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Playboy Comedy Announces April Headliners and Special Locals’ Pricing

Award-winning Playboy Comedy announces April 2010 schedule and new locals’ ticket pricing. Hosted by Cort McCown and Paul Hughes, all shows take place inside The Lounge at the Palms Casino Resort.

  • April 1 through 3 – Bobby Lee
  • April 8 through 10 – Al Madrigal
  • April 15 through 17 – Orny Adams and Louis Katz
  • April 22 through 24 – Brad Williams and Natasha Leggero
  • April 29 through May 1 – Jim Jefferies

Playboy Comedy show times are as follows:

Thursday – 10 p.m.
Friday – 10 p.m.
Saturday – 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.


Ticket prices are $39.99 (inclusive of taxes) which includes entry into the legendary Playboy Club following the show.

A special locals’ ticket is available beginning Thursday, Feb. 25 for $19.99 on all Thursday shows.

Tickets can be purchased at or the Palms Box Office, open daily from noon until 7 p.m. For more information on upcoming shows, please call 702-944-3200.

About Bobby Lee:
Bobby Lee is an actor and comedian from San Diego, Calif. His comedy career kicked off in 1995 when Pauly Shore asked Lee to open for him in Las Vegas. Since then, Lee has made many television and film appearances including roles in “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle,” “Kickin’ it Old Skool,” and “Pineapple Express.” Lee is mostly recognized for his re-occurring role as a cast member for the live comedy series “MADtv.”

About Al Madrigal:
As a stand-up comedian, actor and writer, Al Madrigal has had a very successful career in show business over the past ten years. He has toured the US and internationally and has performed at notable venues in major cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York City. Madrigal has also made numerous appearances on Comedy Central as well as having his own half-hour special on “Comedy Central Presents.” He has been a frequent guest on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” He is best known for co-starring in the CBS sitcoms “Gary Unmarried” and “Welcome to the Captain.”

About Orny Adams:
Orny Adams has been recognized by the Hollywood Reporter as their favorite comedian to watch in the New York scene. Adams has had a successful career as an actor, writer and stand-up comedian. He has written for the Annual Emmy’s Broadcast and has toured around the U.S. and internationally including Ireland and Australia. Adams has also co-starred in the movie “Comedian” with Jerry Seinfeld. He has been a guest on shows such as “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and “Last Call with Carson Daly.”

About Louis Katz:
Louis Katz began his career at the early age of nine when he submitted some of his jokes for a school project to the “Tonight Show” that were read on-air by Johnny Carson. A native of Los Angeles, Katz attended and graduated from UC Berkeley. He started to perform his stand-up routines in the Bay Area and can now be seen performing in clubs and colleges around the country. Katz has performed at notable festivals such as the Montreal Comedy Festival and Atlanta’s “Laffapalooza” Comedy Festival. Katz has also been a guest on “Last Call with Carson Daly.”

About Brad Williams:
Brad Williams is living proof that big personalities come in small packages. Williams is a stand-up comic who began his career by performing at the local open-mic nights and coffee houses. He was discovered by Carlos Mencia at a comedy club in which Mencia then invited him to be his opening act for an upcoming tour. Williams has been touring with Mencia ever since and has also been a regular co-star on Mencia’s Comedy Central show “Mind of Mencia.” Williams has appeared as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

About Natasha Leggero:
Natasha Leggero is most recognized for her three-year re-occurring stint on Comedy Central’s “RENO 911!” and for being a regular roundtable guest on E!’s late-night television show “Chelsea Lately.” Aside from being a stand-up comedian, Leggero has acted in guest-starring roles in television shows such as “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Samantha Who?” and “The Sarah Silverman Program.” She can also be seen in the movie “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Leggero has been a guest on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”

Jim Jefferies:
Australian comedian Jim Jefferies has made his mark in the comedy industry as an international star. Jeffries rose to stardom when he was attacked on stage while performing at the Manchester Comedy Store. Since then, he has been a headline performer in many countries such as the UK, Sweden, Norway, Iraq, USA, Canada, South Africa and many more. Jeffries has also performed in numerous festivals around the world including Edinburgh Fringe, the Montreal Comedy Festival and the South African Festival.


25 – 27 – Sebastian Maniscalco

MARCH 2010
4 – 6 – Marc Maron
11 – 13 – Robert Kelly
18 – 20 – Steve Rannazzisi and Neal Brennan
25 – 27 – Harland Williams

APRIL 2010
1 – 3 – Bobby Lee
8 – 10 – Al Madrigal
15 – 17 – Orny Adams and Louis Katz
22 – 24- Brad Williams and Natasha Leggero
29 – May 1- Jim Jeffries

MAY 2010
6 – 8- Nick Thune
13 – 15- Bryan Callen
20 – 22- J.B Smoove
27 – 29- Steve Byrne