Wednesday, October 12, 7:30pm – $5 donation recommended-Comedy
Phyllis Voren’s “WHAT’S FUNNY ABOUT THAT?” AN EVENING OF SUBVERSIVE COMEDY
Phyllis Voren has entertained U.S. troops in the Arctic Circle; performed in a Ritz Crackers commercial with Andy Griffith; done improv at The Comedy Store in L.A. and was a regular performer at Dangerfields Comedy Club in NY. She has also acted in soaps, the theater and (don’t blink or you’ll miss me) films like Annie Hall and The Dead Poets Society. She was named Philadelphia’s Funniest Jewish Comic at Funnybones on South Street, and has played in clubs and colleges throughout the US. After 15 years away from the business, she’s back doing what she loves most, comedy!
Tommy Highland is a transplant from Northern California. A husband and father of two small girls, he re-entered the comedy scene for stress relief. He was a semi-finalist in last year’s “Philly’s Phunniest Person Contest” and performs regularly at clubs in Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
Stewart Brodian is from the Lehigh Valley. He is an actor, comedian, musician and composer. He has appeared on The Howard Stern Radio and television shows, and recently produced directed and starred in a comedy TV pilot, “Double Or Nutin”. More recently, he published a book of social commentary called “I’m Not Snooki”.
Gianmarco Soresi technically graduated from the University of Miami, however, he has yet to receive his diploma because he owes their library $35 in overdue book fees. He has not decided if it is worth it yet. Now residing in Philadelphia, Gianmarco is a member of the Ward Studio Company (wardstudiocompany.com), which will be mounting shows in November & December and a Special Guest Performance by Pyropodes, a two-person comedy singing group that specializes in children’s songs…not for children.