When: Thu., May 28, 7-9:30 p.m. 2015
Born in Spain to a Polish mother and Peruvian father, Daniel Tirado fits the bill as a multicultural guy performing with the Most Races Show on Earth (MRSOE), a group of comedians from different ethnicities, cultures, religions, and sexual orientations. MRSOE has been making trips to Charleston since the 2012 Charleston Comedy Festival, and Tirado has performed as part of the group and as a solo feature act. Tirado loves performing in Charleston and he’s excited to be back this Thursday where he will perform as part of what he refers to as a re-defined MRSOE. “A few years back it was more popular to underline [ethnic] differences, but it’s really irrelevant. We’re all brought together by comedy. We’re all kinda the same in shitty situations,” says Tirado. He’s a new dad and we can only imagine that his work is inspired by the exhaustion of being a stay-at-home dad and full time comedian. He’s already making us laugh explaining the thought process behind having kids. “My wife is Japanese Egyptian so when I met her I felt like I had no choice, we had to have babies. We wanted to create a superhero,” he says.