Critics Pick – A dirty little secret

Critics Pick – A dirty little secret

A Dirty Little Secret

By Timothy Walker

The hot ticket in town on Wednesday, Feb. 16 will be at Wiley’s Comedy Nightclub in the Oregon District as J. T. Ryder and Vincent Holiday team up to reveal “A Dirty Little Secret” live on stage. Make your plans now to attend what promises to be an evening of outré and eclectic entertainment – think “Pulp Fiction” soundtrack, with different eras and different genres, but all amazing – the nonstop show will feature performances by renowned jazz singer Patricia Berg, musician Henrique Couto, jazz hip/hop dancer Geborah and improv/comedy troupe Underbelly, whom Cincinnati Magazine chose as “Best Comedy Show of 2009″. Servers will be decked out as retro-style pinup girls and the whole evening will be hosted by comedian Vincent Holiday. Tickets are $10, show starts at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, Wiley’s Comedy Nightclub, 101 Pine St. in the Oregon District. Call (937) 224-5653 or visit www.wileyscomedyclub.com for more information.

Tim Walker, 46, was raised by wolves in W.V. after being abandoned by his family. Currently writing two mystery novels, he loves books, offbeat films, Miles Davis and pizza. He has broken his back twice, works as a DJ, loves his wife & kids and rarely howls at the moon these days, unless it's full.

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