Your chance to ask Bob Zany the tough questions face to face is getting close. Questions like “Is Bob your real name?” A special screening of Close But No Cigar, the documentary
about Bob’s career, will be seen at the Fire Hall Theatre in Grand Forks at 7:30 Wednesday evening, November 7. (It’s easy to remember because it’s the day after the election. You know about the election, right? It’s been in all the papers.)
Anywho, following the screening Bob will be conducting a question and answer session with the audience. You may even get the chance to be among the first to hear some of the new material Bob is working on.
It’s all taking place, by the way, on Bob Zany Day in Grand Forks as proclaimed by Grand Forks Mayor Doctor Michael Brown. No joke. In the twenty years Bob has been performing in Grand Forks, he has done a great deal for the community, raising money and awareness for flood relief, the Altru Cancer Center, the Salvation Army and on and on. Finally, he’s being recognized for it.
Tickets for the screening are just ten dollars and available at the door November 7. Seating is limited at the Fire Hall, though, so….
Then, Bob and comedienne Zan will be appearing at the Muddy Rivers Ballroom of the Guesthouse Inn in Grand Forks Friday and Saturday night. It’s going to be quite the week.