To benefit the Old Saybrook High School Safe Grad Night, providing a memorable, fun, safe graduation night party for all graduating seniors.
Doors open at 6:30PM for refreshments and raffles, comedy show starts at 8:00PM.
About the comedians:
Dom Fig grew up in Bridgeport. He got his start at the original Treehouse Comedy Club in Westport. Dom worked with such notables such as Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Rosie O’Donnell, Arsenio Hall, Rodney Dangerfield and Patty Labelle. He has also written for Arsenio Hall, Rodney Dangerfield, and Jay Leno. Fig Regularly performs in Hollywood at the world famous Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, and The Improv. He has appeared on Comedy Central, Make Me Laugh, Funny is Funny, Up All Night, PM Magazine, and Destination Stardom.
Angel is one of the Latino Kings of Comedy. He has been a featured comedian at the Boston Comedy Festival. Angel’s family moved from Puerto Rico to Connecticut in 1967. His comedy is based on his life experiences of growing up in a multicultural environment filled with colorful characters and everyday silly observations of life. Angel started standup in 1982 to help pay for college tuition.
After becoming a nurse practitioner in cardiology, he has helped raise over $20,000 for different charity groups with his comedy shows, along with other health care providers.
Vincent McElhone is an Old Saybrook resident for the past 25 years. At the age of 33, he took a train from this small town to New York City to take a chance to perform, for the first time, at an ‘open mic’ show at the New York Comedy Club.
Twenty three years later, he is still doing his thing and along the way has worked such famous venues as The Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, The Improv in Dallas, Caroline’s on Broadway, Dangerfields in NYC, Mohegan Sun Casino, The Comedy Store in LA, Zany’s in Chicago, Catch a Rising Star in Reno, NV and the Treehouse Comedy Clubs of Connecticut—while sharing the stage with such acts as Brian Regan, Jim Gaffigan, Dom Irrera, and Denis Leary name a few places and people.
He returns to The Kate and looks forward to discussing the subjects that are close to him such as his family, marriage, being raised Irish Catholic, current events and the local Connecticut shoreline.