On Saturday night, he will.
It's the latest in an effort by Hub City Comedy, owned by
Best known as the voice the of
His schedule is relentless. He squeezes in at least two live shows per month between television appearances.
"I fly back from
Comedians typically spend months honing their routines, first coming up with jokes then trying them in front of different audiences to find a universal laugh, but Gleib's approach is unique in that he prefers to interact with his audiences and let the performance grow organically.
For most people, the idea of being on stage without any clear idea of what you're supposed to do is paralyzing, but for Gleib it's the fuel that keeps him going.
"I started in the very beginning with super-scripted bits, written word for word," he said. "Now, it's always unique and I like to find something new and work around the crowd. It's like a highwire act, your fear of falling in the moment will push you to think of funny ways to make your point."
Working around the crowd is kind of a loaded phrase. If you're near the front, odds are he's going to poke fun at you.
"If you sit in the front of my audience you better be able to take a joke, they'll definitely be coming at you," he said.
Gleib will be the headliner during the event Saturday night, which will be hosted by
Tickets are available online at hubcitycomedy.com for
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