“The Ultimate Robin Williams Tribute Experience”

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Starring Roger Kabler as arguably the greatest comedian of our generation

Friday, November 2nd at 8pm

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”... an astonishing Robin Williams impressionist!”—Daily Variety

“He’s the closest thing to Robin Williams.”—New York Newsday

 

GENERAL SEATING & EVENT INFORMATION

All seating will be RESERVED

***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE Seating Is Available***
If you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

 

TICKET, SEAT, PRICING & FEE INFORMATION

[A Nominal Ticketing Fee will be added for all ONLINE, PHONE and BOX OFFICE purchases]

ALL SEATS: $33.00

Friday, November 2nd at 8:00PM
DOORS OPEN: 7:15PM
PERFORMANCE START TIME: 8:00PM

                   

 

Spend an evening with America’s premiere Robin Williams tribute artist. You will feel you are in the presence of one of the funniest and most heralded comedic icons of the 21st century. Robin was not only a wonderful actor and stand-up comedian, but a philosopher and humanitarian. The show you will see is funny, poignant and sometimes just a wild ride through the mind of a lovable madman. Robin seemed to always be teetering on the edge of childlike innocence even when he was being naughty. If you never had the chance to see him in concert, now is the time. The show you will see tonight is the subject of an upcoming motion picture entitled 'Comeback


About ROGER KABLER

...he is a true renaissance man. Along with being one of the finest comedy impressionists in the country, he is both a talented actor and amazing portrait artist.

He served as the Zima spokesman in national television commercials. He was a regular on the last Carol Burnett series in 1991. Roger also starred in his own NBC sit-com “Rhythm and Blues”.

He wrote, produced and starred in the award winning movie “Who the Hell is Bobby Roos?”, and has recently played to sold out Las Vegas showrooms.. Variety magazine calls him “an astounding impressionist”.