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Steve Brogan “Ventriloquist” at Masonic Theatre

Steve Brogan is a career “Comic Ventriloquist” and a major success in his profession. A versatile entertainer, he has the unique ability to script his shows to include audience participation. Steve Brogan and his “friends” perform nationwide for all types of events and on Friday, April 8th, he’ll be performing at the Historic Masonic Theatre, 7:30pm in Clifton Forge, VA. (Alleghany County)

Steve Brogan performs at Masonic Theatre in Clifton Forge, VA on Friday, April 8

Steve Brogan has received national awards for his work in ventriloquism and has appeared on Good Morning America, PBS, and The Fox Network, to name a few. Steve follows a history of ventriloquists in his family and has turned that childhood hobby into his occupation. “I feel very fortunate to be able to make people laugh for my living,” says Steve.  This laughter is brought about through several different ventriloquism characters in Steve’s shows as well as lots of audience participation.

He has been the opening act for Jerry Clower, Clarence Carter, The Dixie Chicks, The Eagles, The Temptations, Pete Fountain, The Georgia Satellites, The Tams, The Drifters, The Embers, The Entertainers, The Catalinas, The Moody Brothers, Jeff Carson, Bryan White, and Stephanie Bentley.

Brogan is one of the most respected names in ventriloquism and is one of the best in the business because he wants you to have the best entertainment possible. You’ll find that he is warm, friendly and truly shines on stage.

The Historic Masonic Theatre is located at 510 Main St in downtown Clifton Forge. While you’re in town, stop in Caffe Museo, America’s only antique grinder museum! Tickets are available at or by calling the box office at 540-862-5655.

– HashtagWV #141. April 2022.

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