Comedy on the mountain
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STRATTON- The Stratton Mountain Volunteer Fire Company invites all to Comedy on the Mountain on Sunday, January 20, at 7:30 pm at Grizzly’s on the second floor of the Stratton Base Lodge.

Special guest host Joey Novick leads off this all-star evening that will make people laugh until their sides hurt.

Since 1979, Novick has been a much sought-after speaker, trainer, and seminar leader. As a professional stand-up comedian and actor, he’s appeared on MTV, Rascal’s Comedy Hour, One Life to Live, and Comedy Central. He’s featured regularly at Catch A Rising Star, The Comedy Zone, and Dangerfield’s, and at scores of comedy venues across the country. He’s opened in concert for comedy legends Jerry Seinfield, Ray Romano, Paul Reiser, Chris Rock, Robert Klein, and Rosie O’Donnell.

Steve Van Zandt is best known for his amazingly accurate vocal and physical impersonations of the famous. Van Zandt’s live stand-up comedy shows are an eclectic mix of hilarious celebrity voices, completely original characters, and a lifetime of very funny observations through the eyes of this middle-aged baby-boomer. And he delivers it all with a unique, laugh-inducing stage persona.

Headliner Steve Kramer will also be appearing. In a sketch comedy show from Warner Brothers, he played President Bush, Keannu Reeves, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Justin Timberlake, Carson Daly, David Blaine, Regis Philbin, and many others on national television. His headlining show is like something out of Vegas, filled with music, improv, and audience participation. Kramer’s second love is music.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. To purchase tickets in advance call (802) 297-2950.

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