Tiny Glover brings his crowd-pleasing, "clean" comedy to Penn State Harrisburg Wednesday, Jan. 24.
The performance by the veteran comedian is free and open to the public at 9:30 p.m. in the Community Center of the student housing complex east of Olmsted Building on campus.
Born and raised in Rochester, N.Y., Kenneth "Tiny" Glover has been doing stand-up comedy at colleges around the nation for more than five years and has been performing for 12 years. He got his start and his nickname in college at Brockport State University when he took his chances doing stand-up comedy at open-mike nights and clubs in the area.
Glover is known for his quick wit, improvisation, and spontaneous routines as he interacts with the audience. He believes in doing "clean comedy" and lists Bill Cosby, Bob Newhart, and the late Flip Wilson among his mentors.