Comic quar­tet fly-in, fly-out

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through the course of their comedy ca­reers.

Cal­lan said he en­joys the warm weather while Saleh said he loves the land­scape.

“I love it. I love deserts gen­er­ally,” Saleh said.

“I don’t know why, maybe be­cause I’m orig­i­nally from Egypt, maybe I’m look­ing for a pyra­mid or two.”

Cal­lan is set to en­ter­tain with his ob­ser­va­tional comedy and in­fa­mous dance rou­tines.

“I just dis­cov­ered by ac­ci­dent that when I do dance moves peo­ple laugh a lot,” he said.

“I just like be­ing silly so (the crowd) will prob­a­bly have a

good laugh.

“I’m al­ways happy to in­ter­act with peo­ple and I know that can be the case in Kar­ratha some­times; peo­ple like to shout out and get in­volved.”

Saleh said peo­ple can at least ex­pect him to be present.

“I’m very punc­tual; I’m known for my punc­tu­al­ity,” he joked.

“Peo­ple say, ‘Well he may not be that funny but at least he’s punc­tual; he’s al­ways there on time’.”

Saleh said he never knows what to ex­pect when he gets up on stage and en­joys how un­pre­dictable a

show can be.

“Some­times peo­ple say, ‘What can we ex­pect from the show?’ and I say, ‘Well I’m go­ing to be do­ing this ma­te­rial and that ma­te­rial’, and I may ac­tu­ally plan to do that.

“But once I get out on stage and the vibe’s dif­fer­ent or the en­ergy’s dif­fer­ent or some­one says some­thing or some­thing hap­pens you com­pletely di­vert from that and end up do­ing some­thing com­pletely dif­fer­ent.

“It’s an ex­cit­ing thing for me per­son­ally that I don’t know — I have no idea what’s go­ing to hap­pen.”

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