Michael Jr. views laughter as the “tangible evidence of hope.” It’s this unique perspective on comedy that sets him apart from his colleagues and allows him to be just as comfortable appearing on late night television as he is in juvenile halls and homeless shelters. Michael calls it comedy accountability.    Recently, Love Out Loud together with the New Canaan Society and a collective of churches brought Michael Jr. to a community concert at St. Peter's on Friday, April 24. 1,500 people from all across the city attended this free concert.      CLICK HERE  to check out one of the videos produced by Love Out Loud for the evening that highlights the value of racial reconciliation that was a driving force for the event.    To catch a glimpse of Michael's comedy, go to  michaeljr.com/videos

Michael Jr. views laughter as the “tangible evidence of hope.” It’s this unique perspective on comedy that sets him apart from his colleagues and allows him to be just as comfortable appearing on late night television as he is in juvenile halls and homeless shelters. Michael calls it comedy accountability.

Recently, Love Out Loud together with the New Canaan Society and a collective of churches brought Michael Jr. to a community concert at St. Peter's on Friday, April 24. 1,500 people from all across the city attended this free concert.

CLICK HERE to check out one of the videos produced by Love Out Loud for the evening that highlights the value of racial reconciliation that was a driving force for the event.

To catch a glimpse of Michael's comedy, go to michaeljr.com/videos