Bonkerz Comedy Productions Presents
Rob Holloway as seen on Mad TV and Second City
16701 Lakeview Rd NE
Cumberland, MD, 21502
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
If you think all stand up comedians are the same, ROB HOLLOWAY will convince you otherwise. Remember the guy in High School that made you shoot liquid through your nose. Rob Holloway is that guy. Originally from NORTH CAROLINA Rob is a maestro of sound effects and dead on impressions of celebrities and characters. Rob creates a show that is a delight to watch. Rob Holloway started out his brand of comedy while still in the armed forces, doing talent shows on base as well as in local clubs. Rob soon moved to NEW YORK CITY working clubs like the IMPROV. Catch a rising star and Carolines. T.V. credits include COMEDY at CLUB 54, NIGHTSHIFT,Comedy LIVE in NYC and many others. Rob has attended the famous SECOND CITY in Chicago where he developed his ability to easily share the spotlight as an ensemble player.
Homer Shadowheart is an American Indian comedian from Cincinnati, OH. Remember the trail of tears? Well get ready for the trail of laughs! Ryan Singer says of Homer
“Homer brings a subtlety and piercing sense of humor that not only points out his own insecurities, flaws, and fears, but also reminds the audience that at end of the day we’re all just people – it’s just that some of us have a longer history of getting screwed over Homer makes that funny.”
Homer has been called a good mix of Christopher Titus and Lenny Bruce, without the drugs, well unless you count ruffies, but who doesn’t like a good night’s sleep.When not doing stand-up you might have seen Homer online appearing in several videos. He can be seen in his own documentary, Enough Stones and it’s ongoing updates to actually acting in several short films. He also got some recognition in 2007 when he appeared on CNN Headline News as a correspondent asking questions to people in the streets of Cincinnati.
Homer Shadowheart’s act deals with life, religion, race and yes even ice cream cones.
Homer has opened for such greats as Russell Peters, Geoff Tate and Heywood Banks
Full Liquor Bar available.
Must be 21 years of age or older to attend any show within the event center. Please have valid photo ID available. Tickets are non-refundable.
Promotional offers do not apply to drinks and buffets.
Seating is limited at certain events.
Beginning immediately in January 2016 there will be a $2.00 service fee for all Print at Home orders.
Effective March 1, 2018, all comedy shows will be open seating. All seats will be first come first serve.