L.A. Comedy Club Inside the Edgewater Casino Celebrates Laughter and Happiness All Month Long

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February 16, 2024
For Immediate Release
L.A. Comedy Club Inside the Edgewater Casino Celebrates Laughter and Happiness All Month Long with Lively Lineup

JC Currais, Jay Reid, Rodger Lizaola, and Peter Berman bring laughter and happiness to Laughlin all month long.
Tickets are available to purchase here.
Laughlin, Nevada—Feb. 15, 2024—March 19 and 20, are recognized as National Laugh Day and International Day of Happiness and L.A. Comedy Club brings just that to the Edgewater Casino Resort. Every week, Wednesday through Sunday, catch James Michael’s Redneck Comedy Show headline at 5 p.m. and this month, comedy icons JC Currais, Jay Reid, Rodger Lizaola and Peter Berman take the stage at 7 p.m. The hilarious lineup comes just in time to celebrate the month of laughter and happiness.
Wednesday through Sunday: 
  • 5 p.m.: James Michael’s Redneck Comedy Show 
James Michael, a Mississippi native, is a part-time tattoo artist, fitness model and comedic magician. Known for his sleight of hand, comedic timing and fun antics on stage, Michael has brought laughs around the world for more than 30 years by means of cruise ships, corporate functions, and television shows. He has been named among Las Vegas’ top 10 magicians for three consecutive years and has been awarded the silver medal winner of the best magic show in Las Vegas in 2020.
  • 7 p.m.: Touring headliners featuring top national comics
Weekly Offers: 
  • Teacher’s Night
L.A. Comedy Club at Edgewater is offering $3 admission to teachers for the 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. shows on Wednesdays and Fridays. To redeem this offer, guests can use the code “APPLE” online at checkout.  
Upcoming headliners, 7 p.m. shows: 
  • Wednesday, Feb. 28 through Sunday, March 3: JC Currais
JC Currais is a Cuban American comedian and actor, born and raised in Miami. His acting career began in 2010 when he made his film debut at the Sundance Film Festival in a feature titled “New Low.” Since then, Currais has starred in television shows such as FOX’s “Lethal Weapon,” BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood” and was a series regular on Disney Channel’s original series “Just Roll with It.” In the comedy world, Currais has performed on TBS’s “Conan”, Comedy Central and was named TBS’s “Top Comics to Watch” at the New York Comedy Festival. He was one of the new faces of comedy at the “Just for Laughs Festival” in Montreal. In 2020, Currais wrote and performed on the twitch sketch series “Two Joysticks and a Couch.”
  • Wednesday, March 6 through Sunday, March 10: Jay Reid
Jay Reid is a Las Vegas raised stand-up comedian who started performing at small clubs when he was 19. Reid’s first big break came when he was chosen to be a contestant on BET’s “Coming to the Stage” comedy competition. After appearing on the show, Reid started booking performances at notable comedy clubs throughout Las Vegas and California, such as the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. After being a contestant and winning Bill Bellamy’s “Who’s Got Jokes?,” he landed his own comedy special “L.M.A.O.” on TvONE network. Reid starred in Showtime’s “Ladies Night Out Comedy Special” and toured on the “Ladies Night Out Comedy Tour” alongside comedian Bellamy. Reid’s third comedy special “That Don’t Go Together” is available on Dry Bar and his fourth special is coming out soon.
  • Wednesday, March 13 through Sunday, March 17: Rodger Lizaola
Growing up in Gilroy, CA, Rodger Lizaloa was always known as the “funny guy” amongst his friends and peers. In February 2003, Lizaloa moved to Seattle and put his stage fright aside to perform at Comedy Underground. Though the first years were tough and humbling, he became one of the youngest headliners in the Northwest. Lizaloa has been the opening act for comedy legends like David Brenner, Eddie Brill, Louis CK, Theo Von, Mike Epps, Jimmy Dore, Iliza Shlesinger and Donnell Rawlings. He also has opened for popular musical acts including, The Black Eyed Peas, Pussycat Dolls, Baby Bash, Rhianna, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Good Charlotte and The Backstreet Boys. He has made appearances at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival in 2007, Great American Comedy Festival in 2009, was a finalist at Big Sky Comedy Festival 2012, a two-time finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition in 2009 and 2015 and a two-time finalist at Seattle International Comedy Competition in 2009 and 2013 as well as performed at the 2008 Seattle Mariners spring training. His television debut came during Season 1 of “Laughs on FOX” and MTV2's “ADD-TV.”
  • Wednesday, March 20 through Sunday, March 24: Peter Berman
Peter Berman got his break when Dr. Timothy Leary caught his act and was invited for a gig at Hollywood Improv. The following summer, after earning his communications degree, Berman moved from Michigan to Los Angeles and quickly became a regular in the stand-up comedy scene. He rose through the ranks, opening for big-name comics like Tim Allen and Paul Reisner. He later became a regular on TV channels MTV, VH1 and Comedy Central in addition to appearing on “The Late, Late Show” with Craig Kilborn, “Star Search” and a guest host on NBC’s “Friday Night.” Berman also appeared on Comedy Central's international television series “The World Stands Up” and won over audiences in England, Ireland, Australia, The Netherlands and Scotland. With a mix of personal life chaos and observational humor, Peter is now developing TV shows, including a sitcom inspired by his unconventional family life.
  • Wednesday, March 27 through Sunday, March 31: To be announced
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