Comedian to kick off concert series

| 15 Feb 2012 | 09:03

    HACKETTSTOWN — World-class celebrities Tommy Tune, Larry Miller and Anthony Zerbe highlight the 2011-12 Centenary Stage Company Concert Season when the second year in the David and Carol Lackland Center opens this September on the campus of Centenary College. The man Jerry Seinfeld calls “the funniest guy I know,” will launch the 2011-2012 concert season. On Sept. 17, CSC presents “Cocktails with Larry Miller: Little League, Adultery & Other Bad Ideas.” Comedian Larry Miller takes to the stage of the Sitnik Theater in his one-man show to share his perspective on marriage, children and drinking, and how each one leads to the other two. As one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces, the comic has appeared in over 50 films including Pretty Woman, Waiting For Guffman and The Princess Diaries. He has made numerous appearances on The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman and Real Time with Bill Maher. Other TV credits include Desperate Housewives, Seinfeld, Law & Order and Boston Legal. In “Cocktails with Larry Miller.” Miller combines his comedy, acting and music talents to create a theatrical experience that appeals to all ages. This “Curtain Up” evening includes a pre-show reception option (6:30 p.m.), the performance at 8 p.m., as well as a post-show VIP Meet & Greet room for limited participants who will have a chance to meet the artist and enjoy a lavish dessert table. Tickets are $35 for show only; $50 for pre-show reception and wine-tasting and show; $100 for performance, pre-show reception, post-show VIP Room with Meet & Greet with Larry Miller with dessert and coffee refreshments. Tickets through the CSC Box office online at and 908-979-0900.