Looking for laughs? We’ve got ‘em! Host Dwayne Dunlevy, Emily Epstein White, and headliner Coleman Green take the stage at Peddler’s Village. The event will include a cash bar, but no food. Couples, singles, and large groups are welcome! General admission. For adults 18+ only. Mature humor. Space is limited, so reserve now.
A cash bar will be available. Food is not included. Guests are encouraged to dine before the show at Peddler’s Village restaurants. No smoking.
When: Friday, March 24. Check in at 7:00 p.m.; Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
Where: Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant
Price: $28 per person
Seating: No assigned tables: seating is first come, first served. This show is an indoor event. Please note that guests could be seated at a table with others not of their own party. Upon arrival, guests are asked to use the entrance to the Cock ‘n Bull restaurant. At check-in, guests will be directed to the indoor performance space.
If you require wheelchair access to the show, please call Guest Services from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at 215-794-4051 to ensure accommodation.
Cancellation policy: Tickets purchased for Comedy in the Village at Peddler’s Village are non-refundable. If you cannot attend your reserved date, please call 215-794-4051 at least 2 days prior to your reserved date to reschedule your reservation to a later show. Peddler’s Village reserves the right to cancel show dates. Should a show be cancelled because of dangerous weather or otherwise, you will be given the option to reschedule to a later show date or be refunded the ticket cost in full.
Note: Guests will not receive physical tickets for this event. A completed purchase registers guests automatically for the event and guests can check-in with their names. Your email receipt serves as proof of purchase but guests do not need to present it at the performance.
Dwayne Dunlevy is a multi-faceted Bucks County entertainer who has been bringing joy to audiences for over two decades. Dwayne’s talent with hosting, comedy and music makes him the perfect performer at private and public venues from New York City to Philadelphia. His self-written and performed one-man shows, “The ‘C’ Word” and “Neurotica”, premiered in 2006. Dwayne has gone on to perform in and produce numerous, well-received live show productions.
Emily Epstein White
From New York to Oakland to Philly, comedian and storyteller Emily Epstein White has been trapped in a self-cleaning toilet, stitched up from a treadmill accident, and hung off the front of a truck hood ornament-style. She performs around Philadelphia, New York City, the Northeast, San Francisco and the Bay area, and the West Coast, (not to mention a boat in the middle of the Yangtze River in China). She has been featured on Fox29’s “The Q Show,” FreeSpeech TV. She has performed at the 360 Comedy Festival, She-Devil Comedy Festival, The Bechdel Test Fest, and Helium Comedy Club’s Philly Phunniest competition, where she placed as semi-finalist twice. She has been featured in the Boston Globe, and has won the San Francisco MothSlam.
Coleman Green speaks about life and family in a style that resonates with all colors, cultures, and incomes. His comedy leaves the audience laughing when they should be crying. No stranger to stage and screen, Green has performed at many venues and clubs and has appeared in a television commercial for Optimum iO Pixels as a pink pixel.
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