The Holiday Sweater Stand Up Comedy Show is coming to Playmakers Civic Theatre, Port Clinton’s Community Theatre, on Friday, Dec. 2 reports Producer Stacy Maple, so get ready for rollicking evening of side-splitting laughs and holiday fun.
“Put on that holiday sweater, grab a drink at our bar and settle in for a night of clean, stand-up comedy on the Playmakers stage,” said Maple. “Fremont native Joe Binkley will get the laughter started at 8 p.m. Headliner Lee Hardin will follow with 90 minutes of jokes, relatable stories, and laughter.”
Playmakers Civic Theatre, 604 W Sixth St., Port Clinton, will open its doors at 7:30 p.m. for the fundraising event, and the laughs begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25, $10 for students. They’re available online at www.pcplaymakers.org, Lilly & Gert’s in Port Clinton or at the door. All seats are general admission.
The show is “Clean Comedy” suitable for families; Wear your favorite holiday sweater, and beer and wine are available.
The Warm-up Act is Joe Binkley and Lee Hardin. Binkley is a Fremont native, pastor and locally known funny man. He is currently the Chaplain for the Norwalk Police Department and the Associate Pastor at The Chapel in Sandusky.
Hardin is based out of Nashville, Tenn. He has been touring the country and over the years has appeared on countless stages and shared the mic with comedians like Henry Cho, Ryan Hamilton and Nate Bargatze.
In 2019 his comedy special, “Not Quite a Grown Up,” was released on Dry Bar Comedy. Hardin has become a regular on The Mike Huckabee Show.
“I’m super excited to be in Port Clinton for the first time on Dec. 2. We’re gonna have fun, and it’s for a good cause,” said Hardin.