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Posted on: November 23, 2020

[ARCHIVED] James Patrick Connoly Headlines December 'Comedy in Place'

Village Theatre Welcomes James Patrick Connoly

Connoly to headline December Comedy with Liz Grant Show


Make it a holly jolly holiday this December as comedian James Patrick Connoly headlines the upcoming “Comedy in Place with Liz Grant & Friends.” The upcoming show is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Saturday, December 5, 2020. Connoly is a radio/television host known for his playful style and quick wit.  He has appeared on America’s Got Talent, Comedy Central, HBO, and in the Netflix Series, “Larry Charles: Dangerous World of Comedy.”  He can be heard daily on SiriusXM, and has hosted “Life From Here” for National Lampoon XM Radio.  Every year he produces a Veterans Day Comedy Show which benefits the Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP).


Also featured this December is comedian, writer, and actress, Mary Gallagher. Gallagher had her national stand-up television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.  She can also be found on Amazon Prime’s “Laugh After Dark” and on the hidden-camera horror show “Prank Encounters.”  She is also a part of The Montreal Comedy Festival with her web series, “Be My Therapist” which she co-created and stars in.

Price of admission is $15.  Tickets can be purchased online at

This show is held via Zoom and a link to the show will be sent one hour before show time. Having a watch party or celebrating a birthday? Get a shoutout during the show by emailing the details to .


For details on “Comedy in Place with Liz Grant & Friends” contact Performing Arts Coordinator John Dunn at or (925) 314-3418.  


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