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Short Bus Heroes stops at Aurora Comedy Nights

POSTED: August 15, 2013 1:00 a.m.

A group of talented comedians with diverse styles and outlooks have banded together to put their comedic powers to good use rather than evil on stage at Aurora Comedy Nights this weekend.

The Short Bus Heroes Comedy Tour will perform at 7:15 and 9:15 p.m. Aug. 16-17 at the theater in Lawrenceville. Members of the Short Bus Heroes include Matt Mitchell, Jamie Bendall, James “JB” Blackwell and Kevin Mason. Katie Causey will host Aurora Comedy Nights.

Mitchell got his start as the “Casio Kid” on the nationally syndicated Rick and Bubba radio show. His big break came as an on-air correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. From life as small-town boy to his experiences in the bright lights of the big city and all the awkward situations in between, Mitchell keeps audiences engaged with his likable personality, quick wit and charming chubbiness.

Bendall is a name well-known in Atlanta comedy as co-owner of the legendary The Punchline Comedy Club. Bendall has been performing stand-up for the past 10 years but is a personal injury attorney, sometimes the jokes write themselves.

James “JB” Blackwell is a Dallas native and Atlanta-based comedian whose travels have taken him all across the United States as well as a couple of places around the globe. Known for his conversational delivery, willingness to chime in on any subject and charisma, Blackwell’s performances draw audiences into his world.

Kevin Mason’s first performance was to a sold-out audience at the The Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta and now he appears behind microphones all across the country.


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