Brad Tassell

Brad Tassell

Photos by Nikki Artale

If you want to spend an afternoon feeling good and feeling happy, then head out to the Royal House in Las Vegas to see the comedy of Brad Tassell. Brad headlines his show, called Comic Therapy that makes the audience feel good. It is very evident of how much he loves his wife and daughter as he talks about family and about life.

As you enter the showroom you will see Brad Tassell mingling and talking with everyone, putting them at ease and making a connection with the audience before the show starts. He asks everyone to get a Thera-cookie and paint a picture on it with colored icings, which he later will analyze and interpret and tell them about themselves from the artistry.

I would pay attention to what Brad is saying because not only is he a gifted author and comedian, he is finishing up a Masters in Counseling and Gifted Education at Western Kentucky University. He brings all this knowledge into his show which is funny and enlightening at the same time. His singing and guitar playing is very good and he holds the audience’s attention the entire 60 minutes of the show.

Brad has been a stand up comedian for 23 years and eight of those years he was a favorite on the Carnival Cruise Lines. He said by working with Carnival all those years, he was able to be a stay at home dad which he loved and it made a big difference in his life with his family.

Brad has been seen with Jay Leno, Tim Allen, Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy, to name a few. Brad is known as the clean comedian and puts on a great show for children. He loves children and has visited over 100 schools and spoke to them about his award winning best selling novel “Don’t Feed the Bully”. The book teaches important lessons about bullying and at the same time it is very funny and entertaining. It is the story of Hannibal Greatneck lll who must deal with the bully problem at the elementary school he is enrolled in. The information in the book helps students to use their intelligence in dealing with and overpowering the bullies.

I recommend you go to see Brad Tassell at the Royal House on Convention Center Drive for an afternoon of sheer joy and laughter. His show starts at 2:00 pm everyday.


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