february, 2018

10feb8:00 pm- 10:00 pmCatch A Rising Star: Seinfeld Night8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Time

(Saturday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Crest Theatre

51 N. Swinton Avenue

Event Details

The Crest Theatre at Old School Square and Catch A Rising Star Comedy present Seinfeld Night with STEVE HYTNER and SCOTT LAROSE

Sunday, February 10th at 8 pm.
Tickets: $67/$47 (Premium/Regular Reserved); $400 (Premium Club Seating – Sold through Box Office only)

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STEVE HYTNER has made an indelible impression on both the large and small screens. Combined with headlining comedy clubs nationally and his many corporate shows, Steve is one of America’s best stand-ups and most recognized character actors. Steve received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Kenny Bania on the long running hit Seinfeld. Other TV appearances include Modern Family, Hung, Mike and Molly, Two and a Half Men, Curb your Enthusiasm, CSI, CSI New York, Boston Legal, Friends, Roswell, King of Queens and many more. He started his film career in the movie, Ski Patrol and went on to co-star in such films as In the Line of Fire with Clint Eastwood, Forces of Nature with Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock, The Marrying Man with Alec Baldwin, Eurotrip, Love Stinks, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, The Haunted Mansion and The Prophecy trilogy of films, to name a few. But most importantly, don’t miss his stand-up show where he has been tearing it up!

SCOTT LAROSE  is an American comedian, actor and writer. He has done stand-up comedy appearances, sit-com appearances on Seinfeld and the Jamie Foxx Show and film roles such as Booty Call, EDtv, and Comic Book: The Movie. He has most recently written and directed The Blair Bitch Project starring Linda Blair and the comedy horror film, Comedy Hell. His voice has adorned many cartoons, from Life with Louie to Real Monsters, and he has also done numerous radio and television promos and voice overs. Scott is probably most recognizable for his over 200 national television commercials. New York Magazine predicted his 1996-97 “Two Guys” series of McDonald’s spots were “destined to outshine whatever entertainment they interrupt.” 

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