When he was at Pierce Middle School, Corey Rodrigues knew how to clear the center of a hallway filled with classmates.
“Stay to the right. Keep to the right, please,” he would intone in the deep, distinct voice of Larry Greco, who was the assistant principal at the time.
Students and even teachers would quickly push farther to the edges at the command.
Inevitably a head would turn and announce to everyone that it was not Greco, but Rodrigues.
Then laughter, smiles, and a few groans would break out.
For the past nine years, Rodrigues has been working at making people laugh full time in his career as a professional comedian.
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