Palm Beach Improv Hosts Huge Names in 2013
The 600 seat state-of-the-art Palm Beach Improv is starting the year with the biggest names in comedy. Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre is kicking off the New Year with comedians Arnez J, Andrew Dice Clay, Craig Shoemaker, and Ralphie May. For show information and to purchase tickets please call 561-833-1812 or visit www.palmbeachimprov.com.
Special Event: January 4-6
Arnez J is quickly emerging as one of the hottest, most talked about comedic artists in the game. His raw energy, talent and comedic skill quickly landed him the coveted hosting slot on BET’s longest-running comedy series “Comic View”. Arnez hosted for two seasons joining the ranks of D.L. Hughley and Cedric the Entertainer.
Andrew Dice Clay
Special Event: January 11-13
Andrew Dice Clay is proud to be America's most controversial and outrageous comic of all time. It’s that persona that has made Clay “The Undisputed ‘Heavy Weight King of Comedy’”. He now adds a new nickname to his resume as his first stand-up special in 17 years aired on Showtime December 31 simply titled Andrew Dice Clay: INDESTRUCTIBLE.
Special Event: January 17-20
Craig Shoemaker is a modern day Renaissance man. Best known for his engaging, relatable standup and his iconic baritone-voiced character, “The Lovemaster”, Craig delights every audience with his multidimensional ability to entertain in a way that is not only amusing but also relevant. Craig has had several successful solo TV stand-up specials, co-starred in numerous films, hosted popular network TV shows, written two beloved children’s books and performed for four U.S. Presidents.
Special Event: January 25-27
Voted one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” in 2008, Ralphie May has filmed a record-setting three separate 1-hour Comedy Central Specials in the past three consecutive years, all of which were among the networks most highly-rated. He’ll be filming a new special on October 1st at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, proving that Ralphie’s relatable comedic genius is in higher demand than ever.