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Comedy Club of WilliamsburgDecember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
50 Kingsmill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Hilarious, powerful, dynamic, real…if you combine Sam Kinison and Mrs. Doubtfire you have Julia Scotti!" These are just some of the things people are saying about Julia as she changes the way we think about age and a WHOLE lot more. Originally headlining across the country in the 80’s and 90’s as Rick Scotti, she appeared on the original Comedy Central and was the winner of Showtime’s Funniest Person in America contest for New Jersey, she lost the finals to Ellen DeGeneres. In 2000, she left comedy and after much soul searching underwent her life-changing transition. Following a stint at teaching Julia realized she had some unfinished comedy business and in 2011 returned to the stage, and with her return it is obvious she has found her hilarious voice! Her amazing ability to tackle serious issues with extremely relatable humor has audiences of all ages and backgrounds falling in love with this “crazy old lady of comedy”. Julia is a regular at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas and the Borgata, Atlantic City. She will be coming out with her memoir next year, has co-written a TV pilot that has recently wrapped production, and is working on her one woman show set for the fall!
Come celebrate the festivities of the Christmas season with Williamsburg. Enjoy many of the fun celebrations from tree lighting, to country dances, to fireworks to a holiday feast! The decorations are beautiful and range from candles in the windows, to wreaths, to pineapples! Don't forget to pick up some presents for the day itself.
William & Mary Tribe, also known as The Tribe, is the moniker of the athletic departments and sports teams at the College of William & Mary is Williamsburg, Virginia. A member of the Colonial Athletic Association, the school competes in Division I and maintains heated rivalries with a number of other universities, most notably James Madison University, University of Delaware and Old Dominion University.