"For some of them [venues] it's the governors," Breuer said in an unhinged 22-minute Facebook video. "For some of them it's personal choice. Either way, they gotta do what they gotta to do or feel they have to do but, I'm telling you, the Royal Oak Theatre? I love that theatre, [but] I'm not doing it."
Somewhere near the end of the video Bruer says god spoke to him and instructed him to serve the public by making us laugh. Anyone want to give him the bad news?
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