The event of a full moon has always been the topic of folklore, myth and legend. Scientifically, a full moon is the sun’s rays reflecting off the face of the moon. The arrival of the full moon brings a reason for a monthly celebration and to shine light on unique talents as ever changing as the night sky.
A Unique Event at Mount Hope: Instead of howling at the full moon, grab your friends, share a chuckle and be reminded why laughter is the best medicine! Always ready for a party, the restored Victorian-era barn of the Barn & Barrel at Mount Hope is the perfect location to showcase intimate, limited seating theatrical events. The first floor’s stonework bar offers the wine, beer, cider and spirits produced at the Estate. The second-floor event space overlooking Mount Hope’s award-winning full production winery provides a theater space to enjoy new events brought to the barn in celebration of the monthly Full Moon Fest at the Barn & Barrel.
Upcoming Dates: November 11, 2022
Hours of Operation: Each Full Moon Comedy Night runs from 8PM to 10PM
General Admission (21+ Only): $20 Online Only.
Reservations are encouraged as there is a possibility each event could sell out.
Please Select Performance Date When Purchasing Tickets
Tickets are General Admission: $20 in Advance
Please Note: All Full Moon Fest Events are 21 and over.
Tickets are available on the Virtual Box Office — Please choose the November 11th date when purchasing. Please check back closer to the event for featured performer information.
Andy Forrester has been performing comedy since 1999 and his brand of off the wall humor has made him a club favorite all across the country. His high energy and animated routines have landed him spots opening for such headliners as Marc Maron, Tom Segura, Leanne Morgan, Louie Anderson and Gilbert Gottfried.
His likeable, self-deprecating, fun and easy going style is friendly to everyone as he walks you through the mind and life of the man many call BiG"A".
Although Jennifer Espenshade has been doing standup comedy for only a few years, she has been entertaining crowds for the past 27 years as a performer at the PA Renaissance Faire, doing comedy in a giant pit of mud! Her transition from improv and mud pit diving to standup seemed like a natural progression, plus standup is much more forgiving on her aging body!
She approaches her audiences in an energetic and, at times, risqué manner. Her ability to interact with a crowd, due to her improv background, ensures that each show is different and unique.
Troy started doing stand-up comedy while attending college at Rowan University in 2011. He has opened for Gilbert Gottfried, tours regularly with Jay Black at a variety of clubs and colleges, and is currently featured on NJ 101.5's "Speaking Comedy" 2018 comedy club tour. His topics include his girlfriend, family, and job all of which give him plenty to talk about.
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