James Holeva is "The Wingman," the Comedian Who Gets You Laid
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The last date listed for The Wingman: Let's Get Creepin' Comedy Tour was Friday January 27, 2012 / 10:00pm.
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Featured review from Theresa Spurgiasz
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This is a comedy show where you hear this person along with other comedians tell jokes & you have 2 drinks.
This headliner deals with jokes that have a sexual theme based on audience participation.
There were only a small amount of people who signed up to see this show.
I'm not going to attend shows this latge until it is more interesting. There are detours on the subway is effect after 10:00PM on most of the lines where construction is going on which makes it difficult to get home.
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honestly, i thought the 2 opening acts were funnier. i won't say james sucked, but i wont say he was great either. when he made fun of a person, the crowd got offended for them. we were given cards to write down questions for him to answer and he...continued
Quotes & Highlights
On the Let’s Get Creepin’ Comedy Tour, you’ll hear all about the dirty things that you’re really up late at night thinking about, and even learn something! That’s because the audience is just as much a part of the show as James Holeva’s Wingman character lends his guidance, and, of course, hits on every girl in the crowd. In a segment called “Creepin’ with The Wingman” the crowd writes down their questions on all things creepin’ — getting laid, sex, dating, relationships, etc. — and The Wingman answers them on stage during the show. Each performance is a unique experience.
Holeva wrote, starred in and produced The Wingman TV pilot, is writing a book called The Wingman Chronicles, and has provided his insight on many radio shows, including 97 BHT’s syndicated segment, Wingman Wednesday.