Warren Station’s Summer Comedy Series starts next week
Warren Station and Comedy Works have once again partnered to bring comedy back to Keystone this summer. Al Goodwin and Zach Reinert kick off the show on Thursday, June 20, as the first of three live comedy installments. The other two shows fall on July 18 and Aug. 22.
Al Goodwin (aka “Badgerine”) connects with his audiences, getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his own life experiences.
His persona — the Badgerine — is a hilarious look at life with ADD. Goodwin was a first place satellite winner in the World Series of Comedy, interviewed on “The Billy Bush Show,” and has been seen in several PBS commercials. He was also featured on the national TV show “Laughs” on Fox.
Coming from Denver, Reinert has performed at the High Plains Comedy Festival, Beast Village Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, The Comedy Expo of Chicago, Comedians You Should Know in Chicago, and Night Train with Wyatt Cenac in Brooklyn. You can see his written work in the Denver publication Suspect Press.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 the day of the event and can be purchased at WarrenStation.com.
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