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Filmed at Arcada, Joan Rivers' St. Charles show now on DVD

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  • Joan Rivers' taped St. Charles appearance at the Arcada Theatre is now available on DVD.

      Joan Rivers' taped St. Charles appearance at the Arcada Theatre is now available on DVD.

 
 

"Joan Rivers: Don't Start With Me"

Joan Rivers has been performing stand-up for many, many years. She took her act to St. Charles' Arcada Theatre last March to film a special, now out on DVD.

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