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Kevin Smith yuks it up at the Wilbur

“American Idol” finalist Siobhan Magnus (center) and Kevin Smith (right).

“American Idol” finalist Siobhan Magnus (center) and Kevin Smith (right).

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Ben Affleck’s good buddy Kevin Smith, best known for directing such indie classics as “Clerks” and “Chasing Amy,” is enjoying a second act as a comedian-raconteur, and he brought his storyteller shtick to the Wilbur Theatre Saturday. Among those saying hello to the heavy-set hockey lover backstage were Barnstable-bred “American Idol” finalist Siobhan
Magnus
, construction kahuna Jay Cashman and his wife, producer-
actress Christy Cashman, and Wilbur boss Bill Blumenreich.

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