The RRazz Room At Mizner Park Cultural Center Spring 2018 Cabaret Series Continues
This 2018 season, the talent performing at The RRazz Room at Mizner Park Cultural Center is a diverse mix of world class artists. There is truly something for all tastes at the intimate and comfortable venue, where audiences have the opportunity to enjoy their favorite artists up close and personal. There is nothing quite like the connection between the performers and their audience in an intimate setting like that of The RRazz Room at Mizner Park Cultural Center.
NEXT SHOWSaturday, April 21, 2018 @ 730pm
Front Orchestra - $50.00Mid Orchestra - $45.00Rear Orchestra - $35.00DICK CAPRI & Stewie Stone
"HAPPILY EVER LAUGHTER!"An Evening Of Hilarity With The Comics' Comics
Dick Capri has taken the comedy world by storm and has left millions laughing in his comedic wake. He has played every major entertainment medium including nightclubs, resorts, arenas, and theaters. Capri has plied his trade on the Broadway stage and national television. Capri made his Broadway debut in 1991 at The Lunt-FontanneTheater, co-starring in the critically acclaimed Catskills On Broadway. The show played to sold out houses for 14 months and later toured nationally, leaving audiences roaring with laughter night after night. Dick's unique style features a measured and deliberate delivery and his material is crisp and topical.
Stewie Stone is living proof you can't take the kid outa Brooklyn. Even his name "Stewie" comes direct from Flatbush. His fame and fortune turning point came when Stewieopened for Frankie Valli & The Four Season in a Fort Lauderdale nightclub.
He then spent four years touring with the group and managed to play virtually every major nightclub in the States. He hit the jackpot when he arrived in Las Vegas. He's opened for Paul Anka, Dionne Warwick, Ben Vereen, Bobby Vinton, Cher, Engelbert Humperdinck, just to name a few. He earned himself the reputation of being one of the best co-bills in the business. After over thirty years of friendship, Stewie still goes on tour with Frankie Valli. For the past 10 years, he has been the Vice-President of the famous Friars Club in NYC, and is their main MC and Roast Master.
Dick Capri has taken the comedy world by storm and has left millions laughing in his comedic wake. In a career that has spanned two continents, he has played every major entertainment medium, including nightclubs, resorts, arenas and theaters. Capri has even plied his trade on the Broadway stage and national television. He has worked with such major stars as Tom Jones, Liza Minnelli and Frank Sinatra.
Capri broke into international prominence in 1973 when he toured with Engelbert Humperdinck. He honed his comedy craft performing at such venues as Radio City Music Hall and London's Palladium Theater. While in England, he performed on a television special broadcast on the BBC.
Capri made his Broadway debut in 1991 at The Lunt-Fontanne Theater, co-starring in the critically acclaimed "Catskills On Broadway". The show played to sold out houses for 14 months and later toured nationally, leaving audiences roaring with laughter night after night.
Dick has made several appearances on national television. He is part of Comedy Central's highest rated special, the comedically acclaimed "New York Friar's Roast In Honor Of Drew Carey". He has also had the privilege of performing for Presidents Gerald Ford and George Herbert Bush.
When not touring or making television appearances, Dick Capri can often be found doing what he does best; making audiences laugh at the top hotels in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe and more. He writes most of his own material, much of it based on his own experiences from his travels. His unique style features a measured and deliberate delivery, and his material is crisp and topical. This mix of comedy styles sets him distinctly apart from traditional stand-up comedians.
Born Richard Crupi in Reading, PA, Capri started his show business career, believe it or not, as a clerk in his father's grocery store, doing comedy mimes of the customers. When he ran out of characters there, he left the store to become a full-fledged impressionist and developed the unique comedic style that has become his trademark
Born in Brooklyn, Stewie Stone grew up in the back of his Dad's dance studio where music and performing became a natural part of his life. While attending Brooklyn College he worked for his father teaching tap and ballroom lessons. Not seeing much of a future in the dance business, Stewie took drum lessons and landed his first band job at sixteen, where he had the opportunity to observe many comics, a talent he knew he always possessed. It is here that he found his calling. He quickly started working out at Pips, a popular comedy club in Brooklyn, and soon was traveling the Playboy Circuit, the job where he really learned his craft.
Stewie has worked with many recording artists including, Katy Perry, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, Frankie Valli, Barry Manilow, Paul Anka, Neil Diamond, Aretha Franklin, The Village People, Sonny and Cher, etc.
Stewie is now producing his own Comedy shows and works with other comedians as well as singers. When he is not performing in entertainment venues, he is working for corporations as a motivational speaker at conventions. He is also the current vice-president of the Friars Club in NYC, which keeps him relevant and sharpens his organization skills.
Stewie is a comic's comic; he has the uncanny ability to ad-lib extemporaneously, which is why he is so often requested for private roasts.