Bonkerz Comedy Productions Presents
Kojo Prince as seen on CTN and Showtime
10749 E Colonial Dr
Orlando, FL, 32817
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Kojo Prince comes from a long line of performers; Great Grandmother working in Vaudeville, Grandmother as an opera singer and Mother (Falumi Prince) as a featured singer with Harry Bellefonte. His first appearance as a Comedian was at the Village Gate in Greenwich Village, NYC in 1992. From that point on he knew where his heart lied, on stage performing in front of an audience. A constant professional that maintains his focus and pleasant demeanor off and on stage. All this is branded by three things that were taught to him by his late Mother; "above all, be professional, be polite and always be on time...because the show must go on".
Disheveled. Gangly. Lazy. Hairy. Bumbling. Clumsy. Bizarre. These are just a few words to describe comedian Adam Murray. Hold on while this cab drivers chauffeurs you through a journey filled with anecdotes, jokes, and witty observations. Much like reading someone’s personal journal, you’ll get an intimate look inside Adam’s life, and see what makes him tick. He talks about family, friends, personal experiences, and what ADT was like in 1876, because he’s topical. Adam’s good looks have gotten him on Disney Channel’s “Game On”, FOX’s “Good Morning Orlando,” and “The Daily Buzz” morning talk show. Adam has also been in numerous movies, including “Pawnz” and “Dutch Book.
With such a recognizable look, and sharp sense of humor, there is no doubt Adam Murray will soon be a household name across America. So find yourself a babysitter, put on your finest attire, and come see this Florida native before he’s too busy to play in a town near you!
Dinner menu & full liquor bar available. There is a 2 item minimum purchase in the showroom. Must arrive 45 minutes prior to showtime for seating. After 5pm the day of the show, tickets are only available at the door. Tickets are non-refundable.
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