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One of the most innovative comedians around, Elizardi

Castro uses language and culture to create humor that

appeals to audiences of all ages. He has written and

performed ten one-man shows including "Made in

Puerto Rico" which ran Off-Broadway for seven sold out



His critically acclaimed shows have been reviewed and

recommended by numerous publications including the

Chicago Sun-Times and the Orlando Sentinel. His shows have also been featured on ABC's The View; Telemundo's Emmy-winning morning show, Un Nuevo Dia; Fox's Good Day New York, WGN-TV, and the Univision network, among others. He also won "Best Stand Up" at the acclaimed United Solo Festival in NYC.

Elizardi's performances have been seen in colleges, universities and theatres throughout the country, including Yale University, University of Central Florida and

Northwestern University Law School, as well as The New Jersey Performing Arts Center and The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. He has also performed for various organizations and corporations, including the GOYA Corp., G.E. and the U.S. Census.

Before following his dream to become a stand-up

comedian, Elizardi worked as a prosecutor and ran his

own law firm where he worked as a criminal defense

attorney. He was a licensed attorney in Florida, Illinois and

New York. He also holds a Master's Degree in

Communications, along with a Bachelor's Degree in





U.S. Census

U.S. Railroad Retirement Board

Chicago Police Memorial Foundation

U.S. Federal Prison

Charisma Medi

Yale University

University of Connecticut

University of Central Florida

Binghamton University

Emerson College

MacCormac College

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Skidmore College

Northwestern University School of Law

St. Augustine College

Austin Peay State University

Orlando Shakespeare Theatre

Orlando Repertory Theatre

The Longwarf Theatre

The Klein Memorial Auditorium

White Plains Performing Arts Center

The Playgroup Theatre

SAK Comedy Club

Killeen Arts and Activities Center

Latino Cultural Center in Dallas

Chicago Center for the Performing Arts

Stahl Family Theatre

The Athenaeum Theatre

The Copernicus Center

The Portage Theatre

The Vittum Theatre

The Playground Theatre

Crossroads Theatre

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