Festival Details - "Spring Break Comedy Show"...
Start: Saturday, March 21, 2020 6:30PM
End: Saturday, March 21, 2020 10:00PM
ONLY $40 for our Spring Break Comedy Show that includes: Four Comedians, a Sandwich Buffet, 50/50 Raffle, and a Cash Bar all evening. All to benefit a worthy cause, Family Promise of Warren County, a 501c(3) nonprofit offering a hand up, not a hand out. Family Promise of Warren County helps families to achieve sustainable independence, families right here in our own backyards. Featuring Mick Thomas - We are thrilled to announce that Mick Thomas is our headliner for our 10th annual comedy event, the Spring Break Comedy Night. It is sure to be an outstanding show. Mick is outrageously funny. After moving to NYC from his native Wexford, Ireland, Mick Thomas has blown away one club owner after another with his honest and genuinely original takes on American society and life as a young and dedicated family man. He has become one of the most sought after acts in Clubs and Casinos up and down the East Coast including The Borgata Hotel and Casino,Stand Up NY and The Comedy Cellar. Mick has performed with the biggest names in comedy including Dom Irrera, John Pinette, Jim Breuer and Greg Giraldo and recently tore it up in his debut on AXS TVs Gotham Comedy Live. Dont miss the chance to see this very funny man in action! Glen Jensen Glen Jensen is a writer, stand-up comic and TV/movie actor. As a comedian hes a regular in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Hes a past winner of the Philly's Funniest Comedy Competition!. Hes routinely featured on XM radio. His TV credits include comedy specials such as "Comedy at Club 54" and Comedy Show-N-Tell. Glen's hilarious mixture of Down Home views, wrapped in a cynical urban coating; keeps the normal folk on the edge of their seats, laughing. "Good Day Philadelphia" calls Glen "A uniquely funny laid back character.The Daily Phoenix says hes a one man Blue Collar Tour. His unique style and perfectly timed material have earned him opening spots for The Doobie Brothers, Al Jarreau and Spyro Gyra and fan demand that keeps him performing over 40 weeks per year. Alex Barnett Alex Barnett was a featured performer at the 2012 New Orleans Loving Festival, the 2015 Mixed-Remixed Festival in Los Angeles, and the 2016 Blend Conference at Cornell University. In June 2018, he appeared as a panelist on WNYCs Shades of Love: Color, Parenting and Telling Our Kids the Truth about Race part of its yearlong The Other Box Project. And, he's the co-creator of the comic strip, The Bronze Panther, about a four-year-old, biracial superhero. Alex has performed at clubs, colleges, and venues throughout the country. He has also appeared on the Katie Couric Show and John Fugelsangs Tell Me Everything on Sirius/XM Insight Radio, been featured on Sirius/XM Radios Raw Dog Comedy, and NBC's EVB Live, and in VH1.com, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, CNN.com, and amNewYork. Also, he's the co-founder and co-producer of the Jewish Fathers Comedy Tour as well as of Bottles of Laughs, Glass Half Full Comedy, The Diversity Show, The Manhattan Show, and After Hours Comedy, all of which are regularly-occurring shows at NYC's Gotham Comedy Club. And he's also a writer. Alex wrote a series of columns about his comedy career in a regularly-occurring column in The New York Daily News Money section. He has also been a frequent contributor to The Good Men Project, Beyond Black & White, and The Comic Bible. His comedic short story Lolas Christmas Gift was published in the 2008 issue of the literary journal, The Westchester Review. In his off-hours, he says that he spends as much time as he can with my wife and our son, Ivan, and they pretend to enjoy my company. Phil Sweet Phil Sweet was born, raised and educated in PA, moved to NJ in 1992 and began doing standup in 2009 after getting the best possible training - thirty years with a large corporation. His original takes on modern life and a world gone wacky will give you lots to think about and even more to laugh about. Phil produces comedy shows as the owner of Thalia Enterprises Comedy Productions and does standup on his own and as a member of The Uncommon Comedy Co., a stand-up comedy ensemble of 7 life experienced people who met in a comedy workshop. As a Producer, he originated and produces an annual comedy benefit show, now in its 7th year, which has generated more than $70,000 for Family Promise of Warren County NJ, a non-profit group providing homelessness prevention and support services. His other benefit show productions include: Sussex County Interfaith Hospitality Network Sparta, NJ Philipsburg NJ Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund Parkinsons Disease Foundation-Rockaway, NJ Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research-Philadelphia, PA Randolph public library-Randolph, NJ Piscataway public library-Piscataway, NJ USO Benefit - The Tuscany Bistro - Pluckemin, NJ As a standup comic, Phil has performed at locations throughout the Northeast including: Prime Time Comedy Club-Sayreville, NJ Contest winner - Catch A New Rising Star - April 2010 Cape May Comedy Festival Cape May, NJ Catch A Rising Star Comedy Club Princeton, NJ Cozzys Comedy Club Newport News, VA Gotham Comedy Club New York City New York Comedy Club - New York City Broadway Comedy Club - New York City Eastville Comedy Club New York City Winner Winter 2011 Eastvilles Next Headliner contest Laugh Lounge New York City Helium Comedy Club Philadelphia, PA Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival Plymouth, MA Scottys Comedy Cove Springfield NJ Timothys Exton PA and West Chester PA locations Wisecrackers Allentown PA
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