Michelle Krajecki is a clean, Christian comedian based in the Chicago area. She cut her teeth at The Second City training center and was a finalist in The Clean Comedy Challenge. She also won The High Fiber Division of a local Chicago comedy competition. She has performed her comedy all over the country--from cruises to clubs, corporate and church events. Her comedy is perfect for any and all celebrations and events where comedy is needed.
"She's 'laugh-til-you-cry' funny!" Wheatland-Salem UMC
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 30 - 60 minutes
What to Expect
Your organization/church can expect a professional clean comedian with many years of doing varied events. I am able to work with the client to get a clear expectation of what THEY want and need. I am able to tailor my material for any event, whether it be a staff appreciation, women's themed event, etc.
Born and raised in Chicago, Michelle's comedy comes from her middle class, middle child views. She is a graduate of The Second City Training Center. She has taken classes at Zanies Comedy Clubs and taken many joke writing classes with giants in the comedy business. She began her comedy career after taking a speaking course with comedy legend Ken Davis. She is a long time member of The Christian Comedy Association. She has two grown children and lives with her husband in Chicago.
Additional Booking Notes
Comedy is pretty simple. I would like a raised platform (if possible), full on lighting and a microphone. I can also help you navigate these requirements if the event is at a hotel/conference center.
Microphone. Full lighting on the performing area.
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