Children 18 and under: $5 - $12.50 - $45. Adults $10 - $25 - $45.
Three of America’s funniest stand-up comedians (with numerous appearances on The Tonight Show, The Late Show, and The Daily Show) join forces to showcase their original brand of humor in an evening packed with punch lines, clever writing and hair trigger laughs. Starring Pete Lee, Tony Deyo and Pat Hazell (returning to The Reg after his performance of The Wonder Bread Years.)
Performance is 90 minutes without intermission. LINEUP SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
More about The Good Humor Men:
Pete Lee was the first stand-up comedian to get a standing ovation on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. And has performed at the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival here in Jamestown. Pete’s joyful humor comes from his Midwestern roots. His comic appearances include Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, FUSE TV’s Video on Trial, NFL Network’s Top 10’s, VH1’s Best Week Ever, Late Show with David Letterman and truTV’s Greatest Ever.
Tony Deyo (filling in for Pat McGann) is a stand-up comedian known most notably for his sharp, quick material and near-perfect comedic timing almost certainly gained from his years as a professional symphony musician. In 2013, he made his late night television debut on Conan. Within a year, he had added appearances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, and Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen. He performed at the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, was named one of the year's best by the New York Post, and can be heard regularly on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Tony is a frequent performer during Jamestown's Lucille Ball Comedy Festival every August.
Showtime declared Pat Hazell one of the five funniest people in America. His 30 years of experience as a writer, producer and director have made him a go-to guy for new American theater. Pat is one of the original writers for NBC’s Seinfeld, a veteran of The Tonight Show, a critically acclaimed playwright and a contributing commentator to National Public Radio. He is recognized for his genuinely funny Americana humor and his salute to nostalgia.
As a playwright, Pat’s first endeavor, Bunk Bed Brothers, was optioned by Columbia Pictures, then gained the attention of the TV industry and was filmed as the sitcom, American Pie, for NBC. Hazell’s signature work, The Wonder Bread Years, a grand salute to the baby-boomer generation, aired on PBS where they referred to Hazell as “America’s foremost pop culture anthropologist.” Currently, the live theatrical tour of The Wonder Bread Years is enjoying success across the US.
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