Laugh it up at local comedy show
December 20, 2011 · 11:42 AM
A night of stand-up comedy, organized by local impresario and funnyman Steffon Moody, will take place on Friday at the Red Bike.
For the show, Moody has booked 13 acts, with the caveat that no single performer can stay on stage longer than seven minutes.
Three of the acts will come from across the water to perform. A juggling comedian, Matt Baker, who has appeared on America’s Got Talent and Last Comic Standing, is on the bill.
Bill Robison, a physical comedian who has toured internationally, will appear as “Happy the Happy Mime,” and Maque Davis, who hails from Fremont, will bring along what Moody called a “wild panto animal act.”
Local yuksters will include Tab Tabscott, who will make his debut as a ventriloquist at the show, and Katherine Daves, Aimee Cartier, Darryl Caldwell, Per Lars Blomgren, Andy Royer, Aaron Calhoun, Harris Levinson and Jim Farrell.
Farrell and Moody will emcee the night.
The Friday show will be at 8 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. The show will contain salty language and humor, so leave the kids at home.