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The Sapphire Comedy Hour Celebrates 5-year Anniversary with “A Trip Down Memory Lane”

The Sapphire Comedy Hour Celebrates 5-year Anniversary with "A Trip Down Memory Lane"
This past Saturday, March 18th, the Sapphire Comedy Hour celebrated it’s 5 year anniversary with a special show, “A Trip Down Memory Lane” (Pictured: Douglas “Lefty” Leferovich, Dixie Luthgarda Miranda and Murray SawChuck – Photo credit: Ira Kuzma Photos / www.IraKuzmaPhotos.com). 

Brad Zinn as George Burns
Brad Zinn as George Burns

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The show featured celebrity impersonator Brad Zinn who set the scene playing George Burns, in heaven, looking down on us as God. Comedy greats Johnny Carson and Groucho Marx, played by Zinn, reminded us all of the great days of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

Bill Johnson as Bob Hope
Bill Johnson as Bob Hope

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Renowned Impersonator Bill Johnson performed as Bob Hope alongside Phyllis Diller, portrayed by the extremely talented Leigh Christiansen.

Leigh Christiansen as Phyllis Diller
Leigh Christiansen as Phyllis Diller

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For a little variety, which was a stable of TV shows like the original Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and The Ed Sullivan Show, Magician Mon Dre effortlessly made white doves appear out of nowhere with the skill of a seasoned professional.

Mon Dre the Magician
Mon Dre the Magician

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Las Vegas’ most famous burlesque star Kalani Kokonuts (Miss Exotic World 2009 and 5-time Playboy Centerfold) seduced the audience with her Jessica Rabbit performance, bringing the curvy cartoon to life.

Kalani Kokonuts as Jessica Rabbit
Kalani Kokonuts as Jessica Rabbit

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And, if that’s not enough, Frank Sinatra Impersonator David De Costa, wowed the audience with some of the ‘Chairman’s’ greatest hits.

David De Costa as Frank Sinatra
David De Costa as Frank Sinatra

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This was also a special evening, as co-producers Douglas ‘Lefty” Leferovich and Philip Peredo (TickleMe Entertainment) presented creator, director and executive producer of the Sapphire Comedy Hour, Brett Feinstein, a plaque to commemorate the show winning the ’Best Comedy Show in Las Vegas’ in the 2016 Review Journal reader poll.

Douglas "Lefty" Leferovich, Brett Feinstein and Philip Peredo, Producers of the Sapphire Comedy Hour
Douglas “Lefty” Leferovich, Brett Feinstein and Philip Peredo, Producers of the Sapphire Comedy Hour

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The Feinstein Family, owners of Sapphire Gentleman's Club
The Feinstein Family, owners of Sapphire Gentleman’s Club

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Steve Connolly as Elvis
Steve Connolly as Elvis

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Charlene Carabeo and John Di Domenico
Charlene Carabeo and John Di Domenico

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The Sapphire Comedy Hour is held each Saturday at 8pm, at Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, 3025 Sammy Davis Junior Drive., Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 inside the separate, 300-seat, state-of-the-art Showroom. Sapphire, is the “World’s Largest Gentleman’s Club” with over 70,000 square feet of topless entertainment. Open 24/7, 365 days a year to patrons 21 and over. Sapphire serves the finest variety of cocktails, wines, champagne and cigars.