Opening Date: 01/18/2014
Closing Date: 01/18/2014
One Night Only!
Saturday January 18th 2014 - 8:00pm
Come early for wine and cheese before the show!
All seats - $15 Adult/Senior/Student
No Group Rates or Discounts are available
Join us for a night of comedy and music at The Villagers Theater. Stand-up comedy performances by various artists. Warning – this is Not Your [family friendly] Mother’s Black Box show!
Jerrold Benford, Dan Bocchino, Sarah Goldbloom and Shahryar highlight the evening.
Jerrold is establishing himself as a fixture on the eastern comedy circuit. Born and raised in Virginia, Jerrold began his career in New Jersey, where he quickly made a name for himself and performed at NJ and NYC’s finest clubs, including: Rascals, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club, and the renowned Caroline’s on Broadway.
Within two years of his stand-up debut, Jerrold has featured and headlined clubs, colleges, and private functions all over the tri-state area. His distinctive perspective on dating and marriage topics combines with a high energy, friendly delivery to create wickedly clever content and a wildly funny act.
Dan has been performing stand-up, sketch, and improv comedy in various forms for over 10 years. What began as a 5 minute open mic spot in the back room of a small bar in Bloomfield, NJ has blossomed into 10 minute spots in clubs just outside of Bloomfield, NJ.
He has performed at clubs across NJ, NYC, and Boston.
In addition to his solo stand-up work, Dan was a founding member of the Boston, MA sketch comedy troupe Slow Children at Play and a former member of the Montclair, NJ improv group Lunatic Fringe.
He is also an avid playwright, having written and produced one-act shows at festivals in both New York City and New Jersey. Dan currently resides in New Jersey with his wife, son, and middle-aged Shih Tzu.
Sarah is a local singer/songwriter who has been playing music and singing since her early childhood. Her unique style and hopeful lyrics will captivate any audience.
Sarah loves music that tells a story and connecting with her audience is what she sets out to do at each of her shows. She believes there is nothing better than bringing a group of people together from all different backgrounds and experiences and uniting them with one song.
Shahryar is a stand-up comedian out of Washington, DC. His topics include his work as a federal employee, his life at home, and everyday things he’s observed.
He’s been featured in the Washington Post and Voice of America. He’s a regular at the DC Improv and other comedy venues. He was invited to perform at the 2013 Great American Comedy Festival.
His website is http://shahryar.net and you can also check him out on YouTube/shahryar.