Friday, June 10, July 29 & August 12
American Flatbread Pavilion
Marble Works 8:30pm – 9:30pm
Seating is Limited, please register
06/10/2022 – 08/12/2022
06/10/2022 – 08/12/2022
General Admission FREE
Please register as seating is
New York City-based standup comedian Tina Friml returns to her hometown, with her favorite fellow NYC comics in tow, to bring the laughs in this three-part summer comedy series under American Flatbread’s new pavilion.
Join us for three Friday nights of laughs at the newly constructed American Flatbread Pavilion, where New York comic, Tina Friml, will perform along with some of her friends from the Big Apple! “I’m totally over the moon for these lineups. These are specifically comics I’ve been watching recently bring the heat all over New York, at comedy festivals across the country, and anywhere you get your podcasts, and so to bring a new batch of them back to my hometown each month of the summer hardly feels real.”
This event is made possible due to a grant for free arts programming. No purchase of food or drink required to attend, however American Flatbread will have food and drink available for purchase to those watching the performance.
Seating is limited to 100, so please register.
TINA FRIML is a New York City-Based comedian originally from Middlebury, Vermont. She was featured on The Drew Barrymore Show’s ‘Bananamores’, as well as Just For Laughs Festival’s acclaimed New Faces series in 2019 and NBC Comedy Spotlight Series in HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival in 2018. In her home state, she holds a 2019 readers’ choice award in “Seven Days’ for ‘best standup comic’ in Vermont and was crowned the 2018 winner of ‘Vermont’s Funniest Comedian’ at the Vermont Comedy Club, where she got her start. Using animated optimism on her own physical disability, yet fearless honesty about the social assumptions that come with it, Tina befriends audiences of all sorts with her eccentric style, off-beat mind, and unexpected philosophy acquired through her unique circumstances. www.TinaFriml.com
Emil is a stand-up comedian newly based in Brooklyn by way of Bloomington, Indiana. He made his television debut as a main focus of ViceTV’s Hunters and can be seen charming audiences with his comedy that was once described by his foreign parents as, “We don’t get it.” Equal parts self-deprecation and social consciousness, Emil has performed at the Limestone Comedy Festival, 208 Fest, the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, and was selected as part of the “Best of the Fest” at the 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival. Emil wrote a joke for the Comedy Central Roast about Robert De Niro that made him laugh, so he will be riding that high until De Niro has him whacked.
Zack Signore is a Brooklyn based stand up comedian and podcast personality who is gay, fun, and cool, the ultimate riple threat. He performs all over New York, and produces his own show Hard Candy and the very popular EyeCandy open mic both at Pete’s Candy Store. He was one of the hosts of Unabashed Podcast and is currently the host L’Podcast,the gayest lifestyle podcast in the world, with fellow comic Gabby Bryan. Zack has also starred and co-produced many sketches with the group Bulb Comedy. Catch him on instagram @quackwacko on all platforms
Tocarra Mallard is a New York City based comedian and writer. She is a staff writer on The Problem With Jon Stewart streaming on Apple TV+. Tocarra was born in Germany, moved around a bit, and then finally settled in Florida, because, yes, she is a military brat. Before becoming a full time TV writer she worked at various arts and social services nonprofits, so she’s like a really, really good person. Her comedy is based on her life as a mother, middle child, conspiracy theorist, and being the only Black girl in her class in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Jeff Scheen is a wonderful weirdo. Growing up in the woods as an only child makes anyone strange. His odd dark humor works with even the nicest of people. He recently released his first album titled “jeff” and taped a Drybar special. Don’t be afraid to sit up front and enjoy a toothy smile.
Hailing from the swamps of Washington DC, Gabe is a leftie latino based in Brooklyn NYC. He weaves punchy stories touching on education, immigration, near death experiences, world travel, allergies, pop-culture, and better living through chemistry.
Gabe is an upbeat bilingual performer who has appeared at several national festivals. His voice is on John Fugelsang’s Tell Me Everything, on Sirius XM and the “Katie Halper Show”. He’s a member of the Story Pirates community, writing for their podcasts. He has opened for Ted Alexandro. And work as a writer for Flama. His album “Risky Behavior” is out on 800 Pound Gorilla Records. He host a weekly live show Funhouse Comedy in Williamsburg and a weekly politics and pop-culture podcast “Halal Cartels”
Nonye Brown-West is a New York based Nigerian-American comedian who finds the funny in the wildness of life. She has performed at The Comedy Cellar in New York and has been featured in the Boston Globe’s Rise column as a Comic to Watch, as well as on NPR, PBS, ABC, Sway In The Morning, the New York Comedy Festival, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Nonye will make her feature film debut in the LGBTQ romantic comedy, The Sympathy Card, coming to streaming in July 2022.
Town Hall Theater
68 South Pleasant Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
The Box Office is also open one hour prior to performances.
Free to attend
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seating is limited
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