Time & Location
Apr 18, 2019, 7:30 PM
Capitol Theatre, 159 S Main St, Chambersburg, PA 17201, USA
About The Event
Tickets are on sale for $20. Irwin Loring is host for both shows and we've partnered with the 11/30 Network for these shows. The April show will have Allen Goodwin as the headliner and featured performer is Jared Stern. May will have headliner Tony Woods. Please note the May show is not recommended for anyone under 18 years old - adult language and themes. Allen Goodwin is one of the funniest and respected comics on circuit today, who brings the laughter to any room, anywhere, any place and anytime. He connects with his audiences with relevant material describing his own observations and experiences including living with Attention Deficit Disorder. He has performed on Laughs on Fox, was a finalist in the 2014 World Series of Comedy and represented the East Coast in Las Vegas in HBO’s Lucky 21 Comedy Contest. You can also catch Al in the 4th season of House of Cards. Al was a winner on American Funniest People, played almost every club and college in the country and has opened for Jim Gaffigan, Kathleen Madigan, Dave Chappelle and Steve Wright. Jared Stern has been making complete strangers laugh at him for over a decade. From humble beginnings at a hole-in-the-wall club in Baltimore, he is now the most humble person in the world, not that he’s one to brag about it. He was recently told that his comedy was “top drawer”, which is where he keeps his socks and underwear, so that makes sense. During his career, he has performed with the likes of Mike Birbiglia, Judah Friedlander, Richard Lewis, Tom Arnold, John Witherspoon, Jon Lovitzy, Emo Phillips and Caroline Rhea. He was voted the 2013 Best Comedian in D.C. by the readers of The Washington City Paper. He was a featured performer at the 2017 What a Joke Fest and the 2018 Laughfest. His new album A Couple of Characters, is now available on XM, iTunes and Spotify. Irwin Loring was the featured comic in November and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. His comedy revolves around his family, relationships, religion and society in general. He was raised in a farming community in up state N.Y., by a single Jewish mother household. He blames his mother for his bizarre views on parenting and his overall outlook on life. He brings an energy to the room that makes audiences laugh wherever he performs. His style can be described as a mix of David Brenner and George Carlin, with a touch of Don Rickles.