Solo Comedy Sets From the Boomer Generation
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The last date listed for Boomer Humor was Wednesday July 9, 2014 / 8:00pm (Seating at Various Times).
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This was a great night of nostalgia and being reminded in a most comical way of how us Baby Boomers are getting older and nearer to death....or not! It was a great trip down memory lane of our innocent childhoods, adolescence, young adulthood and...continued
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Will Durst is beyond all doubt the greatest political comedian in the country. However, tonight he out did himself and didn't do any political humor but instead talked about the aging process and getting older. It was a packed house that came to...continued
April 30, 2014: Will Durst
**Will Durst’s acclaimed tribute to the history, growth, joys, achievements, frustrations, fashions and looming doom of the Baby Boom Generation. Ably assisted by his trusty overhead projector, Durst explores the Boomers’ revolutions, evolutions and still vibrant role in today’s youth-obsessed society, which they invented, for crum’s sake. It’s a celebration of the maturation of the Boomer Nation and as an extra, added, special treat- the Meaning of Life.
May 7 and May 28, 2014: Richard Stockton
Richard Stockton performs Are We There Yet? … comedy of a rebel generation
Are We There Yet? is a one-man multimedia comedy show of standup, stories, music and videos about the journey of a rebel generation.
“Richard Stockton traces the influence of the sixties on the popular and political culture of today in his entertaining one-man comedy extravaganza.” — Lisa Jensen, Good Times Weekly (Santa Cruz)
May 14, 2014: Dan St. Paul
Dan St. Paul has been chronicling his life on stage for 30 years. After turning 50, he discovered that his body is changing (“I’m a cylinder now. I can where a belt anywhere on my body.”). His memory and eyesight are degenerating (“I have eight pairs of reading glasses and I have no idea where they are.”). Raising a teenager is challenging (“I have a bumper sticker that says ‘My Son’s Just Getting By At Hillsdale High’.”).
Instead of moaning about it, he quit complaining and developed it into a show that leaves baby boomers and the senior set rolling in the aisles.
Dan is a national headlining comedian at some of the top comedy clubs in the country. He has appeared on NBC, ABC, FOX, Comedy Central, A&E, and VH-1. Dan has also opened for such celebrities as Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Ringo Starr, Natalie Cole, Hall and Oates, Vince Gill, Clint Black, and even the San Francisco Symphony (“I knew them when they were just a garage band.”) His “The First Baseball Game” is the most-requested comedy piece on the syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show.
Approaching his senior years, he has found a goldmine of material and is on the road taking it to audiences around the country.
May 21, 2014: Will Durst
Boomeraging: From LSD to OMG!
Will Durst’s acclaimed tribute to the history, growth, joys, achievements, frustrations, fashions and looming doom of the Baby Boom Generation. Ably assisted by his trusty overhead projector, Durst explores the Boomers’ revolutions, evolutions and still-vibrant role in today’s youth-obsessed society, which they invented, for crum’s sake. It’s a celebration of the maturation of the Boomer Nation and as an extra, added, special treat — the Meaning of Life.