You have the power to combat winter’s chill with body-warming, gut-busting laughs throughout Kingsmill’s Comedy Weekend, February 12-14, 2016. On Friday and Saturday night, a lineup of some of the nation’s funniest comics will perform live to keep you hilariously entertained and rolling in the aisles. Don’t miss out on all the LOLs and ROTFLs delivered during these two family-friendly shows!
Shows run from 8PM to 10:15PM each night in the James River Grand Ballroom, with doors opening at 7:30PM. Reserved table seating is available for both nights, and a full bar and limited food menu will be available.
Reserved Individual Seats: $28/each (non-member price $35/each)
Reserved Tables (min 6/max 8 people): $200
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place at Friday or Saturday’s show!
Our host for both Friday and Saturday night’s performances, this Ohio farm boy, turned airline mechanic, turned comic, is becoming one of the comedy industry’s rising stars. In 2012, Sid finally made his debut on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio show and was an immediate hit. He’s now is a regular and anticipated guest. In early 2014, the audiences at the San Luis Obispo Comedy Festival voted Sid Davis “Best in Fest” for the THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR. A week later, comedy legend Joan Rivers, looking for an opening act, viewed Sid’s clip and told her manager, “He’s terrific! I want him!” Sid’s volatile combination of A.D.D., needless curiosity, imagination and a wavering ego are the fuel for his side splitting tales. You will be howling and understand why his grade school teacher wife views him as a child left behind.
Keith Alberstadt grew up the son of a Vanderbilt professor and a craft artist. The result…a very clever comic with sharp perception, creative sarcasm, and a treasure trove of unique material. His likable personality and down-to-earth charm invite people into his brand of humor — one that is smart but not brainy and relatable but not hacky.
While performing, Keith takes pride in laughing at himself and his “inner dork”, which he demonstrates is something in all of us. Current events, popular trends, personal details…Keith shares his witty insight on everything, all the while doing it with a mischievous smile that quickly becomes infectious.
A regular performer for the U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Keith has been described as “absolutely hilarious” by Armed Forces Entertainment and “a hidden gem” by the Boston Globe. He’s also a contributing writer for Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, National Lampoon and various online magazines. After you see his show, you’ll understand why Keith is quickly breaking through the comedy ranks as a must-see performer!
Andy made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham.. This came the same year that he was invited to perform at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, and The Great American Comedy Festival. He has also been featured on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show, and was a semi-finalist in CMT’s “Next Big Comic”. He also won the Best of the Midwest Competition at Gilda’s Laugh Fest in 2010. His 2012 album release “Lucy” was named top 10 comedy albums of the year by comedyreviews.com
In 2004 Andy won the St. Louis leg of the Laugh Across America Contest and was invited to perform at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. In 2005 Andy’s unique sense of humor won him the Carnival Comedy Challenge in Chicago. In 2008 Andy won the Butterfinger Comedy Showdown, an online joke-writing contest that ended with a live show final round at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.
Andy who is a former resident of Chicago, where he was named one of four comedians to watch by the Chicago Tribune now lives in Los Angeles. Andy prides himself on his writing, and always delivers with great new material so if you have seen him once come again and see what is new.
Who can turn the world on with her smile? Mary Tyler Moore. But who can turn the world on with her hysterical stories, original humor, and boisterous characters? Kerri Louise. High-energy, commanding and versatile–but enough about her sex life–Kerri Louise can entertain any audience with her warmth and razor-edge wit. She just filmed the hit, new, stand-up show “Gotham Live” on AXS-TV.
Kerri was a regular correspondent on the Oprah Winfrey Show and that lead her to be a guest on the very first episode of The Dr. OZ Show. NBC took Kerri all the way to the finals in the show Last Comic Standing. Her performance on that show prompted The Women’s Entertainment Network to make her the star of her own reality show called “TWO FUNNY”. Howard Stern said,“She needs a sitcom!” Other guest appearances include… TV Guide’s “Stand-Up In Stilettos”, NBC’s “The Apprentice”, The Montel Show, Nickelodeon’s “Nick Mom Night Out”, Comedy Central, NBC’s “Access Hollywood”, ABC’s “The View” among many more. Part Generation-X, part Girl-Next-Door, Kerri Louise is a pleasure to watch. Her movie debut in The Next Karate Kid addicted her to show-biz, hence her move from her hometown of Boston to New York City. This is where she quickly established herself as a player in the top comedy clubs and festivals like Montreal, HBO Aspen Comedy Festival and most recently the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. These credits plus her popular webisode on youtube has made Kerri Louise an attraction. Working throughout the country and leaving her audiences applauding, Kerri Louise is the comic to watch.
To say Lachlan Patterson is having one of his better years would be an understatement. Most recently, he finished as the runner up on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. With other recent television appearances on FX’s Legit, Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 and his sets on The Tonight Show and Late Late Show with Drew Carry, it seems like people are finally becoming aware of just how talented this Canadian born comedian really is. Lachlan’s laid back style has given him a unique stage personality that has audiences charmed from beginning to end. His CD “Jokes to Make Love to” was a top 10 release on Rooftop Comedy and his live shows have drawn fans all across the globe. When not touring or preparing a set for television, Lachlan records his weekly podcast “The Kooks of Komedy” where he talks candidly about his personal life, goals and his passion for surfing.
What kind of comic is Keith? Well, he’s the guy you want to sit next to at a boring meeting. He’s clever, insightful, and a little bit eye-opening. His comedy is truth with a twist. Indy’s NUVO said, “Keith McGill has a style that is smooth and temperate, and lacks any gaudy gimmicks or catch phrases, making him one of the best standup acts within earshot… His material is positive and PG-13, yet still intelligently critical of the comical absurdities [of life]…The Louisville native is impossible not to like.” As well as being popular internationally on Royal Caribbean Cruises, Keith has appeared on BET and CMT, and is a Bob and Tom Show favorite, as well as a much sought-after entertainer for corporate events.
Bengt Washburn was born in Salt Lake City, Utah but grew up in a large Utah town (1,200 people) as the fifth child in a small Mormon family (7 children). Bengt is married to an officer in the United States Air force. They have lived in 6 different cities over the last eleven years. Most recently he moved to Springfield, Virginia (Washington D.C.) after living in Stuttgart, Germany for 3 years. Bengt is a former winner of the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition. He has been seen on The Late Late Show with Craig Fergusen, Live at Gotham on Comedy Central and most recently Conan on TBS. He was invited to perform at the Vancouver International Comedy Festival, The Boston Comedy Festival, the Aspen Laff Festival and Gilda’s Laugh Fest in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He’s been heard on NPR, PRI and Bob and Tom. All three of his comedy Cd’s can be heard playing on XM Sirius radio. His fourth comedy CD “Bengt Over in Europe” will be released with Stand Up Records in the Fall of 2013.
Most people who know him would say Bengt is a logistically impaired ditz, but his comedy is described as intelligent, surprisingly universal considering the content matter and profoundly funny. The Monterey County Weekly says: “Washburn is a truly hilarious comedian”