Blue deals with humorous and serious sides of disorder
Josh Blue pokes fun at cerebral palsy for laughs, but he’s actually pretty serious about the neurological disorder he was born with.
Blue is active on the U.S. Paralympic Soccer Team and competed in the Paralympic Games in Athens. According to his bio at http://www.joshblue.com, Blue refuses to bow to any of the challenges that come with living with cerebral palsy.
“I realize that people are going to stare,” he jokes on his Web site, “so I want to give them something to stare at.”
Blue will bring his stand-up comedy routine back to Grand Junction on Saturday, March 27, at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St. Doors open at
8 p.m. and the show, for ages 18 and older, is at
The winner of season four of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” Blue tours cross country performing and showcasing his “incredible sense of humor and likability to defy stereotypes and encourage others to overcome their preconceived notions about people who are considered ‘disabled,’ according to his Web site bio.
Check out the Blue’s site for video clips and more information on his rise to comedic fame.
Tickets to the show at Mesa Theater and Club are $17 general admission or $22 VIP early entrance-first five rows. Tickets are online at http://www.ticketweb.com.
Call 241-1717 for information.
— Compiled by Tammy Gemaehlich