- $29 for two tickets to see Michael Winslow from the Police Academy films (up to $71.50 value)
- Where: Bonkerz Comedy Club – Howard Johnson Plaza
- Section: preferred seating in front of the general admission section
- Door time: Must arrive by 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
Dates and Times
- Friday, February 14, at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, February 15, at 8 p.m.<p>
Bonkerz Comedy Club requires a two-item minimum food-and-drink purchase per person, not included in this Groupon.
Warning: contains the sounds of a tennis match, but it’s not really a tennis match
Known as the “Man of 10,000 Sound Effects,” comedian [Michael Winslow’s](http://michaelwinslow.net) vocal mimicry and sonic shenanigans have made him the Lon Chaney of the larynx. His talent seemingly knows no boundaries and can fool an audience into thinking a jet is roaring overhead as dogs yip and Jimi Hendrix plays a solo, all with the power of his voice. After his first TV appearance on The Gong Show, where he delivered pitch-perfect imitations of Led Zeppelin and famous dogs such as Benji, Winslow found fame as the scene-stealing Larvelle Jones in all seven Police Academy films. Since then, he’s appeared in Spaceballs and shared his chameleonic cords as one of the titular creatures in Gremlins, on Family Guy, Robot Chicken, and even Geico commercials. In his standup show, Winslow melds his sharp wit with his malleable lips as he continues to astound audiences and put Foley studios out of business. ####Bonkerz Comedy Club The first Bonkerz Comedy Club was founded in Wisconsin in 1984, when nightclub-owning brothers Joe and John Sanfelippo and best friend George Maltezos decided that it was more fun and less of a hassle to book comedians than musicians. Nearly 30 years later, Bonkerz has grown into a major comedy institution, with an award-winning location in Las Vegas, as well as branches reaching as far as Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Alabama, and Iowa. Bonkerz Comedy Club has kept the laughter rolling throughout the years with whoopee cushions installed in every seat and sets by greats such as Jerry Seinfeld, Larry the Cable Guy, and Saturday Night Live's Darrell Hammond. As the official audition site for NBC’s America’s Got Talent, the chain continues to feed tomorrow’s brightest comics to the national spotlight.