PRLog - Feb. 6, 2010 - LAS VEGAS -- Family entertainment is limited on the strip to just a few venues. Circus Circus has family entertainment with real circus acts including clowns.
Red Skelton tribute show
The fountains in front of Bellagio are a spectacular display of water synchronized to music that is fun for the entire family.
Family values seem to be very scarce when it comes to shows, especially comedy shows.
Family friendly entertainment rarely comes in the form of comedy. Even today’s sitcoms leave very little variety for comedy when it comes to fun for the entire family.
Freddie the Freeloader or Freddy the Freeloader, doesn’t matter how you spell it, it means fun for everyone. Freddie the Freeloader is just one of the many characters that Red Skelton created.
Red Skelton still holds the title for the longest running variety show. The Red Skelton Show aired from 1951 to 1971 and spent most of it’s time with CBS, the rest was aired on NBC.
Baby boomers or senior citizens, doesn’t matter what they are called, remember Red Skelton for his silly and hokey sense of humor. That humor is alive and well in Brian Hoffman’s Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton.
Every Monday at 2pm, Brian takes the stage at the Royal Resort doing the jokes and routines that made Red Skelton famous. This 80 minute show is a one of a kind tribute to one of America’s favorite clown, Red Skelton.
With all the celebrity impersonators in the entertainment capitol of the world, there is only one Red Skelton impersonator and his name is Brian Hoffman.
For true family entertainment, reserve your seats ahead of time for this intimate venue.
Theatre only holds 60 people so don’t be left standing at the door without a seat for Brian Hoffman’s Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton.
Video, show schedule, maps and more info can be found at http://www.RedSkeltonComedyShow.com and as Red Skelton would always say at the end of his show, “Goodnight now and may God bless”
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About Red Skelton Comedy Show. We are dedicated to insure that Red Skelton and the characters he created will never be forgotten.