Rene Bray and Michael Murillo

Thu, May 9, 2019
Fri, May 10, 2019
Sat, May 11, 2019
Sun, May 12, 2019

Rene Bray and Michael Murillo

with Michael Murillo

Rene Bray is a unique combination of flavors that is guaranteed to create a memorable experience. She saunters onto the stage with a shy smile, old fashion southern charm, and within 5 minutes, whether in a crowd of 50 or 5000, you'll feel as if you're at a party, listening to a long lost friend. She transforms crowds of strangers into temporary families while keeping all eyes and ears directed towards her. Rene manages to explain parts of her life and the lives of others with biting wit that almost, but not quite, covers up her inherent approachability.

Rene can roar like a lion or purr like a cat (sometimes both at once). Despite which version you are fortunate enough to witness, those that have seen her perform once want to see her again and again.

Rene’s diverse comedy career allows her to relate to any audience with grace and ease. She has appeared on Geraldo, Montel Williams, Jenny Jones, Rolando, and ABC’s 20/20. She has opened for recording artists Little Texas, Billy Ray Cyrus, Steppenwolf, KC and the Sunshine Band, The Redhot Chili Peppers, and REO Speedwagon, Air Supply, Barry White and Taylor Dane. She emcees for The Chippendale Dancers and the Suncoast Calendar Men. She has headlined over 500 comedy clubs in the US, Canada, and Caribbean Islands and was the first comedian to perform at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.

A top rated club comedian, Bray specializes in clean comedy for corporate sales meetings and events, country clubs, women's clubs, men's club's, fairs, and festivals. She is a much sought after emcee, toastmaster, and roastmaster. She prepares a customized show for each audience and is as hilarious as she is professional and courteous. Rene' Bray is one entertainer that will not disappoint.

Michael Murillo

Michael Murillo is a freelance writer and award-winning journalist who took to the stage a few years ago with a bit of wit, a lot of sarcasm and a smile. Since then he's opened for comedy vets such as Amy Schumer and Jake Johanssen, and has featured at comedy
clubs throughout Florida. His self-deprecating comedy tackles subjects you wouldn't normally discuss in polite company. But with a quirky, positive outlook, he entertains audiences with thoughtful material and clever wordplay.