Richard Stockton and Tom Dalldorf – Comedy Night!
Fri Oct 29 2021 at 08:00 pmUTC-07:00
Nevada Theatre | Nevada City, CA
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Nevada Theatre, Nevada City, CA
Friday, October 29, 8pm
We will be abiding by Nevada County Public Health requirements for all shows. Proof of vaccination or current negative Covid test required for entry.
“Boys, now there is a funny one.” – Ringo Starr
“Hilarious!” – Rocky Mountain News
“Richard Stockton is off the hook. He is one of the sharpest comics working today.” – Live From LA
“…very clever and extremely funny.” – Al Gore
In 1982 Richard Stockton became the morning talk show host of WKDA/KDF in Nashville, Tennessee which was the number one hot-talk show in the mid south for two years, primarily because it was the only hot-talk show in the mid south. In 1986 he became a full time touring comedian, based in San Francisco. In his years as a standup comedian he has appeared on dozens of national TV shows, performed in 1999 and 2000 as a sketch comedy player on Live From LA on BET, headlined A List comedy clubs from coast to coast – Improv, Punchline, Comedy Underground, Comedy Works, and more – growing an audience of devotees to his unique take on the human potential movement.
His first book, “Fondle The Fear,” is now in it’s third printing. He also creates short stories of transformation for NPR stations KQED, KUSP and KAZU in Northern California. He produced a KUSP radio show called True Fiction Radio that is podcast at www.truefictionradio.net. In 2014 he wrote and performed Are We There Yet? in Santa Cruz, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Richard is currently touring with his one man show, Planet of the Boomers. He also produces and hosts Planet Cruz Comedy with Richard Stockton, a live comedy/variety show performed at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz.
Singer/songwriter and notorious slacker Tom Dalldorf helped found the Beer Show on KVMR with Wesley Robertson and Mikail Graham. He spent his Covid lockup writing and performing infectious parodies on YouTube. Tom hosted Open Mic Night for many years in Hayward and wrote wine gags for Pat Paulsen back when wine could be funny.