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April 2016

April 1-2 – Bob DiBuono


From MTV, Spike, The E! Entertainment
Also Featuring Laura Hayden and Eric Haft

Bob DiBuono is a master of characters and voices, which he melds with an offbeat sense of humor and expert timing, to turn ordinary life experiences into a night of uproarious laughter. Bob has been seen on MTV, E! Entertainment Network and Spike TV, and he’s been heard on “The Opie and Anthony Show”. He’s a regular at all the best comedy clubs in NYC, Las Vegas, Atlantic City … and Springfield NJ, of course.

April 8-9 – Ophira Eisenberg


From NPR, The Moth. Author of Screw Everyone
Also Featuring Imagine

Ophira Eisenberg is the host of NPR’s Ask Me Another.
A familiar face in the comedy world, Eisenberg moved to New York in 2001 from Canada and performs stand-up regularly at comedy clubs in the city as well as headlines across the United States, Canada and Europe. She tours as a host and storyteller with The Moth and is featured on The Moth Radio Hour and podcast.
Selected as one of New York Magazine’s “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and featured in the New York Times as a skilled comedian and storyteller with a “bleakly stylish” sense of humor, Ophira has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central, The Today Show, VH-1 and more.
Her debut memoir, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamy, was recently optioned by Zucker Productions for a feature film

April 15-16 – Rich Shultis


From the Mayhem and Madness Tour, Ralphie May Show
Also Featuring Erik Terrell and Mike Warsaw

Although Rich now makes New York City his home, he is originally from Kingston, NY(the first capital of New York) where he grew up as a small town scurvy kid with eight brothers and two step sisters. Though getting started in the standup comedy world at a relatively advanced age, he quickly moved up through the ranks due to his vast life experience, hard work, professionalism and most importantly, his outrageously funny material. Starting out at open mics in NYC and any other venue with a stage and a microphone (and some without either) that would allow him to perform, Rich quickly caught the eye of club managers, owners, booking agents and producers. In just a few short years he has become a regular at many of the major NYC comedy clubs. He has also performed at venues throughout the country sharing the same stage with the likes of Jim Gaffigan, Dean Edwards, Ted Alexandro, Tom Shilue, Rich Voss, Joe Matarese and Dave Attell to name a few. Rich has established himself as a reliable and professional comedian with the reputation of always bringing his “A” game. Whether hosting, performing a guess spot or featuring, he can always be counted on to do a great job, leaving the audience in stitches and wanting more. Rich’s comedy covers a broad and diverse spectrum. Anything from real life experiences (and he has had them all) such as doing jail time, having a son at twenty one, broken relationships, being beat up by his retarded brothers and gay classmates, to current events, common human experiences and emotions, not to mention the absurd and bizarre ideas that pop into his warped mind, no subject or material is out of bounds or beyond his reach. Delivering his material with a combination of truth and artfulness, Rich has won over a wide array of different audiences. Not only making them laugh but, leaving them shaking their heads “Yes”. He has performed the late spots at NYC comedy clubs to Church shows and everything in between, including bars, restaurants, banquets, proms, colleges, hospitals, nursing homes, bachelor and bachelorette parties, high schools and colleges just to name just a few. Wait; that actually might be all of them. Anyhoo, he has performed in front of audiences of all races, religions, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientation with the same degree of success. Rich is truly a versatile and well rounded comedian. As one of the co-founders of “The Mayhem and Madness Comedy Tour”, Rich has also produced and performed on numerous shows that raise money for worthy causes including Saint Jude’s Hospital, fire and police fund raisers and The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Thanks for taking the time to read this self absorbed garble but, it’s all TRUE!!!!!

April 22-23 – Coleman Green


From Comedy Central, Show Time, The NFL Network
Also Featuring Scott Friedman

Coleman Green, whose notoriety in the Philadelphia comedy scene has quickly increased his comedic opportunities.  You probably recognize him as the Pink Pixel on Cablevision commercials.  Don’t miss the next comedian to emerge from Philadelphia’s comedy scene – Coleman Green ~ He’s Damn Funny!   With a little more than three years of stand-up experience he’s now a featured Headliner.   Coleman has proven to club owners and bookers that true talent wins over experience. Follow Coleman’s edgy comedic adventures, as he unveils his life, loves, family and the world in a style that has audiences all over “cracking the &#%# up”. Coleman is definitely stardom on the rise.


From SNL, The Tonight Show and on Broadway “Hairspray”
Also Featuring Carolann Valentino

With an inspired blend of lunacy that includes physical humor, impersonations, stylized caricatures of nightclub singers and his signature “man on the street” interviews. Emmy Award winner KEVIN MEANEY has been one of the country’s most popular standup comedians for more than 25 years. Tom Shale’s of the Washington Post said, “Picture the precocious love child of Jonathan Winters and Ethel Merman and you have some idea of Kevin Meaney’s act.” Making people laugh has always been a top priority for Kevin. From his early years doing standup comedy in San Francisco and Boston he’s amassed an impressive list of credits along the way. His first HBO special in 1986 catapulted him to the forefront of the comedy scene. In 1987 Kevin made his debut appearance on, “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson and was invited by Johnny to join the guest panel. Since his first appearance Kevin has returned to the show a dozen times. He was a special guest on Saturday Night Live and has appeared on Letterman, Regis, Oprah and Conan. Kevin is also an accomplished actor, having starred in the CBS sitcom, “Uncle Buck” which ran for a full season. In addition, he has done numerous guest appearances on both sitcoms and dramas. He also had a featured role in the movie ‘Big”. In 2006, Kevin expanded his acting repertoire to appear in the Broadway production of Hairspray as The Male Authority Figure, playing five roles – Mr. Pinky, Harriman F. Spritzer, The Principal, The Cop and the Flasher. Kevin is also a successful writer and producer. He wrote and produced and starred in a one-man autobiographical play titled, Wedding Vows in Vegas which premiered at the prestigious U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado before going on to a successful summer run in Boston at the Hasty Pudding Theatre. Steve Martin called it, “The most innovative, heart-rending and funny show I’ve seen in a long, long time.” Known for drawing upon his family relationships for much of his material, Kevin has made such lines as “That’s not Right” and “We’re Big Pants People” and “We’re going to lose the house” (delivered in the tremulous voice of his mother) catch phrases for hilarity. An evening with Kevin is a trip to the funhouse and one laugh escalates into a bigger one and good-hearted humor prevails. So, Big Pants People of the world unite…your leader is here, his name is Kevin Meaney and he’s on a mission of mirth. Kevin is currently living in New York with his daughter Kate.