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Vail Laughs at Vail Theatre of the Arts
June 16, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$10 – $20
From Tucson, AZ by way of Denver, CO, Dom Di Tolla is a comic who melds his observations on society, growing up in an Italian-Irish household, working in a Finance department as a 9-5 job, and his overall love of sports into a his standup routine. Dom performs regularly in Tucson as well as throughout the rest of the Southwestern United States, and is now beginning to take his act on the road for the rest of the country.
This comic is contingent on not being called up to serve as a contractor in Iraq. Andrew Scott is local to Tucson, but works all over the world and probably has more international gigs under his belt than Leno or Seinfeld.
Eddie Whitehead Jr
Originating from Chicago. Now lives in Tucson Arizona. He spent the last 12 years in Los Angeles and there isn’t a comedy club in southern California that hasn’t had him perform. He is equally comfortable with church crowds and was booked constantly to entertain in houses of worship. Eddie is now enjoying the life out of Hollywood with new neighbors and turning them into friends with with fun and laughter. He has a remarkable resemblance to Samuel Jackson and could work as his stunt double—- but comedy is much easier on the body.
Isaac (a.k.a. Doc) Farm was born and raised in the rural town of Nahunta Ga, right next to Okefenokee swamp (alligators and all). Always the class clown in school he would later hone his talents and wit during his stint in the Air Force where he was introduced to the comedy stage. Known as an entertainer for his diverse background and skills he delivers a show filled with dancing, singing, and all out laughter. As a comedian he was crowned the Funniest Man in Phoenix, which led to a trip to Comic Relief. He has appeared at the world famous Apollo as well as a reoccurring appearance on Don’t Forget the Lyrics. He travels across the country performing at schools, churches, and comedy clubs delivering the best medicine to fans looking for that something to brighten the day.