Courtesy of: Aruba Daily
After rave reviews and packed crowds, three comedians from New York will make their triumphant return to the stage at the Westin Resort and Casino in the High Rise Area every night from Tuesday July 2nd to Sunday July 7th. The shows will start at 9pm. Doors will open at 8pm.
“After three decades of seeing nearly every comedy show on Aruba, Ray and his friends made me laugh like no other; it is one of the best,” declared The Morning News journalist Rosalie Klein.
“Aruba Ray’s Comedy Show” is hosted by comedian Ray Ellin. The ninety-minute event will feature Ellin and fellow comedians and television veterans Brian Scott McFadden and Chuck Nice.
“I love Aruba. I first came about 16months ago, and have returned every month since. It’s an amazing island. Brian and Chuck now love it too,” said Ellin.
“We had incredible audiences last time we performed here, and a fantastic time at the Westin. We’re really looking forward to more great shows. And besides getting more fish tacos, I promised the other comedians that I would show them the Natural Pool and the Bridge.”
Ellin is an accomplished performer, having appeared on numerous television programs including those on Comedy Central, NBC, ABC, and CBS, and is the host of the new “Gong Show Live,” a resurrection of the classic 70’s television show. He also produced the very successful film “The Latin Legends of Comedy.”
Brian Scott McFadden was recently on “The Late Show with David Letterman” and the “Craig Ferguson show,” and will be appearing in the upcoming Ben Stiller movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.”
Chuck Nice is a New York radio star and recognizable face; he has been on countless television shows, from VH1’s “Best Week Ever” to NBC’s “Today Show” to Tru Tv’s “World’s Dumbest” to his own show on HGTV.
All three comics perform regularly in New York City.
Tickets for the shows are $40 per person, with a special for locals at $25 per person, and can be purchased in the Westin lobby at the Concierge desk. The price includes $40 of slot Free Play in the Westin Casino. You can make an evening out of the event with 3-course dinner package at Westin’s Pago Pago (3 course meal plus 2 show tickets and $80 in Free slot play for $139 per couple plus 17% service charge) or Café Baci (3 course meal plus 2 show tickets and $80 in Free slot play for $99.00 per couple plus 17% service charge). Seating is first come first serve. The shows are intended for an adult audience.
A full bar and food menu will be available. For more information call the Westin Resort and Casino at 586-4466.