The Bonkerz Seal of Approval
Google defines Seal of Approval as a status or a recognition given to a product, service, or concept that meets certain criteria created by an organization or person.
The Bonkerz Seal of Approval is required before any comic can work for Bonkerz. These requirements include a commitment to professionalism, as well as providing a great experience for the audience. Bonkerz’ comics are given an itinerary for each venue that outlines show times, content requirements, contact information, lodging details and even a minimum time frame they must appear at the venue before the show.
Bonkerz’ comics typically work multiple Bonkerz venues every year. Some of our headlining comedians work as much as half of their calendar year just working for us. Their actions at each of our venues relates to their employment at all of our venues. Doing a good job in one location is how they earn the opportunity to work all of our locations. The converse is also true, so you can rest assured that the Bonkerz Seal of Approval is not easily earned and something that comics must maintain in order to perform at any and all Bonkerz locations.
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Nathan was the only child running around the playground shouting the “Seven Dirty Words You Can’t Say On Television.” Thus, began his comedy career.
Where it Started
Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nathan also started his comedy career in the Big Cheese State. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in English, as a result, Nathan realized he was unemployable. One open mic later and a career in comedy began.
An Accomplished Comedian
Since those bright beginnings, Nathan has accomplished many things. He has recorded five comedy CDs, in which he receives regular airplay on Sirius/XM radio, and has been a guest on the Bob & Tom Show. Not to mention he has traveled overseas to perform for American troops. He has been to Iraq and Afghanistan. He performs at comedy clubs around the country. Ranging from Buffalo to Albuquerque and Colorado Springs to Baltimore.