Mike E. Winfield (The Office, Letterman) at Rooster T. Feathers
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The last date listed for Comedian Mike E. Winfield was Sunday August 18, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club
- Full Price:
- $14.00 - $22.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $11.00
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Featured review from Maja
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My husband and I had a great evening, thanks guys! We laughed a lot and didn't see the time go by (approx 2h show). There were 4 different comedians, 3 of which were really funny, the forth was so-so. Mike was great. Wasn't expensive either. We bought tickets the same day and got them half the price but even full price would have been ok.
The location, Rooster T Feathers is a bar where you sit at small tables around the scene. I'd say most tables have a good view, ours was perfect. Good venue. However the cocktails were really mediocre. I believe you have to buy 2 items per person. Snacks were cheap but we didn't have any so I cannot rate their quality.
Mike E Winfield grew up in the inner city of Baltimore, MD. In his years of school, his teachers always selected him as the master of ceremonies despite his shy demeanor. The confidence to be in front of large groups was created. Later he discovered he could share his humor, in the likings of a college speech class in Sacramento, California, unintentionally. He shared speeches daily. There was nothing humorous written within these speeches, but he somehow seemed to entertain students and staff in a comedic fashion, and that’s when he realized he had the gift. The local open mic was once a week on Tuesdays and he never missed a night, often putting other aspects of his life to the side.
When you see him, you can’t help but smile along with him and despite a tough road, countless performances have earned him appearances such as HBO Canada’s_ Funny as Hell,_ Comedy Central’s _Live At Gotham, _ BET’s Comic View_, and made his network television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman_. In 2011, Mike joined the cast of NBC’s The Office. He’s a clear example of where hard work collides with something special.