Wednesday, July 21, 2021
Comedy Show: Love’s a Joke
Presented by the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center
Wednesday, July 21st, 2021
“We got married so you don’t have to!” The Love’s a Joke comedy tour presents America’s top comedy couples dishing on marriage, sex, divorce, parenthood, fighting, weddings, and what they fantasize about when their spouse isn’t looking.
Vicky Kuperman (Live from Gothan, Nickelodeon, The Maxim Comedy Showcase, SiriusXM) is the co-creator of the Love’s a Joke tour along with her husband, comedian Max Cohen – but she does most of the work because she’s the woman. In her comedy, she talks about everything from her Russian Family, World Travel, and marrying a younger guy, to her favorite topic: dogs.
Originally from the scenic suburbs of Maryland, Max Cohen (SiriusXM, Bar Rescue) has performed his unique brand of self-deprecating yet tasteful and hilarious comedy at clubs from Seattle to South Africa. Finally making his home in New York City, he brings the confusions and bewilderments of his life from the family dinner table to stages such as the Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, and Stand Up NY.
Born in Brooklyn and raised in Amityville, New York, Jamie Roberts (MTV, Tidal, XM Radio, The Grio, The Root, Law & Order, HBO’s Paterno, Sunday Night Live) gained an interest in comedy after being crowned ‘Funniest Person’ by his senior class in High School. It was then that he realized that comedy was where he belonged and hit the pavement convincing audiences one joke at a time. There’s no stage too big and no feat unconquerable in Jamie Roberts’ world. With his clean-cut good looks, insatiable charm, and cutting edge comedy, he’s certainly the one to watch.
Nicky Sunshine (“The Break” with Michelle Wolf, FYI Network, 108 Soul, “Let’s Get Greedy”) has appeared in comedic skits with Hannibal Buress, Damien Lemon, Ilana Glazer, and Phoebe Robinson and performed in (and produced) hundreds of shows in NYC venues. Ms. Sunshine’s self written one woman show – “Confessions of a Massage Parlor Madam” – was a sell out at “The National Black Theater” in Harlem.
This event is 18+.
Tickets are $20 in Advance and $25 Day-of- Show.
Gates open at 5:30 PM, and the show starts at 7:00 PM.
Please bring your own seating. No umbrellas, tents, or canopies.
No outside food or beverages permitted, but there will be food vendors and a bar on-site.
The State of Connecticut Health Department recommends wearing a face mask in large gatherings to discourage the spread of COVID-19.
Strictly Prohibited on the Grounds: Smoking, hard liquor, drugs, ball playing or other sports equipment, pets, fireworks, sparklers, firearms or any other incendiary device, radios, boom-boxes or other stereo equipment, solicitation or unauthorized concessions or handouts, tents, tarps and large tables, lewdness, drunkenness or other inappropriate behavior. Audio and video recording and flash photography are prohibited during the performance.