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Admittedly, Springsteen on Broadway is less a concert than a monologue—delivered by a master jokester and storyteller—accompanied by music.
THE REOPENING OF SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY BROUGHT BROADWAY OUT OF HIBERNATION—AND ONE PACKED THEATER INTO A BRIGHTER FUTURESTEPHANIE ZACHAREKJUNE 28, 2021TIME
Those close to Sánchez described him as a charismatic storyteller and jokester who filled every room with his presence.
PABLO SÁNCHEZ, LONGTIME WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT AND PRODUCER FOR UNIVISION, DIES OF COVID-19STEVE THOMPSONMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Soon, the trend had migrated to Twitter, where jokesters took their best shots.
SEA SHANTIES ARE HERE TO SAVE USTRAVIS ANDREWSJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Whether it was a jokester or kid, but I have a lamp over the light.
WARREN COMMISSION (11 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
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WORDS RELATED TO JOKESTER

  • card
  • clown
  • comedienne
  • comic
  • cutup
  • entertainer
  • jester
  • joker
  • jokesmith
  • jokester
  • satirist
  • stand-up comic
  • wisecracker
  • wit
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