Editor’s Pick – 01/19/11

Editor’s Pick – 01/19/11

Comedy at Wiley’s

By Nicole Wroten

That’s right. The world’s only conservative Republican Jewish comedian from Kentucky is coming to Dayton. Appearing at Wiley’s Comedy Club, Jan. 20-22, Mark Klein is “one of those acts you just have to see” like a carnival sideshow. He is Jewish, conservative, entrepreneurial and most importantly, hilarious. Mark’s act has taken him from “GQ” to “Forbes” to Comedy Central, Showtime and “The Bob and Tom Show.” His game is corporate humor and as a veteran of the business, he’s known as the CorpJester. As a conservative who’s not afraid to speak the truth, he offers a humorous look at everything from aging and marriage to America’s treasured institutions. His hard-hitting act views the world through the lens of a businessman, racehorse owner, real estate investor and middle-aged white guy. An all-around good/thought-provoking time. Mark Klein will appear at Wiley’s Jan. 20-22. Call (937) 224-5653 for tickets. Visit www.wileyscomedyclub.com for more information.

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