Marc “Skippy” Price and Bobby Henline in Indianapolis, IN

Thursday, November 10
Doors: 6pm Show: 7pm

Loved by millions as Skippy from the hugely popular 80’s sitcom Family Ties starring Michael J Fox; As a stand up comedian Marc Price has opened for Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld.  As an actor he’s starred in movies such as Trick Or Treat, with Ozzy Osborne and Gene Simmons as well as Killer Tomatoes Eat France.  As a host he helmed late night talk shows (The Midnight Hour- CBS) and TV game shows (Win, Lose Or Draw- Disney Channel).  In the 2000’s he was successful behind the cameras writing and producing for E! TBS, Disney Channel, Animal Planet, GSN, Showtime and more.  While 2020 shut down the live touring business, Marc kept busy hosting his own 80s radio show in Daytona Beach and currently has two new tv projects in development.  Heading back out on the road, check out his stand up comedy tour to find out why the Los Angeles Times calls him “refreshingly bright” and the Boston Globe says he’s “wickedly funny.”

Bobby Henline spent 13 years in the Army.  While on his fourth tour in Iraq, three weeks after his arrival, an IED blast blew up his Humvee.  Burns covered almost 40% of his body, bones in his face and shoulders were fractured, and his head was burned to the skull.  Put into a medically induced coma for two weeks, Henline was flown back to the states.  During his initial six-month hospital stay, Bobby remained upbeat, positive, and relied on humor to get him through each day.   Singing a ditty over and over garnered the attention of his occupational therapist who challenged him to go to an open mic night and try his hand at comedy.  Today, Henline continues his quest to make people laugh in a variety of venues.  The open mic night provided him an opportunity to perform professionally as the “Well Done Comedian” at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club (Las Vegas, NV), Laugh Factory (Chicago, IL), and Hollywood Improv (Los Angeles, CA) to name a few.

** All sections are first come – first served
** Show is all ages, but recommended as 17 and over.
** VIP Section are seats within first 16 rows of the stage