PANAMA Town Seashore — Clean and funny — all those are the descriptions frequently presented for Henry Cho’s standup comedy exhibits, as if the two conditions have been not normally linked with each other.
“I’m an Asian with a Southern accent. To a large amount of people, that appropriate there is humorous,” Cho has explained.
The Martin Theatre provides Cho in two performances — 3 and 7:30 p.m. — on Friday, Feb. 5, at the Majestic Seashore Resort, 10901 Front Beach Road in Panama Town Seaside. Tickets are obtainable in progress at MartinTheatre.com for $32-$38 relying on seating.
Cho, a frequent on Television set community late-night talk reveals, Comedy Central, Sirius XM and other venues, is no stranger to area phases and stays a favourite of area audiences. His 1-hour Comedy Central Specific, “What’s That Clickin’ Sounds?” is currently operating and on Netflix. He’s also a common performer at the Grand Ole Opry.
“It’s adult humor, just clean up. You can hear to radio and with any luck , an 8-yr-outdated will not get all my jokes. But you would not be embarrassed if they hear nearly anything I say — edgy, but clean up,” Cho instructed The News Herald in a 2015 interview.
He gave this example. “I was conversing to a buddy at church who located out he was going to have a female, soon after 4 boys, named Hallelujah. I stated, ‘Maybe I must have named mine vasectomy.’”
Jason Hedden, a local actor, director and comic — and chairman of the Division of Visible and Doing Arts at Gulf Coast State College — will open up for Cho.
“I am energized to be part of our group in welcoming Henry Cho back to Bay County and thrilled to be part of the clearly show as a area opening act,” Hedden claimed. “I’m a huge admirer of Cho’s work as a comic and actor. He is clean and hilarious. It is going to be a excellent display!”
The display will also attribute Nashville-primarily based comedian Aaron Weber, a stand-up comedian born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. In 2017, along with other Nashville-centered comedians, Weber aided split the Guinness Planet Record for Longest Stand-up Comedy Show. He often tours with Cho.
Even now “homeless” whilst Hurricane Michael repairs continue at its Panama City base, the Martin Theatre has moved forward with its yearly winter season period, many thanks to the Majestic.
Barbara McMinis, government director for the Martin Theatre, said attempts to adhere to CDC tips for COVID-19 are aspect of the plan for the season of shows at the Majestic. Seating has been minimized and distanced, which prompted the scheduling of two performances for each and every show — half the seats but two times the chance, she explained..
“We will also be presenting hand sanitizer and will be adhering to the mask mandate. We hope that this will reduce some of your problems,” she claimed.