Pennsylvania College of Technology will bring yet another young and talented comedian to the stage. This time, Nore Davis, a fast-rising star in the comedy world, will perform at the college. Davis claims to be "edgy and clean," telling it like is.
"The young refreshing face of comedy, delivers an energetic performance filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines, combined with an amazing stage presence," his bio on his website, nore davis.com, says.
His style of comedy is tailored to real life experiences that many can relate to.
Nore Davis will visit the Pennsylvania College of Technology at 8 p.m. Sept. 6. Davis has been featured the MTV?shows “Yo Momma,” “Nick Cannon presents HATIN?on ’09” and “Kiss and Tell: The Do’s and Don’ts of Dating.”
"I love to bring the audience into my world and let them know who I am," Davis said.
"What weird and crazy situations I have been through, so they can get to know me."
Hailing from Yonkers, N.Y., Davis describes himself as "I'm black black (African American)?and I'm 30 but look 13."
He discovered his love for stand-up comedy while in college.
At first, Davis was a part of an improv group, but realized that he preferred to work alone on the stage, rather than on a team.
"It got more competitive then fun. So I tried stand-up, fell in love with it and never looked back. NEVER!" he said.
Davis covers a wide range of topics, leaving none unturned, including but not limited to relationships, family, politics, race and more.
Some of his favorite comedians include Chris Rock, Chapelle and Bill Burr, but stressed that he respects all comedians.
"I idolize all comedians 'cause I'm a huge fan of comedy and whoever works in this stressful, vulnerable environment," he said.
He draws inspiration from his own life, including family and friends, but also total strangers, like people in his audiences at shows.
He has been featured on MTV on shows like "Yo Momma" and "Nick Cannon presents HATIN on '09" and also "Kiss and Tell: The Do's and Don'ts of Dating."
"(I) love making strangers laugh or bringing some type of joy into their lives," he said.
Future plans and goals for Davis include shooting an hour special next year and then 30 minutes of material about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
He's no stranger to Pennsylvania, having performed shows in hotels, breakfast rooms and various colleges in the area.
"It probably does get whiter but Pennsylvania is mos' def' top ten white places ever!" he said, with a smiley emoticon.
He said Penn College students should expect to have a great time if they allow it.
"If they come with a judgemental state of mind then it won't be fun. It's an away game for me but once they get to know me then it will be a home game," he said.
In addition to his website, noredavis.com, Davis is active on Facebook, Vine, Twitter and Instagram; just search Nore Davis.
As a last bit of advice, Davis says, "Don't drink and email, kids."