Tonight marks the 1st Annual #LaughPLAYparty Celebration Hosted by Malik S with Headlining Comedian Marvin Dixon and DJ Nasty on the 1′s & 2′s. Miami Comedy Fest & Club Play have bringing you the funniest comedy each and every Wednesday for the past year with celebrity guests such as Cedric The Entertainer, Tank, Joe Clair, Angela Simmons, Rico Love, Flo Rida & Git Fresh, Day 26, Floyd Mayweather, Alex Thomas, Mack Maine, Santana Moss, Tammy Torres & Rosa Acosta, Billy Blue, Pleasure P, Udonis Haslem, Pretty Ricky and many more.
Who thought one event would have turned into a 1 Year Anniversary Party. This also the Oficial Kick-Off Party to the 4th Annual Memorial Weekend Comedy Show w/ Rickey Smiley, Donnell Rawlings, Shawty Shawty and more.
Following the success of yesterday’s 18th Annual Bob Marley Movements: 9 Mile Music Festival, Tonight is the 9 Mile Comedy Show with Michael Winslow aka Mr. Sound Man from Police Academy movies. The who’s who of the Reggae Community will be in the building.
Also featuring South Florida Comedian Rayzor. But to me the most appealing part of this event is the Special Guest Appearances by Julian Marley & Kevens who will be playing intimate accoustic sets!
Memorial Weekend Comedy Show is coming up faster then you know it and Rodney Perry is one of the featured comedians. Check after the break for the full interview.
Over the past decade, Rodney Perry’s star has climbed to phenomenal heights. From his career-defining performance on Budweiser’s Starting Lineup of Comedy Tour to his side-man antics on BET’s award-winning Mo’Nique Show, Rodney has become well-known for his high-energy, free-for-all performances. As the loving father of five children, perhaps this is a benefit of being constantly surrounded by youthful spirits.
In the midst of a promotional campaign for The Mo’Nique Show’s recent NAACP Image Award Nomination for “Outstanding Talk Series,” Rodney Perry managed to squeeze some time out of his busy schedule and settle down for an interview with Clayton Perry – reflecting on the influence of Eddie Murphy, the mentorship of Cedric the Entertainer, and the “fine lines” of comedy.
JACKED FROM: Claytonperry.com
Tickets are already on sale for Wanda Sykes show during the South Beach Comedy Festival on March 4th.