Don’t miss this amazing night celebrating the comedic genius of the late great Robin Williams, starring master impressionist Roger Kabler as Robin, featuring Marc Price (Skippy from “Family Ties”) and
Don’t miss this amazing night celebrating the comedic genius of the late great Robin Williams, starring master impressionist Roger Kabler as Robin, featuring Marc Price (Skippy from “Family Ties”) and hosted by Marc Bova! Robin Williams was arguably the greatest comedian of our generation. This show goes to great lengths to respect Robin’s memory and celebrate his legacy. Hilarious and emotionally powerful at the same time. For everyone around the globe confused about Robin’s unexpected departure, this tribute offers a form of closure, and a chance to laugh with Robin one last time.
Roger Kabler is a true renaissance man. Along with being one of the finest comedy impressionists in the country, he is a talented actor and portrait artist. He served as the Zima spokesman in national television commercials. He was a regular on the last Carol Burnett series in 1991. Roger also starred in his own NBC sit-com “Rhythm and Blues.” He wrote, produced and starred in the award-winning movie “Who the Hell is Bobby Roos?”, and has recently played to sold-out Las Vegas showrooms. Variety Magazine calls him “an astounding impressionist”.
Loved by millions as Skippy from the hugely popular 80’s sitcom Family Ties starring Michael J Fox. Check out his stand up comedy tour to find out why the Los Angeles Times calls him “refreshingly bright” and the Boston Globe says he’s “wickedly funny.” As a stand-up comedian, Marc has opened for Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld. He’s starred in movies, hosted late night talk shows and more recently he’s been behind the cameras writing and producing for E! TBS, Disney Channel, Animal Planet, GSN, Showtime and more.
Mike Bova is a nationally touring headline comedian. Mike won the Upper New York State Independent Award for top comedian in 2012 and 2013. His show is very unique, highly entertaining and most of all hilarious. Mike’s bits are cleverly funny and he’s been called mini Jerry Seinfeld on many occasions.
Tickets are $30
Ridgefield Playhouse80 East Ridge, RidgefieldThe Ridgefield Playhouse is a not for profit 501 (c)(3) whose mission is to present a variety of performing arts to the community and the surrounding area that they can enjoy and experience at a varied price point. The Playhouse presents national and local acts and is the cultural hub for the town of Ridgefield.