Stevie Starr "The Regurgitator" Performs Free Show

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With house keys, engagement rings, billiard balls, and light bulbs all a part of his act, there are very few things that Stevie Starr won't throw down his gullet. Once down the shoot, the items come right back up, completely intact.

Known internationally as "The Regurgitator," Starr has taken his "gastroesophageal acrobatics" act to everyone from Howard Stern and David Letterman to Jimmy Fallon and the hosts of Britain's Got Talent. Tonight, Starr takes on Hollywood... Florida, that is, with a free show at Seminole Casino Hollywood. 

Ticket's for tonight's (Wednesday) show are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Seminole Casino Hollywood Player's Club. Visit the casino's Entertainment Pavilion (4150 N. State Road 7, Hollywood) at 8 p.m. for the free performance. Call 954-961-3220, or visit here.

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