New Year's Eve at The Historic Newtown Theatre, Newtown, PA (Special Event)

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New Year's Eve at The Historic Newtown Theatre, Newtown, PA
Tuesday, December 31, 2019 9:30 PM
The Comedy Shoppe at the Newtown Theater, Newtown,
  • 18 & over
  • Theater is NO LONGER BYOB - Alcohol will be served on Comedy Nights by the theatre from the time the doors open until the start of the performance.
  • Snacks and soft drinks available through the theater.
  • Special Event
Admission Type Price Quantity

General Admission - 2 for $100

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General Admission Ticket $100 per couple Includes 90 Minute Comedy Show 2 drinks (beer, wine or soda/water) for use before or after show in the "Main Room Bar" (Cash bar after 2 drink tickets). Assorted Desserts after the show Noisemakers Champagne Toast and Ball Drop
$50.00

General Admission

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General Admission Ticket $60 Per Person Includes 90 Minute Comedy Show 2 drinks (beer, wine or soda/water) for use before or after show in the "Main Room Bar" (Cash bar after 2 drink tickets). Assorted Desserts after the show Noisemakers Champagne Toast and Ball Drop
$60.00

V.I.P. Speakeasy Tickets - 2 For $160

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Limited V.I.P. Speak Easy Ticket (Limited to 33 People): $160 per Couple Includes Premium Seating in the first 3 rows 2 Premium Drink Tickets for use before or after show in the "Speak Easy" or "Main Room Bar" (Cash bar after 2 drink tickets). Cold Finger Food Gourmet Cupcakes after show Noisemakers Champagne Toast and Ball Drop
$80.00

V.I.P. Speakeasy Tickets

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Limited V.I.P. Speak Easy Ticket (Limited to 33 People): $90 Per Person Includes Premium Seating in the first 3 rows 2 Premium Drink Tickets for use before or after show in the "Speak Easy" or "Main Room Bar" (Cash bar after 2 drink tickets). Cold Finger Food Gourmet Cupcakes after show Noisemakers Champagne Toast and Ball Drop
$90.00
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Show Details
  • When: Tuesday, Dec 31, 2019 9:30 PM (Doors open at 8:30 AM)
  • Ticket Price: $50.00 - $90.00
  • Door Time: 8:30 AM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Tags: newtown
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    Theater is NO LONGER BYOB - Alcohol will be served on Comedy Nights by the theatre from the time the doors open until the start of the performance.
    Snacks and soft drinks available through the theater.
    Special Event
  • Where: The Comedy Shoppe at the Newtown Theater 120 N State St Newtown, 18940
Event Time Schedule:
Doors & Speakeasy Open: 8:30 PM
Showtime: 9:30 PM
Show Ends: 11:00 PM
Ball Drop: Midnight
Doors Close 1:00 AM (or if the last patron leaves prior to 1:00 AM).

BEFORE PURCHASING TICKETS - We suggest you research the comedians on the show to be sure this is a show you would like to see. From time to time, we may book comedians that "may not be your cup of tea" and that's fine. But there are no refunds, so we make this suggestion so you're not blindsided by the show you're seeing. This is a standard notice we're adding to all our show descriptions and may not apply to this specific show.

Online sales end at 2:00 PM Eastern day of show. Tickets MAY still be available at the door - CASH ONLY - Call 866.552.6633 to confirm.  No credit cards or food stamps accepted.
 
Seating at Newtown Theatre is First Come, First Served ONLY. If you have special medical needs that need to be met, please give a call to 866.552.6633 x1 and we will do our best to accommodate you. We cannot guarantee any specific seats.
Teddy Daniels: A baby boomer that has decided it is important to use the stage as an educational tool to warn us about impending disasters. No, not global warming or out of control speeding asteroids hurtling towards the Earth. Not even the Economic crisis we and our country now face. But about the dangers of raising a family, hospital visits, being a dog owner, traveling or doing anything else that the world might consider normal, Ted has a slightly different view. Because he is too cheap to spend $125.00 an hour to tell his problems to a psychologist, he will tell them to you. If it bothers you a little bit, chances are it bothers Ted...a lot and you are going to hear about it. He’s able to get away with this ranting because he is a nice guy…a nice guy with a lot of problems. Offstage he does a great job of appearing normal, after listening to him for awhile you realize, he is just as nuts as everyone else.

            Ted has recently opened for SNL’s Jim Breuer, 30 Rock’s Tracey Morgan and Rhyss Darby from HBO’s “Flight of the Conchords” and Jim Carey’s  “Yes Man” and regularly opens for the Legendary, Bobby Collins. His ability to work clean or edgy makes it easy for him to be on almost any show in any venue.  He is a regular at The Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas yet works many Church and school comedy fundraisers. He is working his way back to heaven,  “one church basement at a time”.
Tim Grill:

Tim Grill is a rising star on the comedy scene and is one of the funniest comics working today! This hilarious East Coast comedian has been entertaining audiences from Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware and New York City all the way to Hollywood, California!

Tim has been heard on 94 WYSP's Opie and Anthony show, and 610 WIP Sports Radio in Philadelphia. Tim has also been featured on NBC Channel 10 News and on Comcast "Your Morning Philadelphia" TV program, and has opened for such headlining acts as Robert Kelly, Bill Dwyer, Orny Adams, Todd Glass, Artie Lange, and Jim Florentine.

Born with Spina Bifida, Tim was told he would never walk. Thirteen surgeries later, you will see him limp onto stage (hence "The Barely Can Stand-Up Comic") and deliver a powerful message that "laughter really is the best medicine!" Tim's perseverance and sense of humor has helped him become an extraordinary comic and motivational speaker.Growing up, I always thought of myself to be just like everyone else, except for one thing... I was born with Spina Bifida. In 1970, I was diagnosed with Spina Bifida which greatly affected the muscles and nerves in my lower back and legs. Who would have thought that I'd spend the next 18 years a patient at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. When most kids are "just being kids," I was undergoing 13 surgeries all before the age of ten to help correct the effects that Spina Bifida left on me.Even though I couldnt walk as well as all the other kids, I always wanted to do what they were doing. When I climbed a tree, I stumbled. I rode a bike, I stumbled some more. I played baseball, I stumbled even more. As many times as I would stumble, I always managed to pick myself up making a joke or two along the way.

In 1979, my parents decided it was time to take me out of "special school" and have me "mainstreamed" into the regular educational system. It wasn't long before I discovered that "no, not everyone had braces, casts and crutches."  Imagine that!  I wasn't like everyone else, I was different. From this point on, I knew I was destined to do something that would make me stand out from the rest, just like I'd been doing my entire life.Not knowing where my life was going to take me, I decided that making others laugh was my dream. Following this dream, I am now a professional stand-up comedian or "barely can stand up comedian" who has performed all over the East Coast to as far away as the Comedy Store in Hollywood, California. I am also a motivational speaker who speaks on keeping your sense of humor while overcoming adversity.

 

‚ÄčI have also created and wrote the webseries Cane and Able, (watch it here),  I am also an actor and singer/songwriter.

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