Bridgestone’s Comedy Club in South Amboy will feature

NJ comics for an important cause.

South Amboy, NJ – A group of New Jersey comedians are hosting a show at Bridgestone’s Comedy Club on February 19th at 8:00PM with all proceeds going to help fund breast cancer research.

Veteran comics Kevin Israel, Jerrold Benford, Stephen Buda and Mike Sicoli have come together to create a show that will not only provide laughter but will help support an important cause. The Comedians have over 50 years of combined experience playing clubs and venues across the country.

Israel has been heard on Sirius/XM radio and stars in the webseries, “B.R.O.’s. Benford has headlined at Catch-a-Rising Star and played at Caroline’s Comedy Club in New York. Stephen Buda has been seen on America’s Got Talent and headlined in Atlantic City. Matt Bridgestone appears regularly at the New York Comedy Club and has headlined at the Trump Taj Mahal. Mike Sicoli has opened for Pete Davidson of SNL and Bobby Collins. Israel, Buda and Sicoli host the weekly internet radio show, “Affenders of The Universe” which can be heard live on every Thursday at 6:30PM.

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“I don’t think there is a person out there whose life hasn’t been touched by breast cancer,” explained Israel. “My mother is a survivor and we all wanted to put together a show that would do some good beyond just making people laugh. Every bit counts in the fight against this horrible disease so we hope people will really come out and support the cause.”

“We’re a close group of friends and we love working together whenever possible,” Benford said. “This gives us an opportunity to put on an awesome show while giving something back. With today being World Cancer Day, we think our show is just in time. Laughter may be the best medicine, but generosity and compassion are right up there.”

Bridgestone’s Comedy Club is located at 540 Catherine Street in South Amboy, NJ. Tickets are only $15 and can be purchased online at

For more information, contact Kevin Israel at [email protected].


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