Featuring Paul D’Angelo
Paul, a former assistant district attorney and criminal-defense trial attorney, is one of the nation’s top stand-up comedians who has opened for over sixty internationally known acts, including Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Tom Jones, Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys, Chicago, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Jerry Lee Lewis, Huey Lewis & The News, The Righteous Brothers, Lyle Lovett, George Carlin, Joan Rivers and Dennis Miller; in famed entertainment venues from the legendary Friar’s Club and the Waldorf Astoria’s main ballroom in New York City, to the main showroom at Harrah’s Casino and Caesar’s Palace. Paul has also entertained hundreds of prominent corporate clients all over the country, such as Ford Motor Company, Sony Music Corp., Hewlett-Packard Corp., Nike-Bauer International, Fidelity Investments, Bike Athletic Corp., CVS/Caremark Inc., American & Delta Airlines, NFL Charities and the Burger King Corporation. In addition, Paul is the writer/director/co-star of the original sitcom pilot ‘A Fine Mess,’ which was featured at the prestigious New York International Independent Film Festival. He recently co-starred in Showtime’s popular stand-up comedy movie, The Godfathers of Comedy, and has also released two DVDs and three, critically acclaimed comedy CDs that are played regularly on national radio.
Known as a prolific creator of intelligent, introspective and reflective humor that everyone can relate to… men and women, young and old, blue or white collar… there are still numerous comedy routines, funny stories and anecdotes that Paul rarely gets an opportunity to share with his live audiences.
For that reason, Paul now presents many of these comedic treasures in a random collection of entertaining musings, which range in subject matter from hilarious courtroom stories, to the dilemma facing an unhappy Eva Braun as she contemplates breaking-up with Hitler; from a stand-up comic’s life in Hollywood, to being attacked by a Great White Shark in his own water-bed; and from satirical commentary on contemporary society, to Paul’s awkward attempts at conversation while having lunch with Jesus.
Tickets $25 in advance, $35 at the door.