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John Caparulo returns to stand-up comedy in Las Vegas

Ohio-born John Caparulo has been bringing the laughs at Harrah’s Las Vegas with his Mad Cap Comedy residency since 2018 and while he waits for the show to return to action—likely to happen this summer—he’s kept busy with a creative animated side project for the web and as many live-and-in-person gigs as he can find. Fortunately, he’s found another local spot just off the Strip and fashioned a hybrid live-and-livestream show, Uncapped Comedy, that relies on interactivity with the audience. Cap talked to us about his series of shows at the Space, his Cartoon Comic videos and much more this week.
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Comedian John Caparulo gets animated on and off stage

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 | 2 a.m. Harrah’s Las Vegas headlining comedian John Caparulo decided to walk another path when his show and touring gigs were put on hold last year. Instead of turning to virtual stand-up shows with audiences connected via Zoom or other platforms, the Ohio-born entertainer kept working on developing his unique animated comedy project, “Cartoon Comic,” which can now be seen on YouTube, Facebook and at johncaparulo.com.
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Big this Week: Comic John Caparulo at the Space, Frances McDormand in ‘Nomadland’ and more

Bright colors, bold lines and haunting eyes greet viewers of the new exhibit by abstract artist Frédéric Bonin-Pissarro, the great-grandson of famous French impressionist Camille Pissarro. The younger Pissarro teaches art and design at UNLV when not creating “positive images dealing with spirituality, family friendship, connectivity and togetherness,” according to a press statement. Through May 1, Priscilla Fowler Fine Art Gallery, 1300 S. Main St. #110. Opening reception March 5, 6-10 p.m., free. –C. Moon Reed.