Randy tells it like it iz

Randy from Creston. - Submitted photo
Randy from Creston.
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Randy is giving Creston a bad name.

Come into a world of simple truths, good times, and poor impulse control. A world where “party” is spelled with a “d”, where the smoke is always thick and the riffs are always heavy. Come into the world of Randy. As an “altered ego” of Nelson based writer/performer Lucas Myers, Randy has been seen offering advice in various Pilotcopilot Productions including Dress, East, and Hello Baby. Now he is going to be sharing some of his redneck truisms in Randy from Creston: Tellin it Like it Iz, an entire evening dedicated to the Randster. Topics will range from "What Is a Redneck?" to "Why Hockey Still Matters (a Parable)" to "How to Actually Have Sex in a Canoe, Fer Real" as well as his recent conversion to becoming a dedicated Environmentalistic.’  Featuring original music and Myers' unique brand of observational humour, Randy’s no bull perspective makes for an evening of entertainment not to be missed! For more information visit www.pilotcopilot.com

Lucas Myers’ show will be on Saturday, April 26 at 8 p.m. at The Arts Station. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for youth and $20/$14 for non members. Tickets available at Freshies, Carosella, The Arts Station and online at www.randyfromcreston.eventbrite.ca

This show is rated PG-13 for Language and Adult Content.


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