Alfresco Antics: The Roar of Laughter to Ring Across Peddler’s Village

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Peddler's Village hosts comedians tonight.

The kid-friendly site at Peddler’s Village, Giggleberry Fair, provides a silly site for the younger set. But adults in search of belly laughs for themselves can take advantage of tonight’s show in the destination’s outdoor event tent.

Three comics — Dwayne Dunlevy, Rob Epple, and Doug Karpf — are on the bill; their observations are sharp, pointed, satiric, and appropriate for audiences 18 and older.

An onsite cash bar will help patrons feeling a little dried out by the early evening heat (check-in is at 7:00 p.m.; the performance starts at 8:00 p.m.).

But the sets have been arranged without food service. So, fans of funny who want to dine beforehand can choose among the restaurants in the Village. In fact, the show offers a 10 percent discount to diners who flash a confirmation email for seeing the comedians.

Tickets are $25; all admissions are electronic; seating is first-come, first-served.

The lineup of funnymen is:

  • Dwayne Dunlevy, a multifaceted Bucks County native who blends comedy and music in his self-written, self-performed shows
  • Rob Epple, a seasoned comic who has toured with Artie Lange, Robert Kelly, and Joe Piscopo and who regularly performs for the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Doug Karpf, whose trademarks are rapid punch lines and wild improvisations; Karpf was nominated by the Emerging Comics of New York as best host

More information on comedy tonight in the Peddler’s Village event tent is online.

Doug Karpf at work.
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