THE 50+ COMEDY TOUR

Paul Anthony
Host & emcee of the 50+ Comedy Tour; direct from the NYC comedy scene; host of the annual Long Island Comedy Festival across Long Island, NY each summer, and the annual Berkshire Comedy Festival in Great Barrington, MA. Paul’s observational humor and ability to warm up any audience make him a favorite at venues around the country.

Johnny Mac
Johnny Mac is a comedy veteran originally from NY where he got his start at the original Improv. His energetic style, unique look at everyday life, and ability to interact with the audience makes him a favorite from coast to coast. Johnny has worked with some of comedy’s great talents, such as Brian Regan, Jim Gaffigan, Elayne Boozler, Kathleen Madigan and the Legendary Lily Tomlin. He can be seen at some of the countries’ top clubs such as Catch A Rising Star, The Laugh Factory, Zanie’s, The Improv and has appeared on HBO. He performs regularly around the country and has also appeared in Ireland, Chile and The Caribbean.

Steve Lazarus
Bronx native Steve Lazarus is better known as the “Beer Man”. The long-time Yankee Stadium beer vendor turned professional comedian gives a unique perspective on what life is like both in and out of the stands. Steve’s been featured on Fox 5 TV and Good Day NY and can be found performing across the country from Atlantic City to Las Vegas. He’s shared the stage with such comics as Ray Romano, Robert Klein and King of Queens Kevin James.

Scott Novotny
Described as a cross between Red Skelton and Robin Williams, comedian Scott Novotny has delighted audiences of all kinds for over 30 years. Scott is a great comedy performer, very animated and cartoon-like. Scott has appeared on MTV’s “Half Hour Comedy Hour”, ABC’s “America’s Funniest People”, A&E’s “Comedy On The Road”, and Comedy Central’s “Short Attention Span Theatre.” He is a veteran comedy club headliner and a favorite at corporate events, theatre venues and fairs. Scott has worked with comic legends such as Joan Rivers, Louie Anderson, Jay Leno, Weird Al, The Smothers Brothers and Pee Wee Herman and was a contributing writer for season 6 of SNL.

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