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Mitch Factor is one of the top Indian comedians in the United States. Mitch has performed for thousands over the last ten years from Anchorage Alaska to Germany and most of Indian country. The fast pace and high energy comedy of Mitch Factor is a breath of fresh air and simply something new. His topics include children, relationships, teachers, getting older and Indian way of life. His comedy also includes original characters such as "Joseph From Up Nort" who sings an original blues song titled "Fry Bread Momma, Why Did You Sit On my Dog and Kill Him?" and "Garage Sale Babe". Mitch has performed for National Indian conferences, casinos, Indian music festivals, POW WOWs, Indian Head Start programs, Indian banquets and private corperate events across the United States.
Mitch Factor is a Seminole and Menominee Indian who was born the youngest of ten and raised in Oklahoma. Mitch has also been involved in Indian Head Start since the early ninties and has served as a teacher as well as an education manager of Head Start. Mitch performs comedy simply because he loves to see people laugh together.
Team Building Testimonials
“Mitch Factor came out to our community and a provided a top notch training session for our employees. The feedback from the community was undeniably positive. Surviving a night in a Motel with no heat in a town reminiscent of a movie set, high in the mountains of New Mexico, Mitch still showed up on time with tremendous enthusiasm. The comedy set later that night brought in over 400 people, all wiggling in their seats in a hysterical frenzy.”
-Robert Lawrence, Alamo Navajo Indian Reservation, New Mexico
Thank you providing the Muckleshoot Head Start staff with an enjoyable and informative training. There were several “Ahhh” moments for many of them. The “Team Building Training,” was fun, relaxing and very engaging for all for all participants. They would like to make this training an annual event. We saw immediate results in the demeanor of the staff when they returned to work. Thanks, again!
--- Maria Wilson Program Manager
CHR Conference Attendees
· Really enjoyed Mitch, we need more of this type of classes!
· Mitch was really good! Great, Great!
· Mitch was fun and entertaining but he was also gave me some good information and made me think about taking care of myself.
· The conference was good and Mitch was very good, he made me laugh so hard, ha ha. I have not laughed like that in so long. I came to the conference all stressed out but no more! Thanks
· I laughed so hard at the baguette and really enjoyed myself, we all need this type of stress relief and we can all relate to a Native American entertainer, especially from Oklahoma roots.
Cyndi Gilks, Manager
President Of the Oklahoma Area Association of CHRs
Creek Nation Community Health Representative Program
711 W. Parkway Dr.
Mount Vernon, Wa 98273
Phone: (360) 416-8208