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All proceeds benefit the Literacy Council of Benton County

Cash bar available benefiting the Literacy Council of Benton County

Menu Choices Included with the purchase of the ticket: (ordered after you are seated)

A.  6 oz Tenderloin filet with, Grove mashed red potatoes, seasonal vegetables & mushrooms

B.   Bacon Pork Loin, mashed red potatoes, seasonal vegetables

C.  Eggplant Parmesan with red potatoes and seasonal vegetables

         All served with Reese's Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie


About the Show

Jeff Richards has the distinction of being the first person ever to be a cast member on both Saturday Night Live and its rival sketch show, MADtv. He is an incredibly gifted impressionist with an arsenal of original characters and over 100 spot-on celebrity impressions and including: Jimmy Fallon, Dustin Hoffman, Donald Trump, Robert Downey Jr, David Letterman, Dr. Phil, Gary Busey, David Attenborough and many many more. Even though his hilarious and pointed impressions were a frequent staple on SNL, his most popular and well-remembered character was an original, “Drunk Girl.”

Jeff has toured the country performing everywhere from Universities to top comedy clubs, and theatres. He’s also performed his sets on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Comics Unleashed, and NBC’s Late Friday

In addition to stand-up, he has taken on roles on TV series including Real Rob, Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Mind of Mencia, Flash Forward, and VH1’s Hit the Floor.