The Maine Comedy All Stars are coming back to the Carousel Music Theater on Friday, Sept. 20. You don’t want to miss this evening of side splitting laughter with a group of friends. The Carousel is happy to welcome the return of Paul Hunt, James Theberge, Dennis Fogg and Ian Stuart to our stage.
Paul Hunt has played comedy clubs in the Portland, Maine area for years where he draws huge crowds and fills each room with non stop laughter. Paul started his Stand-up comedy career in New York City with an internship at Stand-up New York where he had opportunities to share the stage with the likes of Rich Voss, Kathleen Madigan, and even Chris Rock. His 15-year journey has brought him all across the country.
James Theberge has been performing comedy for a number of years touring throughout New England and has placed in the top four of the Annual Empire Comedy Summer Classic multiple times. James brings high energy to the stage, and captivates audiences with his stories and jokes.
Dennis Fogg has over 20 years of comedy experience under his belt, bringing the audience to stitches with his fast-paced delivery. His comedy and restaurant, Uncle Andy’s Diner in South Portland, were featured on The Food Network’s “Restaurant Impossible.” The Portland resident was a finalist in the Funniest Comic on the East Coast Contest at the Mohegan Sun, and is a regular at Dick Doherty’s Comedy Den in Boston. He is known for sharing humorous stories about life’s absurd moments as well as his family, kids, and work.
Last but not least is Portland’s own Ian Stuart, one of New England's most sought-after headliners. Known for his vivid story-telling, gut busting one-liners and sharp crowd work, it's no wonder that Stuart has worked and performed with many of the top names in comedy including Jay Mohr, Maria Bamford, and Demetri Martin. He has toured the U.S. and Canada multiple times and has headlined The Wip Theater in Chicago, The Comedy Works in Montreal, Caprock in Lubbock, Texas; The Underground in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and many theaters, venues and colleges around the U.S. and Canada.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show. The PG-13 show is fantastic for ages 13 and up. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Call our box office for advance tickets: 633-5297 or show up at the door.