Susan's braved weather, traffic, and speed traps throughout the midwest to bring her edgy, honest comedy to the stage. Don't be fooled by her "PTA Mom" appearance - she can take a sailor down a peg or two. Her philosophy about comedy is simple: "the truth doesn't have to hurt; it's also not G-rated." Paradoxically, what's most refreshing about her approach is that she doesn't use her disregard for the G-rating as a license to be crude. "I'm an adult, people in the audience are adults - we can talk about grown-up stuff without being overly graphic or nasty about it. On the other hand, if you're an adult who freaks out over a little cuss word here or there, I don't know what to tell you - maybe 'get well soon?'"
After a decade of snorting chalk dust in the Pacific Northwest, Susan moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Double-dared to take the stage during Open-Mic Night at a local comedy club, she made some people laugh and has been hooked ever since. Susan was a finalist in last year's Oklahoma's Funniest Person Contest.
Susan Freeman, composer of inappropriate songs for children and rockstar-wannabe, performing her latest masterpiece for an audience in Oklahoma.
Bit about kids' games and bit about racism jokes.
Bit about former teaching career.