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Julia Scotti/ Uncle Floyd : Double Headliner at the Brook Arts Center

Sat, August 03, 2019 @ 8:00pm

Category: comedy


Brook Arts Center
10 Hamilton Street
Bound Brook, NJ  08805

Cost: $25

   

The laughter will be nonstop at the Brook Arts Center on Saturday Aug 3rd  when Sarcasm Comedy presents comedian Julia Scotti and the legendary Uncle Floyd in a DOUBLE HEADLINER SHOW!

Julia Scotti, who was a semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent  2016, burst onto the national scene when she dropped the F Bomb and came out as transgender. Only a true Jersey girl would do that!  For 48 years, known as comedian Rick Scotti, she appeared as a headliner in comedy clubs and an opening act for artists such as Lou Rawls, Chicago, and Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.  Scotti's  standup routine has been described as Sam Kinison meets Mrs. Doubtfire

 

Uncle Floyd is a such a Jersey treasure they tried to bury him several times!   The Uncle Floyd Show which aired from 1974 to 1998, was a half-improvised, low budget variety show, starring Uncle Floyd as the host, puppeteer and piano player. The program included live music by local bands and well-knowns, like The Ramones, Bon Jovi, and Madonna. Much of the humor was aimed at adults in the style of Soupy Sales and Pee Wee Herman. David Bowie wrote "Slip Away" about Uncle Floyd and said he'd heard about him from John Lennon.  Floyd appeared in Good Morning VietnamCrazy People and Mr. Wonderful.             

Hosting the show will be New Jersey 101.5’s Steve Trevelise who has opened for among several others, Robert Klein, Gilbert Gottfried, Artie Lange, Louis Anderson, and the late Richard Jeni.  Showtime is 8 pm.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at www.brookarts.org





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