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Every Friday and Saturday night at 8pm the lights go down and the music goes up! The party goes from 8pm till 1am. Bring some friends and come out to Liberty Center and party with us!
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Lucas Bohn was the first headliner ever at Liberty Laughs Comedy Club and he is coming back for a very special event. Lucas is having a show to raise money to adopt a child.
Don't miss this great comedian for a great cause. The show is Friday January 31st at 8pm. Get tickets here.
Learn more about Lucas from this interview...
When did you first become interested in comedy?
I’ve always been very interested in comedy. When I was young, I would borrow comedy tapes from our local library and spend hours listening to them. Rodney Dangerfield and Henny Youngman were my favorite. When I was in the 7th grade my grandparents took me on a cruise and I entered a talent show. I told about 10 minutes of jokes and it was a huge hit. I loved the feeling of people laughing at me. It just felt right, like I was supposed to do something where I was in front of people.
What do you love about comedy?
I love when I tell a joke about my life and after the show somebody comes up to me and says, “We’ve been though that!” or “That’s happened to us!” Comedy is everywhere in life. I feel that I have a great way of finding the funny in everyday situations and making people laugh about it.
How did you become a full time comedian?
I had been doing comedy for about 7 years and I attended a college conference in Pennsylvania. I booked about 30 schools and replaced my teaching income that weekend. It was a terrifying time in my life. I knew that financially I was able to quit my day job and pursue my dream of being a full time comedian, but I was scared. I was giving up a salary, healthcare and retirement. I talked it over with my wife and she was so supportive. She said, “Go for it”. “You’ll only regret it later on in life if you don’t take this chance now.” It was the best decision every.
What was it like being a teacher and a comedian?
It was great. My students knew that I was a comedian on the weekends and during the summer and they always wanted me to tell them jokes and do impressions for them. They would ask where I was performing and how the crowds were. It was a really exciting time of my life. We had a blast my last year too. It’s a great feeling when you know you’re not returning to a job because you can just have fun. I mean, what was the principal going to do fire me? We did a lot of “fun projects” the last year I taught and my students did fantastic on the state tests at the end of the year. It was a great way to leave my professional career.
What’s the scariest thing about being a stand up?
Most people would sat getting up in front of people. Public speaking is the number one phobia of Americans. Now take it a step further and try to be funny while talking to people you’ve never met. That’s pretty scary. Also, I think a lot of people worry about looking silly in front of friends or family. I’ve never had that problem. I know 90% of the time I look like an idiot. You just have to be confident enough to laugh it off.
Where are you performing next?
My wife and I are doing a fundraiser on January 31st at Liberty Laughs Comedy Club in Fredericksburg, VA. We have decided to adopt a baby and are having a fundraiser to help off set some of the medical and legal cost associated with adopting a baby. The show is going to be fantastic. Tickets are only 10 dollars and the show starts at 8:00pm. You can get tickets by calling 540-710-7467.
We got some snow this week. We had a lot of calls asking if we were open and the answer is yes! When it snows and school is out... come and bowl! We love snow days.
Eat at home with the family on Thanksgiving Day then come on out Liberty Center that night! Only $12.50 for 2 hours of bowling and shoes! We are open at 6pm on Thursday and stay open till midnight! Bowling is a great all family activity.
We hope we see you on Thanksgiving!
Have a great holiday!
This weekend catch the Munchkin Minority Report live at Liberty Laughs Comedy Club., Two very funny and very short comedians, Roy Haber and Ricky Reyes, have been making big laughs during their east coast tour.
This weekend see catch the show live at Liberty Laughs. Tickets are only $10. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 8pm. Go HERE to buy tickets online.
In September, Liberty Laughs is bringing in celebrity comic, Dustin Diamond. September 13th and 14th, catch the actor behind, Samuel Screech Powers from the iconic Saved by the Bell. Tickets are only $18 in advance and $20 at the door.
Guess who is coming to #FXBG? September 13th & 14th at Liberty Laughs Comedy Club welcomes Dustin Diamond. You saw him as Samuel "Screech" Powers on "Saved by the Bell" and now you can see him live! You can get your tickets below.