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Featured at the Flyover Comedy Festival 2019, Boondogle is unlike anything you’ve seen before in a comedy show

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis comedy fans who need more Boondoggle in their lives, prepare to be happy. Episode 16, titled “Dead Men Die No Deaths” is out tonight!

Tonight at The Heavy Anchor in South City, head to Bevo Mill and just listen to the laughs out loud. Aaron Sawyer is bringing his comedy sketch back to town. Playing with Casey Paulsen, Sawyer’s show promises a unique take on stand-up comedy.

A comedy variety featuring the best and brightest in the local comedy scene, Boondogle offers a one-night-only show packed with original skits, video shorts, and special guests.

“Boondogle is one of my favorite comedy series,” said Josh Timbrook, owner of Heavy Anchor, “It’s very quirky and quirky.”

With comedy shows and venues popping up like breweries in St. Louis, seeing something unconventional on stage that promises more than just jokes can be an invitation for both casual and hardcore comedy fans. The Sawyer’s show has been on hiatus for two years, so expect a shipment of material when the show kicks off at 8 p.m. tonight.

Sawyer has been doing his part to energize the comedy scene for a long time under the Boondogle Show banner. Comics such as Justin Luke, Amy Milton, and Spencer Tegtmeyer – who recently won the Funny Bone St. Louis Comedy contest – have starred on the Sawyer show.

Featured at the Flyover Comedy Festival 2019, Boondoggle is unlike anything you’ve seen before in a comedy show, so you can be assured of originality tonight at The Heavy Anchor.

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and proof of vaccination and a mask are required for entry. In addition to Sawyer and Paulsen co-hosting the event, progressive rock band Serbaris will perform. Nashville comedian Cortney Warner will also take the stage. Again, something for everyone.

A few weeks before Christmas and before winter arrives, head to South City and get a little Boondoggle in your life. Find tickets and additional information on the Facebook page.

Javier E. Swan