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CeLeBRaTeARTS Week Presents: Comedy at the Capitol!

Presented by Cultural Alliance of York County and Appell Center for the Performing Arts at Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York PA

Jan 19 2017
CeLeBRaTeARTS Week Presents: Comedy at the Capitol!

Join us for a free night of live comedy at the Capitol-part of CeLeBRaTeARTS!

Join the Cultural Alliance of York County for a fun, free night of adult comedy & entertainment at the Capitol Theatre! Emceed by Kelley Gibson of the Cultural Alliance, it will be a night of quick wit, dry martinis, and big laughs. And all seats are free, thanks to CeLeBRaTeARTS!

blissjnewJ. BLISS
An At a young age J. Bliss always had a knack for capturing an audience’s attention with some quick witted humor.

J Bliss comedic style is thought provoking dealing with everyday observations and personal experiences which he chooses to find the humor in. His comedic craft started by his upbringing in South Jersey where he first got the hunger for comedy, but he first hit the comedy stage in Charlotte, NC. Since then he has been traveling up and down the east coast leaving them laughing and easily becoming a crowd favorite. Since his start he has opened for comedians like: Pauly Shore, Tony Roberts, George Willborn, DeRay Davis, Corey Holcomb, Alex Thomas, Rodney Perry, and Eddie Griffin.



ben-bergman-2017Ben Bergman is a comedian who carries an immature demeanor and joy for making fun of himself, his family, friends and previous family that is no longer under contract. Ben Bergman has performed in festivals like the inaugural Laughing Derby, Laughing Skull in Atlanta and the last TBS Just For Laughs Festival in Chicago. Ben Bergman started working almost every week while living in Chicago. Ben Bergman worked some of his favorite rooms including Zanies 3 locations, the Improv and Jokes & Notes… RIP. A great comedy city for both stand up and improv. He attended classes at iO, Annoyance Theatre and Second City. Landed some work as husband, teacher, loser boyfriend in print & commercials.

CapComedy on January 19th is part of CelebrateArts!, a week-long cultural celebration to kick off the 2017 Cultrual Alliance annual campaign. All events are free, thanks to our generous sponsors and donors. For a full listing of the week-long events and to register, visit www.culturalyork.org

CeLeBRaTeARTS! Presenting Sponsor



Contact: 7178129255

Email: kelley@culturalyork.org

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Appell Center for the Performing Arts

50 N George Street, York, PA 17401


Several convenient garage parking options and outdoor parking lots are available. Parking fees and hours of operation vary among the lots and garages below. For exact fees and hours, please contact the individual parking location directly. – CGA Parking Lot (George Street) – King Street Parking Garage – Market Street Parking Garage – Philadelphia Street Parking Garage – Central Market Parking Deck (Beaver Street) – St. John’s Parking Lot (Beaver Street)


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    • Wheelchair Access

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Jessica Lee

Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper