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  • The World Series of Comedy
    The World Series of Comedy brings together a horde of more than 100 humorists from all over the country to compete for laughs and a grand prize of 37 weeks of work at comedy clubs across the nation. The competition gives audience members the pleasure of acting as judge and jury without the moral and legal gray areas of serving as executioner, allowing fans a say in which comics move on to the final showcase (panels composed of comedy bookers have the most influence in the judging process). Pick from 13 shows?three wild-card shows, eight preliminary shows, and two final rounds?each sporting a lineup of eight, 15, or, in the final showdown, three comics toiling for your approval. Call to reserve your tickets.
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    101 Pine Street
    Dayton, OH US
  • NAT Promotions 2012
    Wall Street Nightclub’s goal is simple: as stated on its site, the venue aims to provide entertainment every bit as diverse as its community. Throughout the week, the LGBT venue might pair country music with hip-hop, drag performers with strippers, or DJs with dance videos. Friday nights kick off each month with the "Midwest's largest lesbian dance party," and Sundays see the club transformed into a cabaret. Although its calendar is packed with weekly, monthly, and bicentennial get-togethers, plenty of performances and parties are special one-time-only events, such as standup sets or DJ competitions.
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    101 Pine Street
    Dayton, OH US
  • The Black Box Improv Theater
    The Black Box Improv Theater teaches students how to respond to situations on the spot with comedic flair and perfect timing. The studio's classes explore characters and relationships, sketch writing, and parody. Special classes for teens help youth cultivate both theatrical and everyday skills such as public speaking and how to creatively name each hair on their head.
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    518 E. 3rd St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • iNNOVATiON ARTS & ENTERTAiNMENT 2012
    The King of Rock and Roll never relinquishes his throne as four of the country?s top Elvis impersonators team together for Elvis Lives, a multimedia musical tribute to one of music?s premier icons. Endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises, which holds the copyright on blue suede shoes, Elvis Lives stars a quartet of bona fide dead ringers, all of whom are winners of the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and pay homage to four memorable eras of the pompadour-sporting legend?s career. Fans can swoon and shout as they catch a glimpse of tadpole Elvis and his centrifugal pelvis, movie-era Elvis, leather-jacket ?comeback? Elvis, and shimmering, sequined-jumpsuit ?Vegas? Elvis. The lavishly-produced show quantum leaps across a memorable career with classic songs sung spot-on, delighting fans and warming the heart of the real Elvis as he watches from the rafters.
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    1 W Second St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • NS Productions
    Classic Albums Live reanimates the long-playing, pre-shuffle heyday of music in meticulous live recreations of the world?s most beloved rock albums. Casting aside stage gimmickry and impersonations but retaining the album's eerie resonances with Meet Me in St. Louis, a band of seasoned rock pros rebuilds every single note, intonation, and otherworldly vocal phrasing of Pink Floyd?s Dark Side of The Moon. Starting with ?Speak to Me,? the performers surge onward through ?The Great Gig in the Sky? before turning their instruments upside down to launch into ?Money? and the rest of Side B.
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    138 N. Main St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • Victoria Theatre Association
    The history at Victoria Theatre stretches back to 1866, when the "Magnificent Edifice" was first built at First and Main Streets. Its halls have hosted entertainment luminaries of many eras, including Harry Houdini, Mark Twain, and Socrates during his I Know That I Know Nothing comeback tour. After becoming the victim of two fires (1869 and 1918) and a flood (1913), the theater avoided man-hurled wrecking balls in 1975 when it was named to the National Register of Historic Places, a list where the Italianate structure still resides well into the 21st century.
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    138 N Main St.
    Dayton, OH US

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