Dick Capri has taken the comedy world by storm and has left millions laughing in his comedic wake. He has played every major entertainment medium including nightclubs, resorts, arenas, and theaters. Capri has plied his trade on the Broadway stage and national television. Capri made his Broadway debut in 1991 at The Lunt-Fontanne Theater, co-starring in the critically acclaimed Catskills on Broadway. The show played to sold out houses for 14 months and later toured nationally, leaving audiences roaring with laughter night after night. Dick’s unique style features a measured and deliberate delivery and his material is crisp and topical.
Stewie Stone is living proof you can’t take the kid out of Brooklyn. Even his name “Stewie” comes direct from Flatbush. His fame and fortune turning point came when Stewie opened for Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons in a Fort Lauderdale nightclub. He then spent four years touring with the group and managed to play virtually every major nightclub in the States. He hit the jackpot when he arrived in Las Vegas. He’s opened for Paul Anka, Dionne Warwick, Ben Vereen, Bobby Vinton, Cher, Engelbert Humperdinck, just to name a few. He earned himself the reputation of being one of the best co-bills in the business. After over thirty years of friendship, Stewie still goes on tour with Frankie Valli. For the past 10 years, he has been the Vice-President of the famous Friars Club in NYC, and is their main MC and Roast Master.