Kojo Prince as seen on Showtime & Comedy Time Network, with Tim Millican
Kojo Prince comes from a long line of performers; Great Grandmother working in Vaudeville, Grandmother as an opera singer, and Mother (Falumi Prince) as a featured singer with Harry Belafonte. His first appearance as a Comedian was at the Village Gate in Greenwich Village, NYC in 1992. From that point on he knew where his heart lied, on stage performing in front of an audience. A constant professional that maintains his focus and pleasant demeanor off and on stage. All this is branded by three things that were taught to him by his late Mother; “above all, be professional, be polite and always be on time…because the show must go on.”
Admission: – Starting at $15 per person (depending on headline acts) – +2 item minimum purchase per person off the Lazy Mac’s Food & Beverage Menu – 18% gratuity added to all checks (standard) – Food Service will end a ½ hour before showtime – Cocktail service available during the show. Please note: – Guests should aim to arrive by 6:30pm – Seating is limited and tables cannot be moved. Food & Full Liquor bar: – Available through Lazy Mac’s Taco Shack & Tequila Bar. – All shows are 21+ and a valid government issued ID is required to enter. – Sales tax and services fees included in the ticket price – Please have a copy of the ticket(s) available to verify the name on the list.