Pittsburgh, PA, June 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Church Brew Works regularly features entertainment at their converted-church eatery, and hired Collin Stover because of his ability to perform table-side. Normally, The Church Brew Works hires musical acts.
"I think musical acts are great," says Collin Stover. "What differs between myself and a musical act is that I can be a bit more interactive. I can mold my performance to meet the personalities of the individuals I am entertaining at the time. A musical act can't do that. Neither one is necessarily better, it just depends on what restaurants think will work best for them and their guests."
Collin Stover hopes to perform at The Church Brew Works on a more regular basis. "It's a really fun crowd. The area is very open and they even have an outdoor patio section. Everyone seemed to have a really great time, and they were really receptive to what I had to offer."
Shouts and hollers could be heard echoing off of the high painted ceilings of the church, as guests witnessed things they once thought impossible. One table, visiting from Washington County for an early father's day celebration, said that they would certainly come back because of the entertainment. Another table, full of flag-football players from a game next door, found the entertainment refreshing after their tiring match.
"The diversity of the people here is what makes this place so fun!" Collin remarked, "A lot of places you see strictly middle-class or a certain ethnic group. Here, it's a free-for-all. It really adds to the atmosphere and makes you feel at home."