Herberger Theater Center
222 East Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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x Damion Gosa Memorial Foundation presents: Brad Zinn in “The Great Comedians, Those Felt Hat and Big Cigar Funny Men”

Stage West

March 23, 2018 – March 25, 2018

In the honored theatrical tradition of one man shows such as Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight!, James Whitmore in Will Rogers, USA, and Frank Gorshin in Say Goodnight, Gracie, comes Brad Zinn’s The Great Comedians, Those Felt Hat and Big Cigar Funny Men. Brad Zinn’s The Great Comedians is a heartfelt salute to his childhood heroes that includes generous portions of comedy, music, juggling, magic, rope spinning, audience participation, and extended impersonations of Johnny Carson, George Burns, Jack Benny, and Will Rogers. Brad’s impressions also include W. C. Fields, Groucho Marx, Jimmy Durante, George Jessel, Fred Allen, and Red Skelton.

The Great Comedians celebrates the diversity of American pop culture humor of the 20th Century. The show bridges generations with hilarity and clean, timeless laughs. The presentation makes a powerful emotional connection with those who remember, while delivering a thought provoking and thoroughly entertaining theatrical experience for everyone, regardless of age. (Rated PG-14)

The Great Comedians is best received by a multigenerational audience, and parents and grandparents alike are encouraged to “bring a teenager!” As seen worldwide at The London Palladium, Red Skelton Performing Arts Center, Cruise Ships, and all across North America, there is simply no other one man show like this.

The Damion Gosa Memorial Foundation was formed in memory Damion Gosa, who was murdered in his home in June of 2009, during a burglary attempt. Each year, the foundation holds an annual basketball tourney in Damion’s memory. It is our mission to educate, encourage & equip our youth to steer away from violence. We utilize our E.M.P.L.O.Y. (Encouraging, & Motivating Positive Leadership Opportunities for Youth) After School and Summer Programs teach them respect, dignity, self-esteem, values, morals, character, integrity, nutrition, and physical education through sports.  

*$35.00 for Groups of 10+ (available through the box office 602-252-8497)
*additional fees apply when ordering online

Run Time:
2 hours 

Friday, March 23, 7:30pm
Saturday, March 24, 7:30pm
Sunday, March 25, 2pm
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