Some of his funniest friends have agreed to join him at Spotlight Cabaret.
By Miki Zwarich
Wayne Jones has a lot of friends, and some of the funniest ones have agreed to join him at Spotlight Cabaret for 45 minutes of improvised buffoonery.
Thursday’s performance brought Ron Pederson of Gordon’s Big Bald Head fame to the stage to enact a series of vignettes involving a funeral home, a gambling addict, and choking a clown to death. The latter half of the show had the duo (poorly and hilariously) portraying the lives of Brian, former owner of Block 1912, and his wife Komala based on their responses to questions about their likes, dislikes, and day-to-day routines.
If you’re in the market for an improv show starring Wayne Jones and a revolving cast of his friends, or if you just want to experience the cathartic and medicinal properties of laughter while you watch two people make fools of themselves in scenes that will never be seen again, come on down! You’ll be glad you did.