Playboy Comedy at the Brea Improv - Live Comedy, Playmates and Jazz
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The last date listed for Playboy Comedy was Wednesday February 15, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Born in Southern California, Don Hefty began his entertainment career as a DJ, playing Los Angeles and Orange County's top clubs and parties, before his love of entertaining led him to stand-up comedy. Hefty has earned fans around the country with his hilarious true stories about family life, the party scene and more. He's toured the nation, playing clubs and colleges across America, but when he returns to his home town, he's one of the top headliners in the region. Learn More
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Featured review from Viki
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I wasn't able to go but I gave the tix a 2 good friends of mine and they said the show was OOBERfunny! Although there were plamtaes there... they werent dressed up or anything... they were just part of the audience, like ordinary people. So I was told that was a bummer... i guess when you call a show "Playboy Comedy" you expect a lot more than just ordinary girls in the crowd... Overall, they asked me to give it 3 stars! THE SHOW WOULD BE OOBERFABULOUS IF IT HAD ACTUAL DRESSED UP PLAYMATES!!!!!
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Playboy Comedy, which ran for six years at The Palms Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, was named “Best Comedy Club” in 2006 by _The Las Vegas Review Journal. _
Playboy Comedy is not your conventional comedy show… for six years it was an exclusive at The Palms Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Now it is at the Brea Improv and hosts some of the hottest stand-up comedians and feature appearances by Playboy Playmates.
Beginning with a live 3-piece jazz band to set the mood, creators Cort McCown and Paul Hughes set the stage for a night of fun and laughter. The comedy is edgy and adult-oriented and features nationally known talents. Recent performers have included Jim Norton, Tommy Davidson, Harland Williams, Joel McHale, Bill Dwyer, Bryan Callen, Steve Byrne, Al Madrigal, John Caparulo, Sebastian, Robert Kelly, Daniel Tosh, Todd Glass, and Jon Reep. This is a show you will not forget.