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Devin Siebold

Comedian

Devin Siebold is a comedy force to be reckoned with. Devin was the 2015 iHeartMedia Monster’s in the Morning ‘Comedian of the Year,’ won the Boston World Series of Comedy, appeared on Laughs on FOX, won Side Splitters Comedian of the Year 2014, been selected for Comedy Central Up Next, Florida Top 10 College Picks, and a semi-finalist in Florida’s Funniest Comedian.

Devin delivers an endless supply of intelligent, clean humor that appeals to all demographics. He has a unique wit-filled style to his delivery and will leave audiences engaged and rolling with laughter. He prides himself on being highly original and thought provoking and pulls material from his unbelievable past dating experience, love of theme parks, and spending his past 10 years as a middle/high school teacher in Florida.

He has opened for Peter Cetera, Gilbert Gottfried, Pauly Shore, Nick DiPaolo, Adam Ferrara, Loni Love, Chris D’Elia, Ralphie May, and many others. He tours nationally and works all the major comedy club brands in the US. Devin has headlined many private communities and had the pleasure of performing corporate events for the annual meetings of Clinicon, Narcotics Anonymous, and headlining the National Firefighters Convention in Indianapolis.


The Orlando Gay Chorus (OGC)

…is one of the largest mixed gay choirs in the country. Founded on Valentine’s Day in 1990, OGC has been a fixture in the Central Florida area for over 27 years. In addition to the full chorus, OGC has four small ensembles that perform at the annual concerts and cabarets, as well as at community and private events: OUTLOUD!, the oldest running ensemble; Nothin’ But Treble, the all-female ensemble; Menage, the jazz ensemble; and Spectrum, the mixed ensemble.

As part of the Central Florida Arts Community, the Orlando Gay Chorus often performs at Come Out With Pride, Orlando Museum of Art “Festival of Trees” and World AIDS Day memorial services. In addition to their three major concerts in December, April, and May, they present three smaller cabaret concerts; “OGC UNCUT Cabaret” each October, “Love Is…” around Valentine’s Day, and OGC’s “A Lotta Night Music” at the end of June each year.

“We, the men and women of the chorus, now 100+ strong and comprised of gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender individuals, feel thankful to be able to carry on our mission and vision. Our musical artistry speaks directly to our pride in ourselves and offers the world a chance to see beyond headlines and contentious social issues to build bridges of understanding and love.”