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Joy and laughter with comedian Tom Papa and hall of fame game inventor Jeffrey Breslow

This comedian and game inventor share what it’s like to have a dream job and live a life of play.

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Comedian Tom Papa, known for his podcast "Breaking Bread" and his most recent Netflix special "You're Doing Great!", talks with us about his career as a comedian, being mentored by Jerry Seinfeld, and his process of crafting a joke.

Join Tom for "An Evening with Tom Papa," on October 7, 2022, at 7:30pm CT at the Cullen Theater, Wortham Center in Houston. For more information on this Performing Arts Houston production, click here.

We also talk with Toy Industry Hall of Famer, Jeffrey Breslow, who developed of so many classic toys and board games such as Ants in the Pants, Uno Attack!, Operation, Simon, Guesstures, and many more. He discusses his new memoir, "A Game Maker's Life," which details his career and gives insight on the toy industry.

Guests:

Tom Papa

Comedian, Actor, Producer, Writer

 

Jeffrey Breslow

Toy & Game Inventor

Author, "A Game Maker's Life"

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