Funny Bones is a comedy & variety show that will be raising important funds for animal rescue & rehabilitation on Sunday, June 9, beginning at 2pm, at The Orleans Showroom in Las Vegas.
Host and comedy legend Sammy Shore is assembling a wide range of talented performers, including comedians, singers, actors, and musicians, to entertain hundreds of guests.
Entertainers scheduled to perform include: Rich Little, Tony Orlando, The Amazing Jonathan & Psychic Tanya, Zowie Bowie, Vinnie Favorito, TV star Billy Gardell, Shades of Sinatra, Geechy Guy, Pete Barbutti, and surprise guests. Funny Bones is being produced and directed by Philip Mathews and Jack Mathews, Desert Productions.
Confirmed celebrity guests include: Zak Bagans (star & host of Ghost Adventures on Travel Channel), Anthony Crivello (Tony-Award-winning Broadway and Vegas star), Kevin Mack (as seen on History’s hit series Counting Cars), Hypnotist Marc Savard, Travis Cloer (star of Jersey Boys), Alicia Jacobs (entertainment reporter & TV star), Alan Stock (radio & TV host), Heidi Harris (radio host & TV commentator), Ellie Smith (Miss Nevada Teen), Kim Koker (fashion designer), Micah Manalo (senior producer of Vegas Morning Blend), and more!
“What makes Funny Bones especially meaningful is its specific dedication to helping save homeless animals with advanced challenges (from injury, illness, abuse, starvation, or birth defects) so that they can improve, join forever homes, and share their unconditional love,” says Kathy Jung, president of Nevada SPCA.
WHEN: Sunday, June 9, 2013, red carpet begins at 1pm, show begins at 2pm.
WHERE: The Orleans Showroom, Orleans Casino & Hotel, 4500 W. Tropicana, Las Vegas.
Tickets are $25 and available at The Orleans Showroom box office or online (by following the link on Nevada SPCA’s web site) at www.nevadaspca.org. All proceeds are being donated to Nevada SPCA’s advanced medical care fund for animals.
Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is dedicated to the belief that every life is precious. Funded entirely by private donations, the Society operates a no-kill shelter in Las Vegas for animals that have been abused, neglected or abandoned, or otherwise facing homelessness and danger. It works to provide medical care, rehabilitation and adoption services for thousands of animals each year and then place them in loving, forever homes. The Society’s web site is http://www.nevadaspca.org. Facebook: Nevada SPCA No-Kill Animal Shelter. Twitter: @NevadaSPCA