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April

April 23-24 – Jeff Norris


Also Featuring Renee DeLorenzo

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Jeff Norris was a radio regular on “Opie & Anthony”, and The Jersey Guys” (101.5) and has peformed in every major club in the country, including extended stays in Las Vegas. He recently earned top honors at the Los Angeles Comedy Festival! Norris is a gifted celebrity impersonator and was the voice of “The Sweet Side” in the Kelloggs Frosted Mini Wheat commercials. He’s appeared on Saturday Night Live and in the movies “Anger Management” and “My Super Ex-Girlfriend”. Jeffs dramatic credits include “Prison Break”, “The Sopranos”, “Law & Order”, and “OZ”. In spite of all his accomplishments, this boy from Garwood is most at home delivering jokes in front of a live Jersey audience just like he’s doing at THE COMEDY COVE on NEW YEARS EVE!

Renee’ DeLorenzo is one of the most likeable and quick-witted comedians on the circuit. Her high energy observations about family, marriage, sports and everyday life are witty, unconventional and hysterical. Renee is a regular performer in Las Vegas and Atlantic City and has been seen in numerous TV commercials.

 

April 30-May 1 – Pat Dixon


From NY Crime Report, Compound Media, VH1
Also Featuring Susan Golden

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Pat Dixon is an experienced standup who has been seen in his own half hour special (Comedy Central), as a cast member on Vh1’s Best Week Ever and The Late, Late Show (CBS). Earlier this year, Dixon appeared on Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening, on which he found the comedy in the story of an ex-girlfriend who was arrested (and later convicted) for his attempted murder after following him to an IHOP restaurant with a gun and ambushing him in the parking lot.  Dixon is also the host of The New York City Crime Report, a true crime podcast which has featured comedy based on tabloid crime stories from the NY Post since 2011. He also hosts 2 shows on Anthony Cumia’s Compound Media (Crime Report and TRUMP) which broadcast LIVE each week.

Pat Dixon’s style is interactive and fun, and while his stand-up is far from typical, his show can be enjoyed and appreciated by any kind of person. His stuff about his wives (current and past) and casual observations about relationships make this show perfect for couples – whether it’s a first date or a 50th anniversary – but families, loners, office parties and bachelorettes are all encouraged to come and laugh, because there’s something for everybody.

Some of his over-the-top observations and surprising punchlines would qualify for an R-rating, but his ease on stage and obvious respect for the audience take the edge off. He’s just a funny guy, and what he does is appreciated by comedy nerds, casual fans and even people who don’t tend to like stand-up comedy at all.
He’s performed in theaters, comedy clubs and bars in (almost) every state and earned a reputation as “a rare comedian who can say everything that’s on his mind without pissing everybody off.”