous festivals including Funny or Die’s Oddball Comedy Festival, The Las Vegas Comedy Festival, The Bumbershoot Arts Festival and The Vancouver Comedy Festival. As an opening act, Duane has shared the stage with some of the top comics in the business including Jim Gaffigan, Bill Burr, Flight of the Conchords and Lewis Black. Duane also had a childhood dream come true when he was selected to open for music superstars The Jacksons on their ‘Unity Tour’.
As an actor, Duane has been seen and heard in a number of commercials including The FX Network, Gillette Razors, Ford and Microsoft. He co-starred in the independent comedy ‘Hello. My Name is Dick Licker’ and the short film ’80s Ending’ seen on the Comedy Central series ‘Atom Films Presents…’ Northwest television audiences may recognize Duane from his appearances on the wildly popular Seattle-based sketch comedy show ‘The 206’.