The show runs tonight, Friday the 13th from 7pm to 8:30 pm and features lively and comical entertainment that everyone will enjoy.
Generously sponsored by Vermont State Employees Credit Union, tickets are only $5 and kids under 5 are free. Plus your program is filled with coupons from our Apres Art Sponsors so after the show and/or over the weekend you can stop in for a little local wining and dining!
Tom Murphy, physical comedian – is a synthesis of the European clown and the classic American physical comedian. Knock ‘em down, drag ‘em out, laugh till you cry slapstick sketch comedy. Think of Buster Keaton meets Robin Williams.
Tom is a resident of Waterbury for 20 years.
The Hokum Bros.Their songs are catchy and integrated with humor, and their lyrics speak of true-life experiences with a thread of the earliest cultural fabric we call Americana. The Hokum Bros. will patter and play their way into inspired silliness and offer up enough sly satire and social commentary to insure you’ll be wearing your happy face long after the show is over.
Michael Miclon began his career as a professional entertainer in 1982 at the age of 14. It was then that he began a six year apprenticeship with Benny and Denise Reehl of the Buckfield Leather and Lather Traveling Variety Show, a New Vaudeville troupe that traveled through New England. Michael continued study with Mime Master Tony Montanaro at the Celebration Barn in South Paris, Maine. Since that time Michael has built an international reputation for creating a performance filled with side-splitting comedy and expert juggling performing everywhere from The White House and the Kennedy Center to Fatiphur India.
Michael’s character Dickie Hyper-Hyine is a bumbling would-be magician, musician and juggler determined to pull off the performance of a lifetime.