Valentine’s Dinner and Comedy with Kathy Arnold
February 11 @ 5:00 PM
The Keystone Stage
Come out with the your Valentine and see this amazing line up of all female comics!
Host Mandy Jones is a Long Island based stand up comedian. She first took the stage in December 2017 and has not stopped since. Mandy has found herself hosting many of the shows she performs in. Mandy co-hosts a podcast she produces once a month called the Wildflowers (free on YouTube and Spotify). The Wildflowers cover any and all nonsensical topics. Their only rule is no politics! Mandy and her co-host Bonnie Scalisi host an live interactive podcast, me meaning if you tune in live on Wednesdays and comment, you too can become part of the show. Find her on the web @mandyjonesthecomedian.
Just a girl…
Emily Santosus is a long island native of 47 years. Spending her formative years as a boy in Glen Cove, she now lives on the other side of the gender pay gap after transitioning from male to female.
During the day she navigates her way through the car business but at night, you’ll find her on stage using her new perspective on life to poke fun at everything from the patriarchy to panty lines.
She’s performed stand up comedy in front of hundreds of unsuspecting individuals at comedy landmarks such as Dangerfield’s, Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club and here on long island at Governor’s, McGuire’s and Brokerage Comedy Clubs.
Crazy but kind, she aspires to be a good role model for her son and daughter by teaching them to have the courage to just be yourself.
Our local comic from Scranton, Meredith will have you laughing with her jokes.
No stranger to The Keystone Stage Jeannie Gnolfo will be gracing our stage with her amazing jokes once again.
And your headliner for the night.
Kathy Arnold has been making audiences laugh for the past 19 years. There is a reason she has been called the female Richard Lewis and it’s because she captivates her crowd with a style of comedy that can be described as zany, kooky and maniacal. As she says “ You can’t make this sh$t up”.
Doors open at 5pm, dinner starts at 6, and the show begins at 7.
Menu will be announce the week of the show.
$25 online, $35 at the door.
Online ticket sales will not be available once the door opens. Tickets can still be bought in person at the door price.
This event may contain topics that can be offensive in nature. The comics that take the stage touch topics of all types, age, sex, race, politics, health/weight issues, and many others. People that are easily bothered by these types of jokes should take caution when buying tickets to this event.
The Keystone Stage is a weapon and drug free venue. All patrons will be searched with a hand wand and all bags will be checked upon entry. Drug use inside the venue is strictly prohibited.