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JB Smoove Lollygaggin Comedy Show
October 26, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
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Laugh ’til it hurts at the JB Smoove Cincinnati Lollygaggin show at Bogart’s.
You’ve seen him on TV, and now you have a chance to see him live. The JB Smoove Cincinnati Lollygaggin show will have you crying laughing – or doing that laugh where your mouth is wide open and no sound is coming out.
General admission tickets are $42.00. Doors will open at 7 p.m. The show will start at 8 p.m. Remember, Bogart’s is a standing room only venue, so wear comfortable shoes. Note: There is an overall 8 ticket limit for this event.
Parking is available inside Bogart’s garage at East Corry and Short Vine at the VP3 building (behind Martino’s). This is the only Bogart’s prepaid lot, so be mindful when finding a place to park. Small point-and-shoot cameras and cell-phone cameras are allowed. However, cameras with lenses on them are considered to be professional-length are not allowed.
About J.B. Smoove
Born in Plymouth, North Carolina and raised in Mount Vernon, NY, Smoove is a gifted writer, comedian, and actor, who continues to entertain audiences all over the world with his unique brand of comedic funk. His breakout role on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” as Leon has firmly planted him as one of the best comedic actors today.
He began his career in 1999 when he moved to Los Angeles and landed a recurring role on MTV’s “The Lyricist Lounge Show,” as well as featured guest spots on “The Chris Rock Show” and “Premium Blend.” This led to his first big feature film, where he narrated and starred in the cult classic “Pootie Tang,” reuniting with Rock. Smoove subsequently followed this up with a co-starring role opposite Adam Sandler in “Mr. Deeds.”
After a season as a cast member on the sketch comedy program “Cedric the Entertainer Presents,” Smoove moved back to New York City where he landed a writing position on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” He later was a recipient of the 2007 Writers Guild award for “Best Comedy/Variety Series” for his work on the show.