Headliner: Al Lubel
Al Lubel became a lawyer to satisfy his mother and quit to become a comedian to satisfy his sadistic need to torture her. After graduating law school in Florida, Al moved to California, passed the bar exam on his first try and immediately began the practice of standup comedy. Al gradually improved at comedy, getting work on the road and leaving the law behind. Within a year he won the $100,000 Comedy Grand Prize on Star Search. Doing the Tonight Show was a big childhood fantasy, so Al auditioned and became one of the last comics to appear with Johnny Carson. Al went on to do six more Tonight Show appearances with Jay Leno and made five appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman.
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… “Yeah, I played with Barbie. I strung her from a willow tree and shot at her with a BB gun.” 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!”