June 8–9, 2018
Our 27th Season
Comedy Nights, Concerts and Murder Mysteries
Each season we present several One Night Events like Interactive Murder Mysteries, Concert Performances, Comedy Nights and more. This listing will be updated regularly throughout the season. Currently scheduled for the 2017-2018 Season:
MICHAEL "MOTTS" PELAZZA
The Dressing Room Theatre
June 8 & 9, 2018 - 8pm
Stamford’s own funny man Michael “Motts” Pelazza shares his brand of observational and improvisational insanity in and absolutely side-splitting comedy. He’ll leave you breathless and crying - with laughter. Not one to miss.
See a little of what's in store for you by clicking here for a YouTube video presentation by "Motts."
Joining Motts June 8 will be Joe Callahan; on June 9, Billy Garan.
From the first time Joey Callahan saw Dick Van Dyke trip, he knew he wanted to work in comedy. As a comedy writer, Callahan has worked for Jay Leno, Jimmie "J.J." Walker, Harry Anderson and the national bestseller "If Women Ran Things." Joey has also won the Cable Ace Award. As a stand up comic, Joey has been seen on Comedy Central, and ESPN's "Lighter Side of Sports" and Fox TV. He has headlined comedy clubs and comedy festivals all over the world.The Philadelphia Inquirer called Joey "one of the most clever young comics on the comedy club scene today The Scottish free press has said, "Joey is out of the same confident Stand Up box as Jerry Seinfeld!".
Billy Garan began his career performing stand-up at Catch A Rising Star in New York City. He expanded his career by joining a comedy troupe called Funny Business which toured hundreds of colleges throughout the country. Billy's staggering list of impressions is demonstrated in his "Hollywood High" routine where he plays all the characters in a classroom of celebrity students, ranging from Truman Capote to Sylvester Stallone. He not only does the voices with superb accuracy, but also the mannerisms. Billy's high energy and machine gun style delivery have defined him as a unique talent having made him a valuable opening act for Robert Klein, Jay Leno, and Jerry Seinfeld. He has produced, written and performed numerous radio commercials and has been seen doing comedy on NBC, Showtime and A&E. His career as an actor has covered a wide range of appearances from ABC's "Phenom" & "America's Funniest People," NBC's "Saved by the Bell," & "California Dreams," Showtime's "Sherman Oaks," and an ABC pilot called "Worlds Apart."
Our 2017-18 Series of concerts:
FRANK MASTRONE & FRIENDS
The Kweskin Theatre
March 10, 2018 - 8pm
Frank is excited to perform his tenth consecutive yearly theatre concert at the Kweskin Theatre. He will again be joined by his friend and longtime musical collaborator Frank Spitznagel on piano. This year you might call the show: “From Carousel to Evan Hanson,” featuring a wide range of Broadway tunes, as well as American songbook classics and contemporary pop hits; all pulled together with reflections and stories of family and career.
The Dressing Room Theatre
April 21, 2018 - 8pm
INTERACTIVE MURDER MYSTERIES
Watch for our listing of new shows for the 2017-2018 season!