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Duo offers clean comedy at Clayton Opera House


CLAYTON – For people born before seat belts, safety helmets and Facebook, the "Baby Boomer Comedy Show" offers 90 minutes of fun and humor. The clean-comedy duo of Jan McInnis and Kent Radar bring a combined 30 years of experience to their performance at 7:30 p.m. today at the Clayton Opera House.
Comedians Jan McInnis and Kent Rader are fellow boomers who provide as many "aha" moments as "ha ha" moments when they focus their humor on topics everyone can relate to – work, family, do-it-yourself projects and much more. This 90-minute show will have audience members rolling in the aisles, and they may find themselves repeating the observations to co-workers, children – maybe even parents.
The comedy style of McInnis and Rader has been described as clean, clever and quirky. And since their comedy is clean, the whole family can enjoy it without being embarrassed by the subject matter.
McInnis has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post for her clean humor, and Rader is the winner of the Branson Comedy Festival and has been called the World's Cleanest Comedian. McInnis and Radar will cover territory to which the boomer generation can relate, including family, kids, work, dieting and aging.
The Clayton Opera House is located at 405 Riverside Drive in Clayton. Box office hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and one hour before all performances.
Tickets cost $20-$25, and  may be purchased at the Clayton Opera House Box Office, by calling 686-2200 or visiting www.claytonoperahouse.com
 
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