Trixx “Mistrial” Comedy Show a Big Hit
|September 23, 2010||Filled under Entertainment, Profiles||
There is one word that defines Toronto comedian Frankie “Trixx” Agyemang … hilarious. At his recent stand up show “Another Mistrial” at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts – Trixx had the packed house in stitches. The two-hour show jumped off with host veteran comedian Jean Paul; the opening acts Patrick Haye (Toronto) and Sterling Scott (Edmonton) warmed up the audience, along with DJ Reddy Fox who spun a nice selection of tunes.
Then Trixx hit the stage… his storytelling ability held the audience captive for over an hour – anecdotes about Canada’s Wonderland, growing up in an African family, poking fun at today’s pop culture, reminiscing about old-school games were just a few themes on his extensive roster of jokes. Dipping into various characters to deliver the tales had the crowd wanting more of his raw wit.
In his early thirties, this natural entertainer is one of Canada’s next generation of “up and coming” comedians who is definitely a force to be reckoned with. People of all ages, sexes and religions will enjoy his engaging style; Trixx is relevant – he is the “voice of the times.”
Follow Trixx and his upcoming performances at www.trixxworld.com/site/