May 27, 2022, 12:00 amDayton Funny Bone, The Greene, 88 Plum St #200, Dayton, OH 45440
Ticket Policy:We have two ticket options available2 Person Shared Table4 Person TableThe 2 Person Shared Table section is not a private table. You will be seated with other guests from a separate party at the same table.Seating is Now Done by the Date and Time of the Ticket Purchase/Reservation. You will be Assigned Tables by Purchase Date.If You Wish to Sit with Another Party. You Must Call the Box Office in Advance.All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Everyone must be 21 or older with valid ID to enter the showroom, unless otherwise stated.Comedian Leonard Ouzts, a native of South Carolina and current resident of Chesapeake, Virginia has been funny as long as he can remember. A young man that grew up in the country life of the south says that is what keeps him humble and allows him to appreciate the finer things in life. In high school, Leonard enjoyed playing football and during a road trip from the State Championships is when he knew he'd found his calling. Leonard joked everyone on the bus ride the entire time.Leonard was mentored by great Comedians such as Micah "Bamm Bamm" White, Bodacious, Angus Black, and Alycia Cooper. "My mentors have all taught me a ton of good information and always pick up the phone when I call," says Leonard.Leonard started doing comedy on a broader level in 2001 and began hitting the stage locally, then traveling the region. His act is primarily centered around everything from family, to current events, and the things he notices while walking down the street. Leonard takes an approach to comedy that is real and thought provoking all while having his audience spill over in laughter.Leonard has goals to entertain all across the country and take comedy by the horns. His long term aspirations include acting, major tours, and possibly writing a book about his experiences.?"I love entertaining, but what I found most gratifying is when I was 18 years old and performed a 5 minute set in a club in front of 125 strangers. At the end of the show, a 47 year old gentleman told me he lost his job and his home, but all my jokes somehow made him forget all that. That will stay with me forever."