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Bo Burnham Returns to Happy Valley

Stand-up comedian and singer/songwriter Bo Burnham will bring his unique comedy act back to the State Theatre on Tuesday, October 22nd. 

At just 23 years old, Burnham is already a well accomplished comedian, having performed his own hour-long special on Comedy Central titled Words, Words, Words. This will be Burnham’s 3rd appearance in Happy Valley, following his most recent show at the State Theatre in December 2010. His new show, titled What – A new live comedy show thing, has been in the works for two and a half years, and according to Burnham, “It better be good.”

Tickets are just $30 and are on sale now at the State Theatre box office, online at www.thestatetheatre.org, or at by phone at (814) 272-0606.

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