Michael Ian Black is a multi-talented actor, writer, comedian, and director and is most recognized for his comic commentary on VH1's popular I Love the '70s/'80s/'90s series. Black first came into the public spotlight as a co-founder and star of the groundbreaking sketch comedy show The State, which ran on CBS and MTV for a total of six years.
His other work includes starring in and co-creating the comedy series Stella on Comedy Central, playing McKinley in the comedy cult-classic Wet Hot American Summer, and a regular role on NBC’s hit drama Ed.
For the past decade, the Comedy at the Beach event has brought national talent to the Delaware beaches to help support a local non-profit school. Previous talent includes Margaret Cho, Gallagher, Joan Rivers, Paula Poundstone, Weird Al Yankovic and others. It's a fun, friendly event that is brought to you through the efforts of faculty, parents of The Jefferson School students, and select local businesses.
The Jefferson School is a non-profit, independent, coeducational day school founded on the belief that a traditional liberal arts and science curriculum, coupled with small classes and an exceptional faculty, offers the basis for excellent education. The school, which seeks a diverse, multicultural student body, strives to offer an innovative academic program designed to foster an enthusiasm for learning and an atmosphere of academic excellence. The enriched curriculum is structured to provide the flexibility necessary to develop the full potential of each child. It emphasizes a mastery of basic academic skills and positive experiences in music, fine arts, science, computer literacy and physical education.
This year's event takes place on Saturday, April 20th at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center in Rehoboth Beach. The doors open at 7:00PM - the show begins at 8:00PM. A cash bar is available and food vendors in attendance.
Saturday, April 20th 2013
8:00pm - 10:00pm
1st Row Up Front