Comedy by Nasr Abu Ali Owaynat Jan. 10 at Riddles

Comedy by Nasr Abu Ali Owaynat Jan. 10 at Riddles
When:
January 10, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
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Where:
Riddles Comedy Club
5055 W 111th St
Alsip
IL 60803

Comedy by Nasr Abu Ali Owaynat Jan. 10 at Riddle

Chicagoland Palestinian American comedian Nasr Abu Ali Owaynat will be performing comedy at the renown Chicagoland comedy club Riddles on Jan. 10, 2019.

Owaynot is the son of longtime Chicago area Palestinian activist Mustafa Owaynat and his comedy is both edgy and hilarious.

Click here to get more information on his comedy performances, and view some of his comedy clips, or look Abu Ali up on Facebook at Abu Ali Comedy.

Abu Ali Owaynot comedy poster

Nasr Abu Ali Owaynat

Abu Ali was born to a Palestinian American immigrant and an American mother from Kentucky. He started doing comedy at the age of 25 and has been entertaining audiences around the country to break through the stereotypes that the American public often has of Arabs and Palestinians.

Click here to read a profile feature on Abu Ali published at Palestine in America online magazine.

He says that in addition to making audiences laugh and new entertained, he hope that his performance and humor “help make a difference” to make a better world.

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