Popular New Jersey Comedian Making Stop at Historic Theatre in Bucks County

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The comedian will be stopping in Bucks County in April.

A popular comedian, who was a fixture on one of the most popular radio programs of all time, will be performing in Bucks County very soon.

New Jersey comedian Rich Vos will be making a stop at the historic Newtown Theatre, located at 120 North State Street in Newtown, on April 1 at 8:30 PM. Having been active in the comedy scene since the early 1980s, Vos gained notoriety as a regular guest on “Opie and Anthony”, a popular radio program that ran from 1995 to 2014.

Throughout his career, Vos has had four comedy specials air on Comedy Central and has over 100 television credits to his name. Along with his wife, comedian Bonnie MacFarlene, he hosts the popular podcast “My Wife Hates Me”.

Vos is just one of several comedians that the theatre will have hosted this year alone. Earlier this month, the theatre hosted comedian Dave Landau, who was the co-host to “Opie and Anthony” host Anthony Cumia’s “The Anthony Cumia Show”.

Learn more about Vos’ upcoming performance at thenewtowntheatre.com.


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