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April 6 – Special Event – Bobby Collins

One Night Only – Special Event $28
Your Chance to See A Legend

A Comic’s Comic
Comedian Bobby Collins has an ability to truthfully translate the human condition. Audiences across the country relate to his comedic characterizations as he exposes the humor of day-to-day situations as well as serving up resplendent rants on world events. His true dedication to his craft is what keeps his vibrant shows consistently sold out. A native New Yorker, Collins possesses a confidence and genuine everyman likeability that can only be earned.

As a professional stand-up comedian, he’s worked alongside friends, Chris Rock, Ray Romano and Drew Carey, as well as many others. He has appeared on legendary shows like Letterman, The Tonight Show with both Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno. With such skillful dissection of everyday life, he weaves his uproarious storytelling with effortless flair and charisma as he successfully dismantles any and all socioeconomic, race and age divides. Bobby currently has 5 CD’s, 3 DVD’s and a new special slated for early .

April 13-14 – Special Event – Bob Nelson

Special Event $25
From the Tonight Show, an Emmy Award Winner

Nelson began doing stand-up in comedy clubs while a theater student at Nassau Community College.  Nelson specializes in rubber-faced comedy characters. His most popular originals include Jiffy Jeff, a punch drunk prizefighter with a Gym in NYC; Eppy Epperman. Bob Nelson was Rodney Dangerfield’s opening act for eight years of Mr.Dangerfield’s career.  Bob was featured in two of Rodney’s HBO stand-up comedy showcases, alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Rosanne Barr, Rita Rudner and Bob Saget. That led to two HBO specials starring Bob Nelson, including “Nelson Schmelson”.  Bob considers Rodney his ‘Comedy Godfather’. Nelson was also in a comedy group called “The Identical Triplets” with Eddie Murphy and Rob Bartlett. Nelson has appeared several times on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and various other talk
shows, such as David Letterman.  While he formerly incorporated profanity into his act, Nelson now works clean. He cites a meeting with Red Skelton, in which Skelton convinced him to stop using swear words. Since that meeting, Nelson claims he hasn’t sworn while performing. Bob won an Emmy Award in Philadelphia for a children’s show he wrote and starred in, called “Double Muppet Hold the Onions”.  He also had supporting roles in Nora Ephron’s directorial film debut This is My Life with Julie Kavner and Ivan Reitman’s Kindergarten Cop with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Bob also starred in the Zucker Brothers films Airplane!, The Naked Gun, and Brain Donors, the 1992 update of the Marx Brothers’ comedy A Night at the Opera. In the latter film, Nelson plays what would have been the Harpo Marx part.


April 20-21 – Mike Storck

From Sirius XM, Boston Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull

Rarely taking things at face value, even the most ordinary of topics are spun into new directions that only his creatively warped mind could envision. Mike always keeps audiences on their toes by being about as predictable as a car thief whose options are running out. He is the comedic wheelman, taking audiences
on a conceptual joyride fueled by an overactive imagination. Along the way, they find humor on every corner, and taboos thrown into a ditch like a drifter with no money for gas.


Mike Storck started his stand up comedy career in 1998, in his hometown of Baltimore, at an open mike with a broken microphone and a frayed notepad. His act developed at an incredible rate, and within the first few months he quickly started catching the eyes and ears of club owners and comics in the stand up circuit. Since then he has honed his skill for working with an audience and generating tons of fresh original A-list material.


After moving to New York City, he was quickly recognized as a comedic talent to be reckoned with, making a name for himself in the circuit as a strong writer with the performance skills to match. Storck has performed at the Boston Comedy Festival, the Asheville Comedy Festival, the Prince Edward Island Festival, and the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, GA. He was a contributing writer for “The Complete Idiotʼs Guide to Jokes” and the book “Kiss Your Butts Goodbye.” In 2007 he was the Mid-Atlantic winner of “HBOʼs Lucky 21” contest. He has been heard on the Nationally Syndicated “Bob and Tom” radio show, the Canadian radio show and podcast “Whatʼs So Funny” and is a regularly featured comic on XM Satellite Radio.Velocity Magazine called him, “…funnier than a rubber crucifix.” The Ottawa Comedy Resource stated, “…Mike tore the room apart with stunningly good, original and smart stuff. He may very well be the best act on the “alternative” circuit…” and “…delivered cleanly without pretense or exaggerated character, heʼs just being himself, if itʼs rehearsed it doesnʼt show.” Sén magazine said, “… Storck had my guts spilling out of my splitting sides…”

Mike continues to work the comedy club circuit across the United States and Canada, continually writing and performing new material.