Tom Anzalone, Mike Stankiewicz and Scott Bruce
Doors Open at 8:00pm.
With a few simple props, guitar and roll of electrical tape (yes, electrical tape), Tom Anzalone produces quick and quirky musical impersonations of Elvis, Elton, Springsteen and countless more. But it is off-key creativity that spawns his usual standing ovation.
Tom has delighted audiences in comedy clubs and colleges around the country. He's filmed a segment on then Showtime Comedy Club Network as well as America’s Funniest People, Comedy Central and of course, many radio shows and theater appearances.
Dig, it's appropriate that this cat has gigged in nearly every comedy venue in the United States. At home in an eclectic gathering in San Francisco or a rust belt bar come shifts end, this clever comic will turn the tables on everyone. Winner of the prestigious "Best of Philly" award presented by Philadelphia Magazine, Stank takes you down a road you didn't expect to travel with a conversational style that makes you feel like you're riding the bar stool next to him. Among his international television appearances including Comedy On The Road with John Byner on A&E, Mike presents a special wit that transcends all mediums and blows his audiences away! Maybe that's why everyone wants him back.
If you frequent your local comedy club you may have caught stand-up standout Scott Bruce. It’s hard to find a venue that has not taken advantage of his many and varied talents. You may catch him on a cruise ship, at a nightclub in Las Vegas or a Moose Lodge in rural Pennsylvania. The one thing you are guaranteed is a good time and a lot of laughs. His quick wit, ad-libbing ability and natural timing make not just a great comic, but also one of the most sought after MC’s working today.