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Wits ‘n Giggles Stand-Up Comedy brought to you by Bud Light and Comfort Inn returns to the Northwest Arena Saturday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. This third show of the season features headliner, Kirk Bogos; feature, Homer Shadowheart; and host, Casey Love.
Feature act, Homer Shadowheart, is an American Indian comedian from Cincinnati. Shadowheart once famously said, “Remember the Trail of Tears? Well get ready for the trail of laughs!” He has been performing for over eight years and is often compared to Christopher Titus and Bernie Mac. When Shadowheart isn’t on stage discussing life, religion, and ice cream cones, he can be seen in his own documentary, “Enough Stones”. He has opened for the likes of Russell Peters, Scott Henry, Heywood Banks, and on December 15, he opens at the Northwest Arena.
Headlining the December comedy show is the superbly witty, Kirk Bogos. Kirk grew up on the streets of South Philadelphia, which is where the roots of his comedic charm originated. His brand of comedy looks at the very simple things in life but from a slightly cockeyed point of view. Still a card-carrying member of the Psychedelic 60’s, he finds himself four marriages and three divorces later, on the other side of the generation gap. Kirk’s finely dulled wit and experience from the 60’s and 70’s has landed him gigs from coast to coast, and even in the Marvel blockbuster, “The Avengers”. Kirk can be heard daily on
Sirius/XM “Raw Dog Comedy”, and on December 15, he’ll be live in Jamestown, NY.
Casey Love, a native born Jamestownian, will return to host his third Wits-N-Giggles show. Described by many as ruggedly handsome, Casey has performed comedy for audiences from Western New York all the way to the Finger Lakes region of New York. He requests that you bring donations in the form of cash or check made out to cash so that he can buy an OLED TV because wow are they expensive. He definitely didn’t write this bio.
Wits ‘n Giggles is held in the Jamestown Mattress Arena Club located on the top floor of the Northwest Arena. Tickets for the event are $10 presale, $12 day of show, and $5 for students. Must be 18 years of age and up to attend. Get your tickets today by calling 716.484.2624, visiting www.northwestarena.com, or at the Northwest Arena’s Landmark Chevrolet Box Office.