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Tuesday night laughs on the North Shore

Colleen Watson

Guffaws continue as Tahoe Comedy North begins its fifth season on Tuesday, March 8, with a trio of standup comics.

Headlining is the inquisitive Conor Kellicutt, who asks, Why is his dog so happy? Why do we do the jobs we do? And what is that smell? He’s writing and performing for an Internet show, “Bait N Switch” as well as hosting a new television program, “Eating Out Cheap.”

Kellicut has worked with Robin Williams, Dave Chappelle, Jake Johansen, Dave Attell, Tracy Morgan, Chris Titus, Dana Carvey, Greg Poops, Arj Barker, Patton Oswald, Greg Geraldo, Jay Mohr and Ralphy May.

San Francisco’s Johnny Steele is the host. He began performing comedy in 1984 after quitting graduate school in a move his parents named: Operation $40K Down The Drain.

The guest spot belongs to Colleen Watson who said she is constantly amazed that she hasn’t died yet and so her pessimism is matched only by a weird cheerfulness. To quote an audience member, “Wow you’re messed up, hella funny, but you got issues.”

The show starts at 8 p.m. in the Crystal Bay Casino’s Crown Room. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 the day of the show and are available at several North Lake Tahoe locations including, the Crystal Bay Club, Incline Cleaners, Grog & Grist, Incline Spirits & Cigars, Noah’s Video, New Moon Natural Foods and the Visitor’s Centers in Incline Village and Tahoe City. For a complete Tahoe Comedy North schedule, go to http://www.tahoecomedynorth.com.

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