*Ages 25 and under & senior discounts apply at the box office only.
Doors: 8 p.m. | Show: 8:30 p.m.
Join Frank Vignola and Friends for an evening of Family Friendly Comedy!
Dan D’Aprile is a stand-up comedian from Philadelphia by way of Los Angeles. You may have seen his work on the film “Brawl in Cell Block 99” or the Ghost Adventures TV series. He has performed in colleges and clubs across the country, including the World-Famous Comedy Store, the Improv and Nerdmelt (all in Los Angeles) and Helium Comedy Club (in Philadelphia). Dan brings his educated blue-collar attitude to bear on subjects ranging from dating and relationships to his ongoing obsession with finding Bigfoot.
Karin Knowlson is a sober, boy mom of 3 and brain tumor survivor who finds the ridiculousness at every turn. From the joys of living with a brood of testosterone to the reality of having to dry out during Covid and a craniotomy. She will leave you inspired to laugh at life even in the most tragic times.
Liz Marcon is a fresh face in stand-up but is no stranger to the stage. She brings an irreverent style to topics like parenting, adulting and working while female. A native of Allentown, Liz performs regularly throughout the Lehigh Valley. And when she’s not on stage you can find her in court as a lawyer or on the court playing pickleball.
Frank Vignola is a Delaware native who got his start in the business at Candlelight Dinner Theater doing productions of “Camelot” and “Fiddler on the Roof” the summer between his senior year of high school and his freshman year of college. “If memory serves, we got $5 a show for being in the chorus but the big money was in waiting tables in costume.” After college Frank moved to NYC and has been a transplanted New Yorker ever since. Besides appearances on Comedy Central, Amazon Prime and SiriusXM radio, Mr. Vignola also has performed at Montreal’s prestigious “Just for Laughs” Comedy Festival and toured the Middle East with Armed Forces Entertainment. Frank’s acting credits include the film roles of “Eddie” in “Tilting at Windmills” (International Film Festival Manhattan), “Mr. Leibowitz” in “Game Night” (Amazon Prime) and voicing the character of “Dr. Robert” in the animated television pilot “Ben v World”. And as a teacher he has taught stand-up at some of Manhattan’s finest comedy clubs (including StandUpNY, The Laugh Lounge and Broadway Comedy Club) in addition to mentoring and private coaching two decades worth of aspiring comedians.