Jay Harris Reviews
- Avg 4.5 | 15 Reviews
- Comedian from Chicago, IL
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15 Reviews for Jay Harris
Review by Keri S.
Corporate FunctionReviewed on June 1, 2015 From Oshkosh, WI
Review by Jennifer N.
BanquetReviewed on March 27, 2010 From Addison, IL
Review by Mike M.
Grand OpeningReviewed on March 17, 2010 From Keokuk, IA
Review by Delfina O.
Awards Night PartyReviewed on February 23, 2011 From Chicago, IL
Review by Malina S.
Corporate FunctionReviewed on May 12, 2011 From Sturtevant, WI
Review by Angie P.
Club EventReviewed on March 17, 2012 From Oakwood, IL
Review by Rodney S.
Restaurant EventReviewed on October 7, 2013 From Denver, IN
Review by Dan T.
Grand OpeningReviewed on September 28, 2013 From Muskegon, MI
Review by David R.
Birthday Party (Adult)Reviewed on November 14, 2015 From Madison, WI
Review by Mike H.
Graduation PartyReviewed on May 27, 2017 From Batavia, IL
Review by Amanda K.
EventReviewed on December 31, 2012 From Union Grove, WI
Review by Ashley C.
FundraiserReviewed on October 30, 2010 From Chicago, IL
Review by Mandi B.
Christmas PartyReviewed on December 4, 2010 From Shelby, MI
Review by Melinda N.
Christmas PartyReviewed on December 11, 2010 From Terre Haute, IN
Jay Harris:I have a corporate background, so I'm familiar with what's politically correct...unfortunately you can never tell when a particular joke or two will offend someone. I made sure to ask Melinda if certain words were ok to use....and none were used that she didn't approve...so I'm sorry that some jokes were misconstrued as inappropriate.
Review by Angie B.
PromReviewed on April 24, 2016 From Wabash, IN
Jay Harris:I drove 6 hours round-trip, from Chicago to Indiana, on my 46th birthday, for a 1 am show, and this is my thanks. For someone who was very unhappy with my performance, Angie seemed to be laughing the hardest. Per request, I didn't curse or use foul language at all. Just saying the words "hangover" or "sex " without being descriptive in any way- does not make it inappropriate. The topics discussed were not only suitable for this group, but can also be found on TV at all hours. I even asked her before the show if there were any ground rules and received her approval on one joke. Angie should be ashamed and embarrassed of herself for being a miserable human being.