The Carmel Foundation stages the fourth comedy show in the Boomer Humor Series with the brilliant and insightful wit of Kat Simmons. Joining the series, host/producer, comedian Richard Stockton, for an early evening of standup comedy that celebrates the maturation of the boomer nation.
Kat Simmons is a 27 year veteran of the international comedy club circuit. You may have seen her at The Improvs, Catch A Rising Star, the Comedy Channel, Fox’s Comedy Tonight, or on Candid Camera. She has toured with The 3 Blonde Moms and won the eWomen Network's international talent contest in Dallas.
Kat Simmons has a unique talent for combining physical comedy with real life situations. She has been compared to the masters of the craft, Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett and Red Skelton. She is a favorite at women’s events because she tells it like it is. Her humor is clean and elevates and enlightens her audiences.
Comedian and musician Richard Stockton will open the show, bringing a musical component to the boomer trip down memory lane, taking his fellow boomers back to their youth through the portal of music that shaped our generation. Hitting the cultural milestones that have marked this amazing, volatile and vulnerable generation, Stockton takes us from Hi-Fi to Wi-Fi, from Oxford shoes to orthopedics, from hippy to hip replacement, from the senior prom to the senior… uh… hmm... on yeah, moment!
ABOUT THE SHOW
A hilarious celebration of the boomer generation, by two comedians, themselves in the leading edge of this honored and distained generation. It is standup comedy about this huge cohort that was arguably given everything and set about to change it, and now relies on comedy to get a sense of what happened.