The WHBPAC Presents YOU WANT FUNNY? WE GOT FUNNY! 2013 Comedy Series


From to madcap stand-up to storytelling humorists to the wacky world ofparody, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center's comedy series will tickle anyone's funny bone! This hilarious, heavy-hitting lineup showcases some of the biggest names in the industry, including: Mario Cantone, Jay Mohr, Kathy Griffin, Ron White, Tracy Morgan, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Tom Cotter, Rita Rudner, Lewis Black and Garrison Keillor.

The Series kicks off on Sunday, May 26 at 8pm with Mario Cantone's over-the-top, culture comedy. His celebrity impersonations and hilarious musical impressions are dead-on. Best known as Anthony Marantino in the HBO series, SEX AND THE CITY, this outrageously joyful stand-up comedian and stage actor, he has also appeared on the TODAY show, COMEDY CENTRAL, and as a guest host on THE VIEW. His riotous performance and extravagant tantrums will leave you in stitches! Tickets are $65 - $85.

Then, comedy's "Renaissance man" Jay Mohr performs on Sunday, June 9 at 8pm. Let go and laugh out loud with one of the hottest acts in comedy. He's garnered critical acclaim as a comedian, actor, best-selling author and host of JAY MOHR SPORTS, a new midday talk show on FOX SPORTS RADIO. But no matter where he sees success, he always returns to the stand-up stage where no two shows are ever the same. Laced with quick-witted references, side-splitting bits, and obscure realities of life, Mohr's uproarious humor will leave you begging for "Mohr." Tickets are $55 - $75.

Up next is Kathy Griffin on Saturday, June 22 at 8pm, unplugged, uncensored, and unafraid. When it comes to dishing Hollywood gossip and celebrity blunders, she's outrageously wild and downright hilarious! This two-time Emmy winner, NY Times best-selling author, five-time Grammy nominee, and Broadway darling will have you laughing out loud as she shares candid observations about everyday life, her dating experiences, and 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978 (631) 288-1500, FAX (631) 288-8519 Tickets are $135 - $165.

Ron White brings his "A Little Unprofessional" Tour to the PAC on Sunday, June 30 at 8pm. The cigar-smoking scotch drinking, Texas funnyman from the BLUE COLLAR COMEDY phenomenon, Ron "Tater Salad" White, is back with a brand new show! His hilarious, smart-aleck punchlines have earned him two GRAMMY nominations and his CDs and DVDs have sold more than 10 million. With two of COMEDY CENTRAL's top rated one-hour specials and a NEW YORK TIMES Best Selling book, Ron is at the top of his game. Tickets are $90 - $150.

Then, get ready for on wild, hilarious ride as Tracy Morgan presents his "Excuse My French" Tour on Friday, July 5 at 8:30pm. Outrageous, provocative, and not afraid to get dirty! He's appeared on NBC's 30 ROCK and spent seven seasons on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. Now he's getting wild in Westhampton Beach with his riotous new tour, EXCUSE MY FRENCH! But don't expect him to parle francais in this no-holds-barred performance. If you are offended by ANYTHING, please do not come to this show! 21 AND OLDER ONLY! Tickets are $80 - $100.

You've never seen a dance company quite like Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo! This hilarious view of traditional, classical ballet is presented in parody form by tutus...on Saturday, July 7 at 8:30pm. Delicately balancing on point as swans, princesses, water sprites, and angst-ridden Victorian ladies, these playful ballerinas are indeed...MEN! Audiences of all ages will be delighted and amused as this all-male group of ballet professionals unleashes perfectly timed comedy that pokes fun at the rigidity of serious dance.

NBC's AMERICA'S GOT TALENT finalist, Tom Cotter performs on Sunday, July 21 at 8:30pm. His high energy, rapid-fire style catapulted him into the comedic stratosphere. A familiar face on THE TONIGHT SHOW with Jay Leno, NBC's LAST COMIC STANDING, THE TODAY SHOW and his own series, TWO-FUNNY, on The Women's Entertainment Network, he'll leave you clutching your sides. If laughter is the best medicine, prepare to be heavily medicated. Tickets are $25 - $45.

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