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Chick McGee and Friends
Saturday, November 10, 2012 7:30 PM
Penguin's Comedy Club - Cedar Rapids, Cedar Rapids, IA
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  • Two drink minimum
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  • Restrictions: 21 & over
    Two drink minimum
Penguins Comedy Club located inside The Vault presents Chick McGee, Jeff Bodart, and Mike Head - November 9 - 10.  Shows at 7:30 PM.

Join us for a night hosted by Bob and Tom's very own Chick McGee.  Joining Chick will be Jeff Bodart and Mike Head.


Jeff Bodart

Since starting stand up in 2001, Jeff Bodart has been making a name for himself performing in comedy clubs across the country. He has appeared multiple times on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Bob & Tom Show.
You may have seen Jeff on the Comcast Cable network as well as The WB.

Jeff's style is so relatable you will feel you know him. Being the youngest in his family has prepared him for a life of comedy. His animated and goofy demeanor combined with edgy quips covering his dating life, working out, his favorite food of cheese sticks, and the fact that he could never be on "Survivor" makes for some great laughs for anyone watching his show.

Jeff has been fortunate to be able to bring is comedy stylings to the comedy festivals: The World Series of Comedy, Laugh Your Asheville Off and was also invited to perform at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival.

Jeff has worked with a lot of the top comedians in the country such as; Greg Behrendt, Ron White, Bobcat Goldthwait, Harland Williams, Tommy Chong and Caroline Rhea. Be prepared
to love and become a fan of Jeff's once you
have experienced the fun.

Mike Head - 


Mike Head started as a stand- up comedian in 2005 on a dare.  His co-workers and family members thought his foolishness needed some sort of platform.  He performed the first time at the Cleveland Improv on amateur night and has been doing stand-up comedy ever since.  He has been featured at clubs such as Hilarities Pickwick and Frolic (Cleveland), The Cleveland Improv, The Funny Stop Comedy Club, a host of churches, colleges, and a number of other venues all over Northeast Ohio.  He is also an aspiring actor who has been seen performing in plays at local theatres in Ohio in the Cleveland and Akron area. He has also participated as an actor in some independent film projects.


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