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  • Comedy Night at Max’s on the Green

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    (320) 354-2214

  • Location:

    Max’s on the Green
    15980 Hwy 23 NE
    Spicer, MN 56288

  • Dates:

    Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

  • Admission:
    $30.00

Comedy Night at Max’s on the Green
Saturday, Nov. 27th

Join us for comedy night at Max’s on the Green on Saturday, Nov. 27th with Miss Shannan Paul and John DeBoer as our headliner!

6-7:30pm Dinner
8:00pm Show

Tickets are $30 per person and include dinner (pasta bar)
Please call ahead for reservations 320-354-2214

More About Miss Shannan Paul:
A self-labeled Geek, Miss Shannan Paul brings roaring laughter to even the most curmudgeonly of crowds. Twin Cities newspaper, the City Pages says, “No matter where you’ve seen (or heard) her, you know just how great Miss Shannan is. With comedy that’s personal and relatable, she has the ability to make you feel like you’ve been friends for years, even if you’re only seeing her for the very first time.”

She was named 2020’s “Best Stand-up Comedian” by City Pages ®. Campus Activities Magazine® included Miss Shannan as one of eight Top Speaker Picks for 2015. Her storytelling and irresistible smile are sure to crack up even the most stone-faced curmudgeon. She can relate to just about everyone whether they be business professionals, students, Sci-Fi fans, jocks, or soccer moms.

More About John DeBoer:
It has been said, there are only two ways you can go in life after making a mistake. Learn from it and move on or don’t learn from it and and stay where you are. John DeBoer has chosen a third route: Write a joke about it and share it with the masses. His nerve-hitting show flows from the devious side of childhood to the never-ending pressures of our times.

His twisted observations of life, the world around him, and particularly how he has managed to screw it up, have earned John a reputation as one of the most consistently strong acts wherever he goes.

Watching John on stage takes the audience on a roller coaster of seeing their own blunders or faux pas’, and then being compelled to laugh at them. Falling somewhere between “The Next John DeBoer of Comedy”, and “the best you can do on short notice”, he takes us on a ride we’ve all been on, yet somehow failed to see the humor in the first time through.