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September Comedy Show at the Riverboat

The monthly comedy show at the Riverboat is in its 15th year, and this month we bring Mark Ricaddonna

Doors open at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm

tickets are $10 in advance, and cash only at the door

Purchase Online

Limited menu at the venue during show, full menu pre-show downstairs

Headliner Mark Ricaddonna

Mark moved to NYC in search of himself and happiness. He pursued Theatre at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, joining “The Company” after graduation. Soon after, Mark stumbled upon Stand-Up Comedy and succeeded as a storyteller, performing throughout New York City and ‘on the road.’ Mark also performs for Armed Forces Entertainment and has entertained US and UN Troops worldwide, performing worldwide. Mark is an accomplished actor, writer, and even director outside of comedy. Most recently, Mark has a lead role in the feature film “Days of Power,” played Cooler in “Un$uited,” filmed a Comedy Special for Dry Bar, and was a contributing writer for Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update.” Columnist and Author of the Travel section for “Todays Man” Magazine, Co-Author of The Two Guys Two Way Joke Book, Wrote and Directed “Radio Gods” television Pilot, starred in “Game Night,” Through Open Door (Award winning), been seen on AXS TV’s “Live at Gotham,” PBS’s Counter Culture, FOX’s “Laughs,” heard on Sirius XM and Bob and Tom, and also has a hit Podcast “Drinks Jokes and Storytelling.”

Featuring Sonya King

Slow down there Sparky. Maybe the time has come to stop and smell the laughter! At least that is the attitude of deadpan funny lady Sonya King. It is true that she is quiet, but her audience is not. They

Image of Sonya with comedienne Karen Rontowski at Flappers Comedy Club in Californiaare too busy laughing! And you can hear that laughter in every corner of the country as Sonya makes her way from one coast to the other quietly making a big noise.

Originally from Selma, Alabama, Sonya grew up in sunny San Diego just one block from the beach. Combine those two worlds with a healthy dose of dry humor and what do you get? You get funny


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