Jan 31, 2013 1:42 PM by Dan Shadwell

Stand-up comics to do benefit performance at PAC on Cal Poly campus

Three stand-up guys are coming to the Performing Arts Complex in SLO a week from Saturday, for the Rotary Club of San Luis Obispo de Tolosa's annual youth charity fundraiser.
In this week's Local Spotlight... Larry Miller, whom Jerry Seinfeld calls, "the funniest guy I know." Millerwill headline the show.
In one bit, Miller gives his take on politicians' lack of ability in matters budgetary.
"Let's break that down," Miller says. "I would like a Ferrari. I cannot afford a Ferrari. Therefore, I won't get one." He pauses. "Near as I can figure it, people in Washington say, "we would like a Ferrari. We cannot afford a Ferrari. Therefore, we'll take the red one."
Larry's frequently recognized from his TV and film roles, particularly the "Seinfeld" episode in which he plays the doorman giving Elaine fits.
But he's also appeared in more than 50 films, including "Pretty Woman," "Princess Diaries," and "Waiting for Guffman."
He'll be joined by Jake Johannsen and Pat Hazel--both talented stand-up comics and veterans of the late night show circuit.
All three will gather for "Cocktails with Larry Miller and Friends" at the PAC.
The show begins at 8pm on Saturday, February 9th.
Tickets range from $30-$75 and can be purchased at the Performing Arts Center box office at 805-756-4849 or online at www.pacslo.org.
We also have a link on our website at ksby.com.
Proceeds will benefit local youth programs as well as international projects like Rotary's "Polio Plus Program" to eradicate polio worldwide.



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