Bonnerama comedy/musical/variety show

BONNERAMA COMEDY VARIETY SHOW

FEATURING THE HILARIOUS IMPROVISATIONAL GROUPS
DON SLOVIN’S “JAMPROV”
&
“NOO YAWK TAWK”

HOSTED BY STAND UP COMIC BEVERLY BONNER

SWOON TO THE SULTRY SEXY SINGING VOICE OF EJYP

THRILL TO THE ANGELIC VOICE OF MARY SHERIDAN

AND YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT SINGER/ACTOR/MUSICIAN ZORIKH LEQUIDRE MAY DO!!!

and laugh and laugh at the antics of special guest comics

Wednesdays, March 3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th, 2004, 9:00pm
at
WINGS THEATRE
154 Christopher St., West Village
(Between Greenwich St. & Washington St.)
#1 or #9 Train to Christopher St.,
walk towards the River

$10

El Cheapo Bar & Snacks Available (Donation)
no drink minimum

Reservations Not Required but Accepted at: 212-946-5344

Here's a review:

Bonerama Comedy Show
The Wings Theater
Hi! Drama Review, Channel 57 or Channel 109
2004, By G.S. Bowen

"Stand Up comic Beverly Bonner has created a clever variety show at the Wings Theater. The evening started with the producer herself, who engaged the audience in a funny routine about the struggle of voluptuous women in an anorexic society.

"Next up was the more than brilliant Zorikh Lequidre who came dressed in full Celtic gear. He sang an absolutely hilarious rendition of "Bilbo" the hobbit in which the audience gladly participated. Mr. Lequidre has an enticing stage presence and a gift for humor. With his convivial act, he proved he was much more than a handsome guy in a kilt.

"Then came the performance of Ejyp whose supposedly sultry voice was unfortunately drowned out by the music. It was a tough night at the Wings due to a missing board op. Unfortunately the levels of tracks were lost, as was Ejyps voice. But his personality shone through, regardless.

"The real joy of the evening was the performance by improvisational group "NEW YAWK TAWK". "NEW YAWK TAWK has a variety of members who despite varying ages, sizes, races, and physical appearances -- are very funny as an ensemble. Cecily Kate as a lesbian carpenter, Rachel Plotkin as an opera singing prostitute, and Lisa Margolin's witty Cat in The Hat poetry regarding the joy of snapping one's fingers, made for a hilarious evening. Marjorie Suvalle sparkled with her witty interpretation of a Movie Star finding love in the "Leaning Tower of Pizza" and gave a gut-busting performance of a drugged out naive young woman during a round of the improv game "freeze". Michael Sanders and Michael Silver are also to be commended for their riotous performances. Richmond Shepard has put together a superb group who is well worth the mere $10 to see. The show was entirely improvised from theatergoer input and ended with the creation of new song, sung in any two styles the audience wanted. For a relatively cheap, yet enjoyable evening, this is a great group of entertainers to see."

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