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All Hail! Commander-In-Comedy Bob DiBuono at the Jacksonville Comedy Club

Love him or hate him, has always been a character. His speech patterns, mannerisms and unnatural pigment bordered on the ridiculous, even before he finagled his way into the Oval Office. Comedian has always been drawn to characters and has made a career out of doing spot-on impressions of some of Hollywood’s most recognizable voices. He also stars as the resident Trump impersonator on Comedy Central’s Nightly Show. DiBuono brings his act to the May 25-27 (https://www.jacksonvillecomedy.com). DiBuono does a legit impression of Trump, but he does more than just mimic the myriad absurdities by injecting humor into a routine …

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Sleeping With Other People


I should preface this review by confessing that I am a HUGE  fan. My opinion may be a little skewed because the film stars recent SNL alum , and is co-produced by SNL Legend . Directed by Leslye Headland. But honestly, I’d like ‘’ (SWOP) even if the movie didn’t have a couple of SNL ties. In ‘SWOP’ Jason Sudeikis plays Jake, a cheating womanizer who you just can’t help but like, because unlike most cheaters, he’s very upfront and honest about it. Early in the film, Jake loses his virginity with another virgin, Lainey ( of ‘Community’). The moment …

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Tommy-guns & Tootoos: “THE ODD FATHER”

TURNING POINT OF DANCE REVIEW Turning Point of Dance held its annual showcase on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Parker Auditorium on the campus of Middle School. , initially founded by in 1984, has been active in Jacksonville for over twenty years. After Nelson’s death in 2011, , who had just recently moved to Jacksonville and just happened to have some thirty-five years of experience as a musical theatre performer, director, and dance instructor, stepped in to take over teaching, and has remained ever since, continuing the tradition as Artistic Director. Turning Point of Dance is located at , 3674 …

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 made its debut Saturday November 1, 2014 on the main stage of  with performances at 8:00 and 10:30 pm. The Dual Critics attended the first show which had nearly a full house; an excellent crowd considering Jacksonville was under the spell of the Florida-Georgia game which takes over the city once a year. As critics, we rarely go to comedy clubs, as we are usually seeing on-stage plays throughout North Florida. We were attracted to this show when we saw that the performers involved were local actors whom we have seen in many performances in different venues. We did not …

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