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The Sunday Comics
Featuring 3 of Long Island’s Best Comedians!
Sunday June 30th - 7:30pm
Rich Walker - Long time veteran of Quality Stand-Up Comedy and one of the most versatile performers we have today. Voted "1st Place WINNER" of the BEST OF L.I. 2011 & 2012 by the Long Island Press 2 Years in a Row !! Rich has been seen performing at some of the Country's top comedy clubs, colleges, venues & benefit events. Rich has been delighted & honored to share the stage with some of show business's biggest names such as Ray Romano, Kevin James, Dom Irrera and Johnny Maestro the Brooklyn Bridge. He is also a proud co-founder and current professor of Stand-Up University, a school designed for the teaching of fine Stand-Up Comedy on Long Island. A true blue modern day Entertainer! Rich makes fun of the everyday predicaments we all get ourselves into, from odd shopping situations to marriage & kids. In Rich Walker you'll see a little Lou Costello with a twist of Buddy Hackett. He's a throw-back to when showbiz performers were "fun loving" entertainers.
Eric Haft - Appeared at Caroline’s on Broadway, Standup New York, Broadway Comedy Club, Governor’s, Brokerage Comedy & Cabaret as well as many other venues around the country. His unique blend of comedy and theatre, as well as his take on everyday life, has made him one of the East Coast’s most sought after personalities in the industry. Don’t miss this original entertainer and his cast of zany characters!
Stevie GBis an awardwinning stand-up comedian, playwright and actor. He has been performing on stage for over 20 years and been featured at The Borgata, Catch A Rising Star, and Stand-Up NY. Stevie has headlined in comedy clubs on Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. He is a regular on The Long Island Comedy Festival, with shows at Theater Three, Westhampton PAC, The Paramount,& many other large theaters. Stevie wrote, directed & produced a 90 minute One Man Show and has written 12 one-act plays, which were produced at various NYC play festivals. His full-length play "Vampires Suck, The Musical" was produced Off-Broadway at the NYC Fringe Festival.