If you’ve been anywhere near social media lately, chances are you have had the good fortune to stumble across Rodney Norman’s stream of consciousness.
Rodney has a way of clarifying just about everything imaginable, including learning from your mistakes, explanations for what is going on in the world, how to find a good relationship, how to be a cool person, achieving complete and total enlightenment, coping with the COVID shutdowns, how to tell if you’re a stupid person, accomplishing things, dealing with anxiety and depression… and so much more!
Now that you’ve survived 2020, Rodney is the breath of fresh air you’ve been looking for to help put life back in perspective. A comedian, therapist, life coach, former marine, actor, motivational speaker, internet sensation, and the philosopher you never knew you needed, Rodney will be providing Alaskans an evening of solid entertainment. Appropriate for all audiences, and sure to leave you chuckling, even days later.
Coming to Denali Harley-Davidson in the Valley on May 1st. Presented by MATSU Events.
May 1, 2021
Hyer Road & Parks Highway
Show proceeds are going to help support Battle Dawgs, a nonprofit organization with the mission of empowering our Nation’s heroes through therapeutic and exciting experiences by harnessing the natural splendor of Alaska’s landscape and the majestic healing power of sled dogs.
Rodney Norman will keep you laughing with hysterical insights of his daily journey into understanding the world. Rodney makes the simple things in life seem complex and strange and the complex and strange seem normal and common place. Having entertained audiences around the US with his unique point of view, he is the winner of the Rhode Island Comedy Festival and has been featured at the Boston Comedy Festival. From raising kids, serving in the Marine Corps and studying philosophy, Rodney has a little bit of everything for everybody. His style is inviting, captivating, smart, and clean. Rated PG.
$25 in advance, $30 at the door
Arrive early – seating is limited
Masks and hand sanitizing stations available
Stay home if sick