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Escape from New York Comedy presents the February Freeze Tour this Saturday at Coalition Theater

Three New York comedians have taken their show on the road and land in RVA this weekend for one night of comedy downtown.

Trevor Dickerson



Three New York comedians – Ron Nobles, Eric Neumann, & Ryan Brown, have left the Manhattan skyline in their rear-view mirror to bring their quick-witted humor all across the country. This Saturday, the trio lands in Richmond for one night of comedy at the Coalition Theater.

Ryan Brown began doing stand up in North Carolina and became a fixture of the local scene before leaving for New York where he now pays rent on the Upper West Side. Ryan hosts and produces School Nite Comedy Hour, a monthly showcase at SideWalk Cafe and can be seen at bars and clubs all over the city including Comic Strip Live,New York Comedy Club and more. Outside of New York he’s been featured in the Cape Fear and Asheville Comedy Festivals and worked with notable comics including Dave Attell, JB Smoove, TJ Miller, Charlie Murphy & more. He is also a contributing writer for the fitness satire website, The Overheard Press.

Eric Neumann, a New York City native, is a regular performer at clubs in New York including Comic Strip Live and Carolines On Broadway. He’s performed at various festivals including The New York Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, and Hoboken Comedy Festival. With a sharp wit and undeniable stage presence, Eric finds the funny in everything from his overbearing Jewish mother to his love of the Knicks.

Ron Nobles, originally from Buffalo, performs at bars, clubs and colleges all over the east coast. He’s a clean-cut, every man with a knack for storytelling that can be seen regularly at Comic Strip Live in NYC. He resides in Mamaroneck, NY with his boxer Tony.

The show starts this Saturday, February 24th at 10:00 PM at the Coalition Theater, located at 8 W. Broad Street in the Downtown Arts District. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online here.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.