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Headliner Max Docelli

Feature Vic Clevenger and Emcee Mitch Silver

Friday, February 12, 2021, 8 P.M.

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Headliner Max Dolcelli

Max Dolcelli has appeared just about everywhere and done just about everything a comedian can do, performing in comedy clubs and comedy festivals in the U.S. and Canada, casinos and clubs in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and the Bahamas, at corporate events and on cruise ships, and on television and radio.

After nearly 35 years of making people laugh, Max has the experience and repertoire to deliver the kind of show people want, whether it's clean comedy for a corporate, private or other event, or a more risqué, late-night comedy club style.

He also lectures on the comedy business: the history of comedy, funny stories from his own experiences, how he got started in the business, celebrity stories, and how to become a comic and write jokes.

Max has opened for and worked with premier entertainers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Ray Romano, Tim Allen, Sam Kinison, Redd Foxx, Rosie O'Donnell, and Little Richard, and he’s made TV appearances including Miami Vice, Night Heat (CBS), Comedy Central, Club 54 (Canadian Television), NBC Young Comedians Special, several comedy shows, and many morning talk shows.

Vic Clevenger

Feature Vic Clevenger

“Finding the funny in life” is how nationally touring comedian and award-winning pitmaster, Vic Clevenger, approaches his audiences when he steps on stage. Often compared to the likes of Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy, Vic shows how everyday life can be funny with his humorous observations and southern comedic style. His audiences soon realize life, even a hot kitchen or around a BBQ pit, is more fun when you’re laughing.

Mitch Silver

Emcee Mitch Silver

Mitch Silver hails from the legendary comedy wellspring of Long Island, New York, which has launched the comedy careers of legends such as Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, and Kevin James. With a background in comedy writing and Musical Theater, Mitch Silver left behind a lucrative law career in Orlando, Florida to earn laughs in comedy clubs throughout the country.

Mitch Silver's standup material derives from an unmistakably New York style with modern sensibilities. His witty and frenetic material hysterically spans the gamut of surviving two Jewish parents, overseas travel to over fifty countries, a long-term interfaith marriage, parenting a middle school-aged daughter, and a near death experience at Walt Disney World.

He has also produced several of his own professional shows including Verdict: Hilarious, and most recently, the benefit show Comics for Parkland at The Abbey Theater in Downtown, Orlando. Mitch Silver has shared the stage with many nationally touring headliners including Adam Ferrara, Eddie Brill, and Preacher Lawson just to name a few.

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