Saturday, November 11, 2006
There was standing room only at Postmark Cafe this time around!
Comedian Brendan Fitzgibbons applied his pre-show Chapstik because cracked lips can make or break a set. He read excerpts from George W. Bush's diary to warm up the crowd and prepare them for the stylings of:
Carla Rhodes and
Kevin Murphy brought Boston to the shop and reminded us the importance of carefully naming a baby.
Then Sister Jen Dziura made a mini stage out of the coffee table and preached to the congregation!
Abbi wore eye shadow to class up the joint and taught the value of trying before you buy.
From the page to the stage, George Bush shared What's New In The News as only he can.
Classic Vaudevillian team Carla Rhodes and Keith Richards shared their wisdom, but only one of them knows how to tap dance.
Abbi and Luke stopped the show to settle a long-standing bet over whose grandmother is funnier. Let's just say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree's original apple.
Keith Alberstadt closed the show with his tales from the road--the Middle Eastern road--and became the night's recipient of the Funniest Comedian of All Time award. This Bruce Roberts album has a song called Starmaker.
You're welcome, Keith!
We gave a comedy trivia question to the audience, and this lucky gentleman answered quickly and correctly. He came for the hilarity but stayed for the Lilac soaps and Juniper Breeze hand lotion. No show for Thanksgiving Weekend, but we'll see you December 8th!