April Brucker is a funny standup comedian, skilled ventriloquist, awesome singer, prolific writer, and puppet mother to ten wonderful puppet children.
Has performed at such venues as Pips Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up NY Carolines on Broadway, The Comic Strip Live, and many others.
She has done shows for children, shows for adults, shows for the deaf, shows for drug addicts and shows for any group of people.
April and her little puppet children have been seen on Rachael Ray, Talk Soup, Last Comic Standing 5, Good Day NY, Pix with Jeff Foxworthy, My Strange Addiction, The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, Inside Edition, Joy Behar, Chef Roble, Layover with Anthony Bourdain, ElvisDuran.com and King of the List on Koldcast.
Her songs "Shuttlecock," "Ms. Wannabe," and "Jungle Woman" have been heard on internet radio. "Stay" was number one for five weeks on internet charts.
April is formerly the host of Confessions and was a talking head on YouNow.com.
Most recently, April has written and released I Came, I Saw, I Sang: Memoirs of a Singing Telegram Delivery Girl. I Came, I Saw, I Sang has been seen in Alt Variety, profiled in the Queens Gazette and STAGE TIME Magazine as well as The National Mensa Newsletter. In addition, it has also been profiled on CFR on the Cringe Humor Network, Funny Business Radio on Blog Talk Radio, and Hate Speech Radio on Levyland, the official radio network of Rev. Bob Levy. It was also advertised on the official website for Britney Spears.
April's book is available at the Bethel Park Library as well as the Carnegie Library in Bethel Park, and the Symposia Bookstore in Hoboken. In addition it is pending approval at the New York Public Library, the Bethpage Public Library on Long Island, and Barnes and Noble Bookstore.
Currently, April is working on both the musical and doll line to accompany her book.