Comedy Night at the State Theatre

at The State Theatre

Sponsored by: The State Theatre
Sat Nov 11, 7:00p General Admission $22 Buy Tickets
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Norm Stulz

Norm first encountered the love of laughter in the second grade at Lodge Elementary in Detroit Michigan. It was after he wrote a funny little story and turned it in to his teacher who found it funny, and much like a coach recognizing athletic ability she saw his humor and encouraged him to tell the story in front of the classroom and as the laughter flowed over him it became clear that this feeling would be a part of the fabric of his life. Performing the routine for the school assembly solidified the response was not just from childhood friends but from strangers as well. Norm was a part of each years assembly every year and grew to include costumes and props.

Dwayne Gill

Dwayne’s topics range from current events, men and women relationships to the crazy situations he’s encountered as a police officer. As an actor, Dwayne has appeared in the ABC crime drama Detroit 1-8-7, and will be making his big screen debut in the movie “Crave” He has also been a guest on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom” Radio show.

Kate Brindle

Kate has performed her sarcastic yet upbeat and spunky style of comedy on the Canadian Broadcast Channel, Cox Cable, and Comcast Cable. She advanced in the California’s Funniest Female Contest, and was featured in the Oddball Comedy Festival and International Great Plains Comedy Festival. She’s also opened for Louie Anderson, Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Kevin Nealon, Kevin Pollak, and Sarah Silverman.

Steve Lind

Class Clown? Nope. Performed his first comedy gig at age 16? Nope. Wanted to be a Stand-up comedian since age 5? Nope…Professional baseball player actually. Yet somehow Steve Lind is among today’s most engaging comedic talents in the Mid-West.
Steve’s humor is for educated audiences as he seizes the mic and pokes fun at family life, sports, and anything else that happens to cross his mind without filling the air with “blue” comedy or picking on members of the crowd. Steve’s energetic style and natural likeability help to soften his often satirical but never mean-spirited outlook on life.

He has been seen on ABC, NBC and has opened for Tim Allen, Gary Gulman, Kathleen Madigan, Bobby Collins and Michael Winslow.



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