Two Comedy Legends
Pam Stone & Bob Nelson
November 17, 2018. 7:30pm
Pam Stone co-starred in the television series Coach for seven seasons as the character Judy Watkins. She also appeared in the sit-com The Drew Carey Show, the Rob Reiner political documentary But Seriously, Folks, and the George Lucas film Radioland Murders, starring Mary Stuart Masterson and Brian Benben. She currently writes two columns including her newest Ask Aunty Pam, and has a highly praised new novel Girls Like Her.
Bob Nelson specializes in rubber-faced comedy characters, much as Red Skelton did in his heyday. His most popular originals include Jiffy Jeff, a punch drunk prizefighter with a Gym in NYC; Eppy Epperman, a brilliant but nerdy kid with deeper insights than meet the eye; an entire football team of stereotypical characters and unnamed football stars doing a charity commercial; Wilby Stuckerson, a hillbilly chicken farmer based on a life experience of Nelson's from Shreveport, Louisiana, and Mr. Pingyeh, an argumentative Asian man who is more eloquent than the people with whom he argues. He is also known for his Jacques-Yves Cousteau impersonations and his "football act" in which he parodies the old team rundowns in the College Football All-Star games, in which players announce their names, numbers and teams (example: "Quasimodo... Notre Dame... halfback!"). Nelson was Rodney Dangerfield's opening act for eight years and starred in two HBO specials. Nelson has appeared several times on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and various other talk shows, such as David Letterman, Regis Philbin, and Merv Griffin and appeared on tour with Gallagher during 2016–17.
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General Admission: $28.50
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