Live Entertainment

November 28th & 29th

Sloan, a North Carolina native now residing in Tampa, has worked with some of the best in the business including Paul Mooney, Dave Attell, D.L. Hughley, and Jim Breuer, just to name a few. Coming from a family of funny people, Sloan has always been able to make people laugh. His comedy covers a wide range of topics, from personal experiences to what’s happening in the world today. Sloan's versatility and stage presence is unmatched, with comedic timing that sometimes has punchline coming well after the joke has finished. Sloan is also an artist, specializing in such media as airbrush, acrylic, oil and pen and ink. Writing jokes and making people laugh is his passion. His show is guaranteed to have your side hurting from laughter.

December 4th, 5th & 6th
Bob DiBuono

Bob DiBuono has established himself as one of the most dynamic acts on stage. With a sarcastic and edgy wit coupled with a high energy and animated delivery, he exposes the absurdities in life, his family and the social conscious. The versatility of being able to go in and out of original characters along with dead-on impersonations heightens his unique act. Bob has appeared on MTV, E!, CNN, Fox’s Red Eye, Good Day NY, Opie and Anthony and the Bob and Tom Sirius Radios show. He is currently a regular on Jim Breuer Unleashed on Sirius Radio and has appeared in numerous TV commercials.

December 11th
The Room Screening

What’s the best part about bad movies? Making fun of them is the answer. Join us as we make fun of what has been labeled as one of the worst films ever made. Much like the Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Room attracted a cult following which involves dressing like the characters and the movie and spoon throwing, so come prepared with an open mind and a plastic spoons in hand! And if you don’t know the reasoning behind the plastic spoons then learn more about the room by visiting

December 12th & 13th
Dave Goldstein

You may recognize comedian and actor Dave Goldstein from one of his many appearances on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, including a particularly memorable role as a naked cop directing traffic in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on 5th Avenue in New York City. His stage act, which has been praised by The New York Post (“…funny”) and The Asbury Park Press (“…his comic star is on the rise!”), is a blend of original writing and inspired live riffs. He has performed stand up comedy on The Comedy Network, Sirius/XM Satellite Radio, The National Lampoon Radio Network, and

December 19th & 20th
Peter Fogel

Peter J. Fogel is one of America’s funniest comedians that you’ve never heard of… but have seen countless times on television. From comedy clubs, to cruise ships and Las Vegas theaters, he’s opened for such stars as Rita Rudner, Jimmy “J.J” Walker and Robert Wuhl (HBO’s Arliss). He’s shared the stage or has worked with Jason Bateman, Ed Asner, Shirley Jones, Robin Williams, Harry Anderson, Ray Romano, and Jon Stewart. Peter’s also written for such stars as Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale, Bullets Over Broadway).

December 26th & 27th
The Rich Guzzi Comedy Hypnosis Show

The Rich Guzzi Comedy Hypnosis Show is back for another round of extreme laughter! If you missed out last time, you better get your tickets fast as this show does SELL OUT! There will be 4 showings: the 2 7pm shows will be clean with just the right amount of innuendo that will make you laugh until it hurts, while his 2 X-Rated 9:30pm shows will have you howling with laughter as Rich hypnotizes his volunteers to do some of the most outrageous things! Please note when we say a show is X-Rated, we mean it, so take this as fair warning that anyone who is easily offended should choose the cleaner version of this show. Make sure you watch the clip below and get your tickets now before it’s too late!

January 9th & 10th
Michel Mack

Michael Mack’s songs and song parodies have played on radio stations across the country including “The Bob and Tom Show” and “XM Radio”. He has twice appeared on ABC’s “Americas Funniest People”. He brilliantly uses music, light, impressions, and parodies to produce a show starting in fun and ending with the crowd coming out of their seats in amazement.