Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Beat the Winter Blues with Laugher: NJPac Features Comedian Gilbert Gottfried and Festival of Laughs with Mike Epps, Gary Owen and Cocoa Brown in March 2016

Gilbert Gottfried graces the stage at NJ Pac.
Need a way to beat the winter blues? Laughter is the best medicine, and NJPac's got two LOL shows coming up on Friday, March 11th at 8pm, the popular and zany  Comedian Gilbert Gottfried and  the Festival of Laughs with Comedians Mike Epps, Gary Owen and Cocoa Brown.

Tickets for Gilbert Gotfried start at $39.50 and Festival of Laughs prices run from $53.50 - $129. To purchase tickets for either show click here: www.NJPac.org or call 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722) The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (#NJPAC) is located at One Center Street in Newark, NJ. There is plenty of parking.

About Gottfried:

Outspoken, outrageous and occasionally offensive, Gilbert Gottfried has been beloved as a “comedian’s comedian” for more than 30 years. Gottfried is known for his squinty, shouting comedic persona and for lending his unmistakable voice to a host of animated characters, including the parrot Iago in Disney’s Aladdin. His standup routine is not for the kids, though: Gottfried’s irreverent humor tests the boundaries of good taste, and he delivers what just might be the world’s dirtiest jokes. (For a hint of what to expect, Google “Gilbert Gottfried Aristocrats joke.”)

Gottfried is the author of Rubber Balls and Liquor, a mix of memoir and observational humor, and host of Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast.

Festival of Laughs with Mike Epps comes to NJ PAc in March.

About Mike Epps:

Since his big-screen breakthrough as Day-Day in 2000’s Next Friday (and the sequel Friday After Next), this stand-up comedian, actor, rapper and producer has generated a huge amount of buzz within the entertainment industry.

The winner of an NAACP Image Award for his role in Jumping the Broom, Epps has been seen in major releases, including The Fighting Temptations; All About the Benjamins; Hancock; The Janky Promoters (with Ice Cube), Sparkle (with Whitney Houston) and Next Day Air (with Mos Def).

Epps was first recognized as a talent by a national audience in 1995, when he appeared on the Def Comedy Jam Tour and performed on HBO’s Def Comedy Jambroadcasts. His recent stand-up specials, Mike Epps: Underrated and Never Faded and Mike Epps Presents …, have both aired on Showtime. Epps also has released his first comedy rap album, Funny Bidness: Da Album, featuring Snoop Dogg, Kid Rock and Slim Thug.

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