Gerry Grossman, known as “the Human Jukebox,” will have audience members laughing — and singing — during his Jan. 19 appearance at the Geneva Theater in downtown Lake Geneva. Photos courtesy Bonkerz Comedy Tour
LAKE GENEVA — HBO comedy veteran and national Bonkerz Comedy Tour member Gerry “The Human Jukebox” Grossman will perform at the Geneva Theater at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19.
Grossman is a one-man rock ’n’ roll comedy show with a repertoire of thousands of hits from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s.
Playing a variety of guitars, “Grossman takes requests, leads sing-alongs and plays finish-the-song-lyric with audiences, keeping everyone tuned in and laughing,” according to a news release. The opening act is Milwaukee comedian, Ryan Mason, who pokes fun at local neighborhoods and local celebrities such as Ryan Braun, Aaron Rogers and attorney David Gruber.
Both shows are considered R-rated due to strong language and adult topics. Beer, wine, nonalcoholic drinks, and concessions will be available.
Tickets are available at the Geneva Theater box office, 224 Broad St., or online at geneva4.com.