Trefzger incorporates audience participation into her show that features a trunk full of zany characters including a drunken but lovable camel, a grumpy old man and a feisty little girl, and some audience members also will wind up on stage, said Paul Lormand, director of the Bardo Arts Center.
Trefzger has received many awards and nominations for awards during her 30-year career in show business, including being named “Funniest Female” by Campus Activities Magazine. She has performed around the world for corporations, colleges and theaters, and on cruise ships.
Singer is a specialist in physical comedy and audience interplay. “He’s a man who, perhaps as a young boy riding his horsey stick in the driveway, had an important, lifealtering realization: ‘Now, this is what I need to do when I grow up,’” Lormand said.