NYC Comedians Highlight Annual WCCC Event

Buddy Fitzpatrick is one of three great comedians that will leave audiences in stitches at WCCC's annual Foundation Comedy Night on Feb. 27.

Expect a night of hilarious fun when New York-style comedy comes to Warren County! Three stellar comedians will keep the crowd laughing all night long at Warren County Community College Foundation’s 10th annual Comedy Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 27 at Hawk Pointe Country Club in Washington Township. 

Meghan Hanley

Meghan Hanley

Meghan HanleyBrian Cichocki, and Buddy Fitzpatrick are known for their hilarious acts on the New York City circuit, having performed in front of live audiences in some of the hottest comedy clubs in New York and throughout the Northeast. 

Hanley has easily charmed audiences throughout the Northeast with her quick witupbeat personality, and infectious smile. She has appeared on “Gotham City Live,” in multiple Women in Comedy Festivals, and enjoys an extensive fan base on social media.  

Cichocki makes the everyday a laughing matter, impressing crowds at Carolines on Broadway, Comix, and Stand Up NY. An acting coach who has made several onscreen appearances himself, Cichocki’s casualness onstage gets his audiences relaxed and ready to laugh. Brian Cichocki

Buddy Fitzpatrick, a talk comedy radio co-host of the former Buddy & Lisa Show, is, in his own words, “Comedian. Single Father. Divorced. Very Tired.” Joan Rivers once told him that he is “funny. Perhaps a little too funny.” And audiences think so, too.  

This veteran comedian and actor (who appeared on HBO’s smash hit “The Sopranos” and has been featured on Comedy Central) was born in Philadelphia, where he found his calling in a Philadelphia comedy club. He’s honed his craft on some of the best stages in New York City, impressing audiences with his inventive material and fun stage presence. 

Sold out nine years in a row, the Comedy Dinner with “celebrity” waiters from the College begins with a cocktail hour at 6 p.m. Dinner begins at 7:30 with comedy at 8:45 p.m. Attendees will be able to bid on a variety of Silent Auction items including some sensational products and services, getaways, gift certificates to restaurants, and other great items.  

Tickets cost $95 each and includes a three-course meal and the show. Sponsorship packages are also available. The event is open to the public. For ticket and sponsorship information, please call Foundation Executive Director Samir Elbassiouny, 908-835-2334, or email, Proceeds from this event goes to student scholarships and other student-driven programs and college activities. 

The WCCC Foundation is a non-profit entity that raises funds for programs, scholarships and other projects at the college.  

WCCC has been serving Warren County since 1981, providing an affordable, high quality education in a broad range of fields of interest. For more information about WCCC and its degree and non-degree programs, visitwww.warren.eduand to learn more about the Foundation, go

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