About Valentine Dinner Package w/ Pablo Francisco
Celebrate Valentine's Day at the Funny Bone with comedian Pablo Francisco! Price is $90 per couple. On Saturday doors open at 6pm and seating begins at 6:30pm. The show will begin at 8pm.
On Sunday doors open at 5:30pm and seating begins at 6pm. The show will begin at 7pm.
$45.00 per person Includes:
*One Admission Ticket to our 8:00pm Valentine's Day Show
*Non Alcohoic beverage refills
*House or Caesar Salad
* Your choice of Filet Mignon, Herb parmesan encrusted chicken breast or Cheese stuffed shells with Marinara
* Vegetable Medley
*Chef’s selection of potato
*A glass of champagne in a souvenir Funny Bone glass!
*A Long Stemmed Rose Per Couple
** When purchasing these tickets online, please call our box office at 757-213-5555 ext 5 to provide us with your dinner selections as soon as possible!
"Nominee Male Stand-up Comedian of the Year - 1999"American Comedy AwardsA funny thing happens to audiences when they see Pablo Francisco live for the first time. In a matter of minutes, crowds go from the quiet response that often greets a relative unknown, to jolts of boisterous laughter and applause.His television credits include ---
"Working" on NBC, "MAD TV" as a cast member on FOX, "Winter Stand-up" on Comedy Central, "Full Frontal Comedy" on Showtime, "Loco Slam" on HBO, "Friday Night" on NBC, "Latino Laugh Festival" on Showtime, "Evening At The Improv" on A & E, "Comedy Compadres" on FOX, and "Short Attention Span Theatre" on Comedy Central.
What accounts for the transformation? Namely the Tucson native's ability to create vividly funny, living pictures using strikingly authentic off-the-wall sound effects and loads of his own ample imagination. Pablo's send-up of grimly narrated action-movie previews, with Arnold Schwarzenegger as a tortilla vendor targeted by the mob, is one good example. Another is his hilarious spoofing of those intensely melodramatic Spanish language soap operas on the Telemundo Cable Network.
This young man does dead-on impressions of Arnold, Aaron Neville, Johnny Carson and Joan Rivers, but his most lasting impressions are his congeniality, diligence and genuine humor. Funny business comes a little bit easier to him because he seems to be naturally funny.
A lifelong comedy junkie, as kid Pablo competed with a friend to see who could video tape more comics from television. He got his first professional break at age 17, when he and his aforementioned buddy formed a duo called the "Blowout Boys", sneaked into a local steakhouse and took honors in a comedy competition against older, but clearly inferior opponents. "A lot of them read their stuff from notes. At least we had memorized our material!" recalls Pablo.
From humble beginnings, big things have started to happen. Pablo, now a Los Angeles resident, is busy distinguishing himself in top clubs around the country, among other veteran comics who threw away the script years ago. Check out his website for more on this Funny Bone favorite,
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