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Catch Zoltan Kaszas in a virtual comedy show

Dan Webster

You still can't see live comedy in this enduring stage of the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, which is something the owners of the Spokane Comedy Club are bemoaning.

But the club is still offering virtual comedy shows.

At 8 p.m. on Saturday, the club will present a Zoom comedy special featuring comic Zoltan Kaszas. For a $10 fee, and a working Internet connection, you can enjoy the standup performance of a Hungarian-born guy who has won a number of comedy competitions and has been featured on the Dry Bar Comedy circuit (see embed below). 

The organizers promise to email a link to the show up to 75 minutes prior to its start. You can choose to watch from your web browser, or you can download Zoom for what they described as "ultimate viewing."

Click here to see a calendar of future Spokane Comedy Club dates.

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