Freeport, Grand Bahama Island – The 2nd Annual NYC Comedy Club event put on by The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society commenced Friday March 12th 2010 at The Treasure Bay Casino to a standing room only crowd.
Midway through the show comedian Ray
Ellin came on stage to do his routine, it was at this point during the evening that uncontrollable bouts of spontaneous laughter erupted far beyond even what Ray anticipated as he proceeded to concoct an impromptu routine that featured the duo of twin brothers who are, amongst other things, the principals behind the proposed
Yellowfin Tuna Net Fishing venture on Grand Bahama Island (The Bahamas Pelagic Aquaculture Tuna Fishing Program).
Unbeknownst to Ray, he haphazardly connected with the audience with irony and humor that resounded across the length and breadth of this island and beyond. In his routine, Ray probed the twin brothers with questions like: What kind of work do you do? Are you some kind of mobsters? On and on he went amidst uncontrollable laughter so unfathomable to him that he finally bellowed: WILL SOME ONE TELL ME WHAT’S GOING ON?
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For more info on the NYC Comedy club event and The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society Click HERE.
Ray Ellin has been honoured as one of the “Ten Standout Stand-Ups Worth
Watching” by Back Stage magazine. He is the popular host of LateNet
with Ray Ellin, the first live comedy/variety show to combine both
in-studio and interactive online audiences. The show features A-list
celebrities, top comedians, and musical guests including Chevy Chase,
Hank Azaria, Leonard Nimoy, Paul Shaffer, Fran Drescher, and many more.
In addition to
Ray Ellin', Ray has also been the host and
writer of the syndicated television shows The Movie Loft Premium TV, and
"I had a blast doing the shows in Grand
Bahama, and best of
all it was for a great cause. The crowds were fun and
smart and enthusiastic. And of course I had a pretty
interesting experience during Friday night's show (laughs). Everyone was
friendly and our hotel was terrific. I
loved swimming with the dolphins and para-sailing; and the food was
better than I thought it would be. I can't wait to go back to Freeport
more shows and fun!" said Ellin.