Friends were recently on a cruise and saw Don Barnhart. He mentioned that he had a show opening in Las Vegas and gave them some free admission cards. The regular price is... read more
Award-Winning comedian Don Barnhart will begin and extended run at...
Award-Winning comedian Don Barnhart will begin and extended run at Jokesters Comedy Club joining Las Vegas resident headliners Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Jennifer Lopez and more. Barnhart will bring his stand up to the strip nightly in what's already being talked about as the "Best 9:30pm show in Vegas".
<P>Recently named "Best Bet" by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Don Barnhart's stand up comedy takes audiences on a comedy thrill ride of well-written, topical material exploring the waning tide of male gender identification in a way that is hysterical, highly entertaining and thought provoking. Don's DeEvolution of Man video has close to 1 million hits on YouTube.
<P>Shows are nightly at 9:30pm and guests should arrive by 9PM as seating is on a first come/first served basis. VIP tickets and priority seating are available. Jokesters Comedy Club is located inside Bally's Las Vegas in the Windows Showroom. When Barnhart isn't appearing, Jokesters features a rotating line up of comedians who tour the most famous comedy clubs across the country, as well as perform on national TV and late night talk shows.
<P>Tickets start at $37 and there are special discounts for Las Vegas locals, military and more. Tickets can be purchased at their website. Barnhart recently began production on the new sit-com, Class Clowns. Inspired by Don's act, Class Clowns is written by Barnhart and Keith Lyle from The Hangover and is scheduled to begin filming in and around Las Vegas in May.
<P>In late 2015, Barnhart's new book on comedy, Finding Your Funny hit the Best Seller List on Amazon. With a humorous and heartfelt forward by Comedy Legend George Wallace, Finding Your Funny goes beyond Barnhart's own 25-year journey and shares the brutal, humorous and often overlooked experience and advice of other comedians, entertainers, managers, agents and bookers.
<P>Barnhart's film career has really been gaining steam as he stars in the documentary, Finding The Funny with Brad Garret and Louie Anderson and plays a rather disgruntled, road weary and carefree comedian in the upcoming comedy film, Tribute To Fluffy. Don can also be seen playing a psychotic mad man in the new web series Max Justice. Earlier this year, Barnhart wrapped production on the cannabis comedy Reefer Rendum and is currently in preproduction on the new comedy film, The Freeloader, which he wrote and stars in. The movie will begin shooting in Las Vegas at the end of 2015 and is based on Barnhart's book of the same name.