Atlantic Arts Theater’s Show-Stoppers Show No Sign of Stopping

Frank Licari, Travis Thomas and Jesse Furman are The Jove Comedy Experience.

Frank Licari, Travis Thomas and Jesse Furman are The Jove Comedy Experience.

The Atlantic Arts Theater had a fantastic Spring season of stage performances and is heading into summer with a full bill.

Things kicked off with Carnival Cruise Lines’ “Entertainer of the Year” Al Ernst. The popular comedian is known for blending motivational speaking with humor and is a favorite at corporate gigs. The laugh-a-minute show was followed by The Jove Comedy Experience, presenting its 67th production, “Death & Taxes & Other Funny Things.” The improvisation was a blend of musical and sketch comedy with always-unpredictable audience participation.

Dave Williamson appeared at the Atlantic Arts Theater next with a stand-up show for the ages. The Miami native and Auburn University graduate turned his job as an automobile salesman into a respectable shtick and took it to the road, appearing in comedy festivals all over the country.

May turned out to be a busy month for area actors and theater-goers who live in homes in Jupiter and the surrounding communities. After “All the King’s Women” at the end of April came “Seussical the Musical,” then “Legally Blonde the Musical” and finally “Lend Me a Tenor,” which wrapped up June 2.

On June 15, The Jove Comedy Experience returned with the appropriately named “Summer Blockbuster: Most Faster and Furiouser 7.”

For information about the Jupiter gem that is the Atlantic Arts Theater, call 561-575-4942.

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