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Comedian Brian Regan to perform Sept. 10

PULLMAN – Comedian Brian Regan is scheduled to perform  7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10, at WSU’s Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum.

 
The event will be part of the WSU Family Weekend/Future Cougar Day, that also includes the WSU vs. Montana State football game Sept. 11 at Martin Stadium in Pullman.
 
Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier rising comedians in the country,
with more than 20 appearances on “The Late Show with David Letterman” and regular visits with Conan O’Brien. His material features a balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, that relates to a wide age range.
 
“One of Regan’s claims to fame is that he works clean – no sexual humor, no R-rated language. The whole family can come to a Regan show, and while the kids may not get everything, they won’t hear anything their parents won’t want to explain.” – Rick Massimo, The Providence Journal.
 
Tickets for the performance will go on sale on Monday, Aug. 2, and will cost $35.50
($30.50 for WSU faculty, staff, and students). Tickets will be available through Beasley Coliseum box office or TicketsWest outlets, 800-325-7328.
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