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By by Melonie Magruder | September 5, 2009
If you are lucky enough to catch comedian Michael Rayner at Michael’s Bar and Grill on a Tuesday night, you will see something you have never seen before — a madcap, crazed-looking stand-up guy who rolls a speeding cheeseburger on a twirling red parasol. It’s part of Rayner’s party-trick set that is short on potty-mouth and long on weirdly funny gimmicks like balancing a wheelbarrow on his chin and juggling a 1940s-era tennis racket with Devil Sticks. Rayner is definitely one-of-a-kind.
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By James Famera | December 9, 2009
It?s not often that a ventriloquist steals the show from his dummies. But that was certainly the case Saturday night at the Colony Theatre, where veteran voice-tosser Jay Johnson brought back his hilarious one-man show, ?Jay Johnson: The Two and Only? for a limited engagement. Throughout the 95-minute set, Johnson illuminated audience members with an extended personal history of his long journey into professional ventriloquism and treated them to appearances by a talking tennis ball, a prickly snake puppet and a vulture nicknamed ?
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