8 p.m. -- please be seated by 7:30 p.m.
Adult comedy at times. Must be 18 to enter. The Comedy Zone has grown from its humble beginnings to become the largest comedy club network in America. New acts every week.
After rigorous comedy classes and seemingly endless nights and weeks and months of unpaid open mic performances, Donna landed her first paid gig in August, 1998, and from that point on, it’s been on!
In March of 2002, Donna made the leap of faith (or insanity, depending on your point of view), and went full-time as a comic. Since then she has been entertaining virtually every week at clubs all over the country, and in September 2002, was given an opportunity to have her standup filmed for a documentary to be released within a few months.
Most folk would be afraid to start something as bold as comedy at the age of 40, let alone begin a new career at 44. Most (especially Donna’s mother) think she’s crazy.
Ms. Carters career is on the rise! Her new Live CD entitled, “Fat Girls Don’t Wrinkle” is on sale now at her live performances and in the Yardsale tab on her website. Listen for selected CD tracks on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.
In 2012, Donna’s taped her first comedy feature for Comcast starring in XFINITY’s On Demand Stand-Up Comedy Series, Who’s Laughing Now! The show benefited the USO of Indiana and was taped in Indianapolis at the Indiana War Memorial. Look for the Who’s Laughing Now All-Star tour kicking off in June of 2013 at the Royal Theater in Danville, Indiana.
When Monty takes those long lanky steps toward the stage, you soon discover that story-teller is very different. He takes your audience through a varied routine pushing them toward disbelief, shock, and appreciation for his comedic talents ... all the while they are laughing hysterically at his stories.
Monty can take stories ranging from a funeral visit, to a fast food drive-through experience, to a police officer's traffic stop and make them stories you will never ever forget. By the time you get to the end of his show, you've heard (maybe more than you planned to) about his marriage, his son, his cat, and his latest trip to the low-rent strip bar.
Monty has been held hostage in the corporate world for years, and the comedy stage has been calling for him to perform. So perform he has across the nation, in bars, colleges, and on-stage. Monty's unabashed enthusiasm and comedic style turns any event (and open-minded crowd) into a great night of comedy.