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If laughter is the best medicine, then today's side deal will cure cholera, snakebites, and other Oregon Trail maladies. For $20, you get one ticket to ingest the restorative humor of Pauly Shore at the legendary Wilbur Theatre in Boston. Rouse a group of pioneer friends for a night of offbeat comedic compote while reliving your childhood obsession with Encino Man.
Shore got his first big break hosting various MTV shows, most notably the annual spring break celebration, where he blissfully entertained inebriated throngs of thongs year after year before making the leap to the big screen. He starred in a string of memorable 90s flicks, including In the Army Now and Bio-Dome. Recent endeavors into the world of making people cry through laughter include acclaimed mockumentary Pauly Shore Is Dead, reality TV shows, and upcoming film projects. His quirky cadence, delivery, and voice are capable of throwing grown adults into embarassing giggle fits.
Your exact seats remain a hilarious mystery until the night of the show—as any good mystery should be. There are very few bad seats in the house. The only bad seats are actually outside the theater on the park bench outside, where freeloaders wait for the right atmospheric conditions to carry a joke to their ears from inside the theater. Show up as early as 5:30 p.m. (on the day of the show) to claim your seats. Request a seatbelt if you fear uncontrollable cackling convulsions that may cause harm to yourself of others.
Pegasus News enjoyed Shore's Dallas show, saying:
- …it’s really a no-holds-barred laugh riot….his honest, self-deprecating humor clearly connected with audience members. – Andrew McElwee
- I feel that Pauly Shore has the guts and talent to make the unfunny, funny. He is definitely a one of a kind comedian. – ankessa, TV.com
- Besides laughing until I cry when he is joking around, I love his down-to-earth silliness. – LinWo, TV.com
- …he was above average. A little weasel, but some new stuff too. A particularly funny part was were [sic] he was contemplating making sequels to his movies, but no one was interested. – briannm, IMDB.com
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