His talk will include elements from his stand-up comedy routine and many images from his award-winning cartoon feature, Bizarro.
Questions, discussion, a “meet-n-greet,” and book signing will follow his presentation.
Piraro first published his internationally syndicated comic feature, Bizarro, in 1986. He has also published 14 books. Bizarro has won numerous awards including an unprecedented three consecutive “Best Panel” awards from the National Cartoonists Society.
Internationally syndicated cartoonist Dan Piraro discusses his humorous journey to veganism on Thursday, April 22, at 7 p.m. at the Kaunoa Senior Center near Pā‘ia Town.
Since 2002, he has sporadically toured the U.S. with his one-man stand-up comedy show called “The Bizarro Boloney Show.” The show’s debut in the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival was voted “Best Solo Show,” and The New York Times called it “… a shrewd tour of a cartoonist’s imagination… wildly applauded.”
Admission is free. Talks are structured for adult-level audiences. Childcare will not provided.