Comedians Steve-O (Jackass) and Tom Green (The Tom Green Show) at the Starlite Theatre
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The last date listed for The Original Pranksters Steve-O and Tom Green was Sunday March 17, 2013 / 10:30pm.
Currently at Riviera Hotel & Casino - Starlite Theatre
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Featured review from the reflective viewerRed Velvet
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These are not professional stand up comedians. This is not their day jobs. Neither is top tier but both have things to say. In the case of Steve-O it is pure Jackass quality gross/ vulgar which will create some laughs and more than a bit of wincing. If you do not mind carrying the after images it is good in its own way.
Tom has less of a routine. He is basically a 40 year old that already feels old. The net age bugs him. You can tell he has acting chops and that is more what you get...skit style. It is not gross and not too remarkable either.
All adds up to decent indecency. The seating is quite terrible. No elevation and far too narrow. The opening guy is as terrible as any one earning a salary I've seen. The room reeks of 1965 but Goldstar value evens it out. Try to get the end of the row or sit with very narrow people. I chose to move back.
Steve-O has made a name for himself by stabbing, stapling and puncturing various body parts for the “Jackass” TV show, Killer Karaoke on truTV and subsequent movies. He has taken a break from the stunts to take on stand up comedy, performing both solo shows and with Tom Green as part of the Original Pranksters Tour.
The Tom Green Show was one of the most popular to ever air on MTV. He is most notably known for taking viewers through his battle with testicular cancer as well as starring roles in “Road Trip” and “Freddie Got Fingered.” “Tom Green Live” is currently airing on Showtime and his latest film, “Swearnet: The Movie,” will be released later this year.