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"Remembering Red -- A Tribute to Red Skelton"
71 ratings
4.7 average rating
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2 reviews
5 stars
attended Feb 01 2010

Brain definitely is well versed in Red's acts and the amount of patriotism Red had. Sound was good and we were in the front row so we had a bit more contact with Red which was GREAT. Brian has worked hard to portray Red as he was and did a super...continued

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3 reviews
6 stars
attended Feb 08 2010

If you love Red like I did you will truly fall in love with Brian. He was one laugh after another. I have been in Vegas for 4 days and I have to say he was the highlight of my stay. He even managed to bring a tear to my eye. It was just a...continued

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7 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 22 2010

Brian made me laugh and cry just like Red Skelton used to do. The Theater was Small and intimate which was good for viewing, but the seats were hard and uncomfortable. It’s located in a time share a little off the strip. We took a cab from a major...continued

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Description

VIP Preferred Seating includes an autographed photo.

This show is a nostalgic trip back in time. The routines and jokes are Red’s, which means there is no profanity in this hilarious tribute to America’s favorite clown, Red Skelton.

This is a family-friendly, all-ages-welcome show that will have you smiling for years to come as you watch by Brian Hoffman’s Remembering Red — A Tribute to Red Skelton.

Brian’s expert portrayal of Red Skelton will have you in stitches as he recreates some of Red’s most well-known characters. Laugh with Clem Kadiddlehopper, that dim-witted country bumpkin. Giggle along with Gertrude and Heathcliffe, the two seagulls. Feel the love of Freddy the Freeloader, the hobo who lived in the city dump.

Brian Hoffman has performed his comedy routine in clubs all across the U.S. since 1995. Soon fans started telling him that he reminded them of Red Skelton — the look, the mannerisms and delivery style of Red.

Now Brian performs the jokes and routines that made Red famous. This show will include several characters that Red created and performed in his variety show that aired from September of 1951 to August of 1971.

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