Stand-up Comedy Returns to Arts on the Lake Jan. 24

Mick Diflo, Regina DeCicco, Frank Gentile will perform

Following the success of the first Stand-up Comedy Night in November, Arts on the Lake plans to continue this series of bringing comics from New York City clubs and elsewhere to perform in the Lake Carmel Arts Center. Comics Mick Diflo, Regina DeCicco and Frank Gentile will perform at Arts on the Lake at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24.

Diflo is a fixture in New York City clubs and has also been a contributing writer to The Idiot’s Guide to Jokes, Jest magazine, and The Huffington Post. He comes out of the sketch group Hazmat.

DeCicco became the winner of the prestigious Ladies of Laughter competition in August 2012. In 2013, she was accepted into the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, and selected for the groundbreaking Women in Comedy Festival in Boston. Prior to entering the world of stand-up, DeCicco spent five years in the Design Department of Saturday Night Live and graduated from Barnard College.

Professional comic Gentile uses his personal experiences and unique takes on everyday events to keep audiences laughing all over the Northeast and New York City.

Located in the Lake Carmel Arts Center, 640 Route 52, Kent Lakes, this Arts on the Lake event is open to all with an admission price of $15. There is a $3 discount for AotL members, and anyone can become a member in advance on the web or at any event. Arts on the Lake recommends advance ticket purchase at artsonthelake.org or 845-228-2685.


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