Kivi Rogers and "The Great Omar"

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Kivi Rogers and "The Great Omar"
Friday, June 23, 2017 8:00 PM
J.R.'s Comedy Club, Valencia, CA
  • 18 & over
  • Two item minimum
 
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  • Ticket Price: $15.00
  • Door Time: 6:00 PM
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    Two items minimum
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Kivi Rogers:

The second youngest of six boys and one girl, and growing up in the Pueblo Del Rio housing projects life was never a bore. Whether it was watching the cops beat somebody down, gang members shooting at rival gangs, or he and his best friend Jerome rolling a log on to the railroad tracks and derailing a train. There was never a dull moment. Always the class clown and neighborhood prankster he never thought comedy would be his calling. However, after earning a degree in electronics, and landing a position with a reputable firm in Orange County, Ca his antics finally caught up with him. His co-workers, tired of being the butt of his jokes, finally coaxed him into taking his act to the stage. He did, and won his very first comedy competition after which he turned off his disk drive and said goodbye to the 9 to 5. Since then Kivi's star has continued to rise. He showcased at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado after which he landed a development deal with Castle Rock Entertainment to star in his own sitcom. He has also appeared on The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno. In 1998 Kivi was nominated for comedian of the year at the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA). He's also had guest appearances on such shows as The West Wing, Everybody Loves Raymond, VIP, Diagnosis Murder, and Dharma and Greg to name a few. Kivi has also appeared in the Mira Sorvino, Lisa Kudrow feature film Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion, and with Academy award winners Mercedes Ruehl, and Cloris Leachman in The Amati Girls.

The Great Omar:

For the past ten years, magician and comedian Omar Covarrubias has delighted audiences throughout the greater Los Angeles area. At nineteen, his fascination with the art of illusion compelled him to perform on the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica. As a street performer, the magician learned to engage spectators from all walks of life. He attributes his current success to time spent performing his first tricks in the open-air. He fine-tuned his routine in these earlier days, prior to taking the show indoors. As Covarrubias quips, "there is no fourth wall on 3rd Street!”

Over the years, Covarrubias appeared at open-mic nights and weekly magic events, such as Magic in the Valley. He traveled to Las Vegas to perform on the strip and continued entertaining at places like 3rd Street and farmers markets. As he further developed his style, Covarrubias segued from magic shows to the Los Angeles comedy circuit - a transition that was encouraged by Rudy Moreno, the "godfather" of Latin comedy. Moreno, who has hosted the Latin Comedy Showcase at the Ice House Comedy Club for twelve years, was highly impressed with Covarrubias' top-notch performance.

"In all my years I have seen comedians, magic, and performers, no one has grabbed my attention like Omar Covarrubias," Moreno says. “His style and his down-to-earth likability is what captured not only mine, but the audience’s attention.”

Soon after Moreno was exposed to the young magician, Covarrubias made his first appearances at the Ice House, Hollywood Laugh Factory, House of Blues, and other notable clubs. Covarrubias' routine is not traditional; he incorporates vaudevillian comedy and musical bits while calling forth constant audience participation. The versatile quality of his show allows him to appear in a variety of forums, including community festivals, fundraisers, and sideshow-type showcases. When Covarrubias appears at office parties or private events, the reaction is overwhelmingly favorable. He often brings his audience in on his jokes, only to surprise them moments later. The magician's warmth and charisma puts the crowd at ease, and expectations are increasingly surpassed as the show unfolds.

All the while, Covarrubias' priority is to ensure that everyone enjoys the experience. "At a party, I always wanted to be the one to break the ice," he explains. "When people are staring at each other, I was the one to say, 'Come on guys, let's do something!' Similarly, my job as a performer is not done until everyone is smiling and laughing."

The active and ambitious Covarrubias continues to appear throughout the Los Angeles area. As he prepares for the next show, he is always looking for unexpected opportunities and avenues to share his humor and magic.

Announcement

Starting Jan 6-7, J.R.'s Comedy Club will be moving locations. 
Our new address will be:

25848 Tournament Road
(inside J.J.'s Bar and Grill)
Valencia, CA



J.R.'s Comedy Club
25848 Tournament Rd
Valencia, CA 91355
Telephone: (661) 259-2291
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Friday 8pm

Cover
$15 or $20
and occasional Special Event Prices

We begin seating for Dinner + Show: starting two hours before showtimes
giving ample time for an enjoyable dining experience.

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an extra $12.99

Saturday
 
8pm
Occasionally 7:00 and 9:00
for Special events

Dinner and Show

If you plan to join us for dinner, please indicate when purchasing tickets and arrive between 6:00 and 6:30 p.m. you can pay for food and drinks when you arrive. If you are interested in the show only, please arrive at 7:30 p.m. Just as a reminder, we are located inside JJ's Bar and Grill 

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