PARSIPPANY – The Par-Troy Little League East is having a “Night of Comedy” on Friday, March 27. Doors opens at 7:00 p.m. and show time starts at 8:00 p.m.
The Comedy Night will be held at the Parsippany PAL, 33 Baldwin Road.
The comedians are from “The Comedy Shoppe” and will feature Joe Conte with special guests Adam Lucidi and KP Burke.
Tickets are $25.00 each or a table of 10 for $225.00. The event is a “Tailgate” style, which means bring your own food and drink. No one under 18 permitted. Click here to download event flyer.
To order tickets contact Tiffany Hiltz by emailing email@example.com.
Conte, a 1987 Graduate of Parsippany High School has been able to take his experience of being a chubby, attention seeking, oldest of three children in an Italian American household and make it sound like he actually had fun. As you may know he is one of the hosts of the Conte and Kenny Show on MoreLikeRadio.com, Garden State Comedy, and a regular at The Comedy Shoppe.
Conte has been performing since August 1999 and he was inspired to get into it, after giving a best man’s toast at a friend’s wedding.
His style is more based on improvisation than scripted jokes. He explained that some comedians will write out their jokes word for word, but he is more comfortable working in a spontaneous manner.
Adam Lucidi has been performing all over the country and brings a sarcastic and sometimes nostalgic view of his life and the world around him. Making his television debut on Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV and being featured in Time Out New York, Adam continues to leave a dent in the world of comedy. Whether he’s talking about his small town, being a “buckist”, or his common sense fighting against booksmarts, Adam brings his “boy next door charm with a sharptongue,” to various venues all over the country! When he’s performing at colleges, comedy clubs, or benefits across the country, two things are guaranteed, he’ll leave audiences wanting more and he’ll always be wearing that backwards hat.
After graduating from college, Adam went on to study at Second City where he studied Improvisation and Sketch Comedy Writing. Adam moved to New Jersey to be closer to New York City and since then has performed all over New York City! Gotham Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Comix, Broadway Comedy Club, NYU and many more! Adam has studied at The American Comedy Institute with Stephen Rosenfield and also the Actor’s Playground with Ralph Colombino. Adam continues to perform wherever possible to hone his craft and make people laugh.
KP Burke, a resident of Wayne, has been performing stand up comedy for the past three years.