Greg Romero Wilson

Thu, Dec 30, 2021
Sat, Jan 1, 2022

Greg Romero Wilson

with Steven Roberts

"Greg Romero Wilson is funnier than any comic out there today. He says things no one else will say, and he says them loud! He might possibly be the wildest comic ever!" -Greg Gutfeld, editor-in-chief, STUFF MAGAZINE.

"Greg Romero Wilson"... he's MAD, BAD and DANGEROUS TO KNOW! ...His show will leave you dying on the floor with laughter... Keep the kids at home and prepare yourself to be fully entertained." -Robert A. George, NY Post.

Introducing... The Mexican Megaphone... The Monster Truck of Stand-Up... The Comedy Tsunami... GREG ROMERO WILSON!!! Forget the abdominizer, quit the crunches and spend and evening with TGW. Shining a blinding light on everything from the mundane to the cocaine, Wilson's fearless performances leave audiences with aching faces, burning abs and screaming for more! It's the return of SEX, DRUGS AND ROCK-HARD COMEDY!!!

Greg is a regular on "FOX's Red Eye" and has been seen on "Modern Family" "Ugly Betty", "Bones" and the Paris Hilton Movie "The Hottie & The Nottie".

Steven Roberts

Steven Roberts is the resident host for The Marsha Warfield Experience, at L.A. Comedy Club at the Stratosphere Casino in Las Vegas, NV. He co-hosts the new podcast Video Jokers with comedian Kristeen von Hagen. Steven earned much attention and respect in the Las Vegas comedy scene as the host and producer of the highly regarded, underground, new-material-only show, THE STOOL. He also produced and hosted the very popular L.A. Comedy Club Roast Battles in Vegas. In February 2018, Steven won runner-up at the Los Angeles-based US Comedy Contest, held at the world-famous Ice House Comedy Club.

A resident of Las Vegas, Steven has performed at clubs and showrooms throughout the Vegas Strip including L.A. Comedy Club, Las Vegas Live, The Laugh Factory, and The Improv; and throughout the country including Zanies, The Improv, and Loonees Comedy Corner. He was proud to be the host for The World Series of Comedy 2014, touring the U.S. and Canada. Originally from the desert southwest, he happily calls Las Vegas home with his husband of fourteen years, Joseph, and their dogs, Hamlet and Egbert. His hilarious commentary on living in Vegas, being a latent Texan, and the joys of gay fatherhood delight audiences from all walks of life.