A BLAST FROM THE PAST AT THE WONDER BREAD YEARS
OSKALOOSA, IA — Lawn Jarts, Pop Rocks, Easy Bake Ovens, Space Food Sticks, riding in the way back of a station wagon – any of that sound familiar? Then you won’t want to miss the show that Jerry Seinfeld called “milk-snorting funny” – The Wonder Bread Years! At the George Daily Auditorium in Oskaloosa for one night only, the Wonder Bread Years pays tribute to the Baby Boomer Generation in a hilarious combination of stand-up comedy and theatre.
Join Pat Hazell, declared one of the five funniest people in America, on Monday, September 30th at 7:30 p.m. for a night of storytelling and laughter that will leave audiences savoring the past as never before. Hazell draws on his own experiences growing up to tell funny stories about family road trips and bad Halloween costumes that will delight even young audiences.
“We as a community share more in common than we have differences,” said Hazell. “It is my hope that I am not sharing my life story but our life story.”
Hazell was one of the original writers on NBC’s Seinfeld and a Tonight Show veteran. He is recognized for his genuinely funny Americana humor and his salute to nostalgia.
The Wonder Bread Years will run approximately 90 minutes with one intermission and costs $20 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets, including group discounts, are available through the George Daily boxoffice at (641) 672-0799 or online at www.georgedaily.org. This performance is sponsored by Clow Valve Company.