It was a popular draw for those in need of a laugh after a long week of power outages, a snowed-out Halloween and kids in the house off from school. On Saturday night, the spacious Liberty Corner firehouse provided an evening of entertainment from a trio of comics who play from New York to California, HBO to Comedy Central, and star in films and theater.
The Saturday night fundraiser for the all-volunteer fire company had a full house, and the trio of comedy performers also raised a lot of laughs — with some in the audience laughing until they cried.
Comedians included Mick Thomas, an Irish American immigrant who entertained the crowd with honest and original takes on American society and life as a young and dedicated family man.
Sandy Marks, is one of New York's fastest rising comics and has appeared on the sitcom "The King of Queens" and Comedy Central.
Lastly, there was Keith Anthony, a progressive performer who has shared the stage with Pat Cooper, Joy Behar, Sam Kinnison and Bill Hicks. In short, Keith had the crowd in stiches. His performance went so well, that the crowd did not want him to leave.