At the Vancouver Playhouse
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Gus Johnson: Here I come
Previously scheduled for Feb 7: Now cancelled.
"As many of you know, I’ve spent the past few months on a creative hiatus so I could prioritize personal reflection and mental health. Because of this, I haven’t had adequate time to make the show I feel my fans deserve. While I’m sorry to say I’m canceling my 2022 tour, I feel confident that, with some more time, I’ll be able to bring you all a bigger and better show that’ll tour in 2023. Thank you so much for showing up for me. I love you all, and I’m looking forward to creating a show you’ll love. Can’t wait to see you next year." Gus
Gus is boy who make comedy. Born Gustav Emil Johnson, this comedian, filmmaker, and musician is best known for his sketch comedy on YouTube which he began in 2010 with his first video, “Ian's Song”. His first viral video “How To Get Free Food From Subway” garnered over 2.4 million views. Gus released two music album Lighting Rods and Leaky Roofs 2015, and Champagne Seats in 2016. In 2017, he started a podcast with friend and fellow YouTuber Eddy Burback titled OK I’ll Talk. The two later moved to Los Angeles and created a new show, The Gus & Eddy Podcast. In 2019, Johnson received a nomination at the 11th Shorty Awards for Best YouTube Comedian.
CrankGameplays Presents: I Have to Do This Show. One man's journey of a show that he had to do. At the Vancouver Playhouse May 27, 2022.MAY 27