Comedy Under the Stars
friday, JUNE 8 | august 10 | october 5 2018
8:00PM - 10:00PM | Veterans memorial amphitheatre
Join Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District and Sacramento's Laugh's Unlimited for a night full of laughs! Food and spirits available for purchase inside the theatre. No outside food or drink will be permitted. Adults only, no children will be permitted within the theatre.
Comedy Under the Stars may contain explicit language and/or offensive materials and is intended for an adult audience. No children will be permitted within the theatre. Views or opinions presented are solely those of the comedian and do not necessarily represent those of the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District. No refunds, no exceptions.
Group Pack (one ticket to each show): $42 | Pre-Sale: $15 each | At the Door: $20 each
Tickets can be purchased online or by visiting the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District office Monday - Friday between 8:00AM - 5:00PM.
June 8, 2018 - Manny Maldonado was born in Modesto, CA, and raised in the small town of Ceres, CA. He worked odd jobs including as a dispatch supervisor for a medical supply company. As a dare from his friends he tried stand up comedy. The rest was history! He had no intentions on becoming a stand up comedian. "I had hopes and dreams. I’m a firm believer that stand up comedy picked me! The ability to make people laugh is such a thrill." Manny’s comedic style is best described as high energy, and no holding back. His unique ability to crossover to a mainstream audience is making him one of the hottest rising working comics today. Manny has worked with comedians Dave Attell, Dave Chappelle, and Tommy Davidson. In 2007-2008 he was selected to be on The New Latin Kings of Comedy Tour with comedy icon Paul Rodriguez. In 2010, along with Emmy award winning Actor Bryan Cranston, he performed for former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson. Manny performs at clubs, colleges, comedy clubs, theaters, and military overseas as well. Manny’s television credits include Comedy Central’s Comedy Rehab, ABC's Comics Unleashed, Comedy.TV, BET's ComicView, Starz' StaannDUP!, and Dr. Phil as a guest panelist. Manny was also chosen as a writer for 2012-2013 CBS Diversity Showcase. Manny Maldonado can currently be heard on SiriusXM Radio and Pandora Radio.
August 10, 2018 - Tony is featured on the second season of Comedy Central’s “Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution” and "Last Comic Standing” on NBC. He is the winner of the 37th Annual San Francisco International Comedy Competition as well as the winner of Uncle Clyde's Comedy Competition at the Ice House and L.A.'s Funniest Comic. Tony was a semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival. He has also showcased for the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and NACA Nationals (NBC Diversity Stand Up Search). Tony is a paid regular at The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy and Magic Club and the Comedy Union. He has also featured at Flappers, Pepper Belly’s, The Punch Line (Sacramento), The Ha Ha Cafe, The Ice House & The Improv Comedy clubs (Hollywood, Ontario, Brea & Irvine). Tony co-hosts “Crack’em Up Thursdays”- a weekly comedy show at the Comedy Store and is a crowd favorite on the college circuit nationwide. He is featured in as well as co-written numerous comedy sketches and short films- dramas and horrors.
October 5, 2018 - Keith Ross Nelson has been doing comedy for over 25 years. He is the director, co-writer, and star of the TV series Electives. He has performed in all fifty states, as well as all over the world. He was in the independent movies: Mobsters and Mormons, and The R.M. He has been seen on Comedy Time, HuLu, Evening at the Improv, and Entertainment Tonight. He was included in the 2011 edition of Who’s Who, won the Portland Comedy Competition in 2005, and has been featured in the LA Times and the Daily News. He held the Masters High Jump record in his age group for seven years, and won three National championships in high-jumping—two outdoors and one indoors. He was ranked number 1 in the world for outdoor high-jumping in 2000, and number one for indoor high-jumping in 2006. He also finished second in the World Championships in 1998. He has a Black Belt in Kung Fu, as well.