This year Renard Hirsch is doing a big comedy show for his birthday at Zanies. Renard’s Birthday Bash will find Hircsh performing alongside his good friends B Cole from Chicago and some local favorites. The show is Thursday, August 14.
Hirsch is usually on the road three to four weeks out of the month, and he says people in Nashville frequently ask him when he’s “going to do something in town?” So he teamed up with Zanies to produce a big show for the summer. His Birthday Bash is what they came up with.
The show features B Cole, who has appeared on Def Comedy Jam, Comic View, and Who’s Got Jokes; Brian Covington better know as ‘B Cov’ (always funny with good energy about him); Ron Ron Moseley; Brad Hinderliter; and Zach Boog. Tickets are only $10 (but keep in mind Zanies also has a two-item minimum—so bring more money). They available now at . The show is Thursday, August 14, with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Showtime is at 7:30 pm.
Check out Renard at <www.renardcomedy.com>, or follow him on twitter @renardcomedy or on instagram @Renardtresvant.
Renard Hirsch talks comedy
This year has been really busy for Renard, known as ‘Red.’ Here’s what he recently told the Nashville PRIDE:
“I just finished taping a comedy TV pilot with Nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show called Uncontrolled Comedy, which was produced my Matt Barnes (Los Angeles Clippers) and Gloria Govan (Basketball Wives),” said Hirsch.
“I now have a standing gig at the Atlantis Hotel and Casino in the Bahamas for two weeks every year, and I have been working a lot of clubs in Florida lately. Anytime my agent calls with a show close to the water, I tell them book me immediately! I am also still doing a lot of churches and church events, birthday parties, family reunions, divorces—lol! Whatever!
I absolutely love what I do and I love putting smiles on people’s faces. If there is something everybody needs its love and laughter. That is what I try to put into the universe. I also love traveling and meeting new people. There is beauty everywhere if you take the time to look.
“There is nothing like being home in Nashville and getting some Prince’s, lingering through McKay’s books, hanging out at the WKND, or a relaxing evening at the Farmer’s Market. I couldn’t do what I do without the support of my family and friends and all the people nationwide that look out for me. I just want to make my family and my city proud since I carry Nashville with me wherever I go. “I have done a few commercials and am working on doing some more voiceover work. Studying theatre at TSU made theatre my first love and brought me into the entertainment field, so I still try to do some when my schedule allows.”