Drew Letchworth -A Uniquely Gifted Specialty Entertainer.
"Letchworth is one of the funniest people to be seen onstage. The man is laughter itself." - Peninsula Times Tribune
As an Entertainer, Actor, Writer, Director & Improviser... Drew is involved in all forms of comic presentation.
He has appeared in featured roles in the movies:
The Right Stuff.
and yes Howard The Duck.
Drew has developed a wonderfully unique and ever-evolving set of characters and routines, suitable for parties and events, enormous or intimate.
Drew's unique comic acts and routines include:
Madam ForTuna Fischi -Cross dressing Bogus Clairvoyant.
Impazdor DALI -Surreal Digital Caricaturist.
Captain Buddy Hoser -Emcee, Guest Speaker and New Age Fitness Guru.
Sergei Yusyor Napkiin -Emcee, Maitre "D" and Personal Servant.
-And a Host Of Others.
"He's a show unto himself, a resourceful man of a thousand funny faces, blessed with a naturally comic mug with a nutcracker profile and a fine lunatic flair." S.F. Chronicle
Drew Letchworth spent eleven years as a member of the infamous San Francisco comedy troupe, Fratelli Bologna who revolutionized the Bay Area's party and event community with their aggressive and ground breaking comic approaches to Corporate, Convention and Party Entertainment.
Fratelli Bologna was also an award winning hot bed of comic theater. Drew co-authored and performed in five full-length comedy plays, most notably The Weber Family Christmas and The Bologna Medea; as well as numerous shorter routines.
The Weber Family Christmas achieved legendary cult status in San Francisco.
"Holiday entertainment that entertains on just about every level Possible." S.F. Examiner
"It's the actors' remarkable gift for improvisation and interplay with the audience that makes the piece so unforgettable and enjoyable." Dramalogue
The "Bolognas" were the first ever troupe of actors to improvise on the streets of Disneyland. Though often chastised for their antics, they soon won over the Disney Brass and were hired to train others to "do what you do".
Letchworth keeps the audience howling with laughter.
Drew has also appeared in other theatrical productions, most notably in the "title" role of Charley's Aunt for the American Conservatory Theater. Drew's performance landed him on the S.F. Chronicle's 10 best theatrical performances of 1992.
"He's a joy to watch; indeed, you can see the play reflected in his face, in his reactions. If farce is to have a chance, the actor must be as funny as the concept, so not any comic actor will do, and Letchworth is not any actor as his character is yanked to and fro in the inane tug of war that ensues." S.F. Chronicle
Drew wrote and Directed Pirates for S.F.'s Make-A-Circus in 1994. The production toured California that summer. Drew remains active with the San Francisco Circus community as Teacher, Director and Ring Master.
In the past eight years Drew has collaborated with numerous Event Planners, Producers, Caterers, Corporations and Individuals in shaping a wide variety of events.