City Steam's Brew Ha Ha Presents: Buddy Fitzpatrick - He was a regular on The Sopranos

with Kevin Dombroski and Claudia Stavola

Philadelphia may have been where Buddy Fitzpatrick was born, but it was in a Philadelphia Comedy Club where he came to life. And as any true Philiadelphian, he now lives in New Jersey.

Buddy's stand-up made him a regular on Comedy Central with appearances on ABC and A&E.

Buddy can be seen in the Damon Wayans' film, Harlem Aria, and in The Business of Strangers, starring Julia Stiles and Stockard Channing.

His television credits include HBO's "Sopranos." Buddy has written, produced and performed his biographical play "Sides" at various NYC theatres.

Kevin Dombroski

Kevin Dombrowski is a standup comedian that constantly finds himself in the wrong place at the right time for comedy.

A regular around the New York comedy circuit, Kevin has been seen multiple times on The Artie Lange Show on DirecTV, Comedy Time TV, and The Wendy Williams Show.

Kevin has been cast in a series of Geico SportsNite Commercials, entitled ‘The House Of Fans’ as the ‘Yankee Fan’, circulating on SNY and other networks.

A regular on the Artie Quitter Podcast (Artie Lange’s Uncensored Podcast), Kevin has also been heard on Laughin’ and Livin’ with Carlos Mencia and Friends (Carlos Mencia’s Podcast), The Joe and Scott in the Morning radio show, as well as numerous other podcasts and radio programs around the country.

Kevin has been featured in several comedy festivals and competitions, including numerous times in the annual March Comedy Madness standup competition at the legendary Carolines On Broadway.

Kevin has performed with such acts as Gilbert Gottfried, Artie Lange, and Colin Quinn.

When not performing at the top comedy clubs, casinos, and colleges around the country, you can catch Kevin opening up regularly for Carlos Mencia on the road.

Claudia Stavola

Coming from a family of irrational lunatics, and having low self-esteem (but not low enough to strip)—I realized that I’d rather laugh than cry…and that lots of Catholic women marry closeted gay men (What? Where did that come from?).

I think like a guy, I joke like a guy, and I look like an x-ray when my shirt’s off. My comedy does not aim to please or offend any particular group. It’s comedy for people who just “get it”. My inspiration comes from never fitting in, disdain for peoples’ robotic interests in life. They’re also the people who gasp in horror when somebody uses the word “fat” to describe a co-worker…the same co-worker that said white person never e-vites to happy hour because “I didn’t realize she wasn’t in my contacts list”.

In addition to performing all over the East Coast, I also VERY briefly co-hosted the radio show “What’s Your Problem” with veteran comedians Rev. Bob Levy and Eric McMahon.

Tickets are available by calling City Steam Brew Ha Ha. (860) 525-1600.

If you wish to sit with a party who bought tickets seperately, please call the venue at (860) 525-1600, or select the "notes" box at checkout and write the name of the other purchaser.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age with valid government-issued photo ID to attend all performances.
  • Seating is determined they day of the show based upon the chronological order that tickets were purchased. Consideration is given to party size. Requests are welcome but no guarantees are made.
  • Tickets are not transferable and retain no cash value.
  • Online ticket purchases CANNOT be redeemed with a discount voucher. In the event you have a voucher, please call 860-525-1600 to make reservations.
  • All seating arrangements are final !
  • All guests must exhibit appropriate conduct during the live performance. If you are disruptive to other patrons, you may be approached by a manager. If approached a second time, you may be asked to leave without refund.
  • Full menu and Bar available throughout the majority of each show.
  • Service is offered tableside only. No separate checks. Only guests seated at the bar may order from the bartender.
  • No Frozen Drinks. Never a drink minimum.
  • Food and beverage is not included with the price of admission.
  • Parties of 8 or more are recommended/requested to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to the 8pm Friday and 7pm Saturday shows if you wish to have full dinners, so that we may have ample time before the show begins to offer exemplary foodservice.
  • Doors open 90 minutes prior to showtime for the 8pm Friday show and 7pm Saturday show. Doors open 30 minutes prior for Saturday 10pm show.
  • Performers subject to change.
  • Weather Disclaimer: Refunds for admission will only be considered if the State of CT closes major roads into the City of Hartford (I84 or I91). In this event, you will also have the option of forwarding your ticket purchase as a credit towards a future show.
  • Philadelphia may have been where Buddy Fitzpatrick was born, but it was in a Philadelphia Comedy Club where he came to life. And as any true Philiadelphian, he now lives in New Jersey.

    Buddy's stand-up made him a regular on Comedy Central with appearances on ABC and A&E.

    Buddy can be seen in the Damon Wayans' film, Harlem Aria, and in The Business of Strangers, starring Julia Stiles and Stockard Channing.

    His television credits include HBO's "Sopranos." Buddy has written, produced and performed his biographical play "Sides" at various NYC theatres.

    Kevin Dombroski

    Claudia Stavola

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