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Rita Rudner
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AIR DATE: January 31, 2011

Rita Rudner has been on the Strip for more than ten years but it wasn't comedy that first brought her on stage. It was dance. This month Rita Rudner moved venues. After six years at Harrah's she is now performing at The Venetian. With the moves comes less shows, but that's something Rudner says she is happy about. We'll talk with Rita Rudner about her move to The Venetian and her future in Las Vegas.

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Rita Rudner, headliner, The Venetian
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    COMMENTS:
    I'm glad I caught this in the archives.

    She's a riot! I probably would have died laughing if she was on the Sex Ed program just before her segment. I trust she'll be a regular? (George Wallace is another great local comedian and SON guest.)

    I wonder which restaurant charged the $50 a glass for champagne which was served on what seemed to be a complimentary basis. $250 soup?

    Aunty PalinJan 30, 2011 15:33:28 PM
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