Headliner: MARC PRICE
Starting as a standup comedian and actor in childhood, Marc guest-starred on Archie Bunker’s Place and One Day at a Time. He then went on to play the character of Irwin “Skippy” Handelman on the ‘80s TV sitcom “Family Ties.” Although Price got his start in acting, stand-up comedy was where he made his mark. Familiar on stage and screen, he has been featured on Comedy Central, NBC and CBS. He also has worked as a writer and producer for a variety of television networks. His stand-up show revolves around his life experiences, which includes growing up in Hollywood, combined with a bit of politics and current events. Come on out and see why The Boston Globe dubbed Marc ‘Wickedly Funny’ And the LA Times says he’s ‘Refreshingly Bright’.
Opener: LANG PARKER
Born and raised in Muskego Wisconsin, Lang has audiences doubling over with laughter when she tells how hard it is to be feminine when raised by a backwoods father and three brothers. Lang came to national attention on the Emmy-nominated NBC hit show “Last Comic Standing.” She floored judges when she came out in her rough tomboy attire and asked, “Have you ever been mistaken for a lesbian?” Judge Buddy Hackett said flat out, “You are a star!”