BLAINESWORLD #760, Section 12B (PA/NJ)

My Mom says she enjoys coming out to the Comedy Cabaret to laugh, but she is not crazy about the 4-letter words, so we have a special show for her. We also have an X-rated show scheduled if your Moms like to use the f -word!

It’s your choice!
Bring Mom, and she will THANK YOU for it – guaranteed!!! He has our highest rating. Star Search Champ & The World’s Greatest Ventriloquist – The Taylor Mason Show in South Jersey and Bucks.
Fri April 22nd
Sat. April 23rd.

Or… Be careful … X-rated comedian Ronnie Long Saturday in Northeast Philly April 30th.

Comedy highlights – click here:

Coming in June – tournament of comedy competition champions, features comedians who have WON previous competitions.
And our next show in DE will be in June.

Thank You so much for being on the Comedy Cabaret’s e-list.
Karen in the office : )

P. S. Remember, do not take yourself soooooo seriously – laugh at yourself and others will too.


Upcoming chocolate events open to the public. For more information, contact person at bottom of listing:

Wed, April 27: Vendor Fair, Tinton Falls, NJ: 5:30 pm to 8 pm

Fri, April 29 – Chocolate Soiree, Brodheadsville, PA: 6 pm to 9 pm:
Want to have a chocolate party but don’t want to clean? Bring your friends to our Chocolate Party!

Sat, April 30: Zumba Dance Party Fundraiserfor Susan G. Komen, Berlin, NJ: 12 pm to 2 pm

Sun, May 1: Mancuso Munchkins Fundraiser for Autism, Mt Laurel,NJ: 1 pm to 5 pm

Fri, May 6: Chocolate Soiree, Southampton, PA: 6 pm to 9 pm
Want to have a chocolate party but don’t want to clean? Bring your friends to us!

Laura Klimitas
DOVE Chocolate Discoveries®
7 Stars Team
Independent Chocolatier No. 5073
215-953-0343 or 1-877-823-6188 pin 1269


Friday, April 29 · 4:00pm – 4:30pm
Call in number is: (877)230-3062 Live stream:
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Ruth Anne Wood will appear on “You Are What You Love” Radio Show Network With Vaishãli and Co.

Vaishãli is a faculty member at The Omega Institute, The Kripalu Center for Health & Yoga and the Learning Annex. Vaishãli has appeared on national radio and network television programs including ABC TV, CBS TV & NBC TV and The Dr. Oz show. Vaishãli has been featured on and is a regular contributor for The Huffingto…n Post. Her articles have been published in hundreds magazines worldwide.

What if you were a writer and playwright who could live your dream come true relationships, conversations and experiences after you wrote about them such as meeting and marrying the love of your life, traveling the world, having restored heath and a dream come true career?

Meet visionary writer, playwright, author platform builder and teacher Ruth Anne Wood, who uses the power of story to help clients and audiences “turn adversities into adventures” and achieve specific measurable career, publishing and relationship results through and her Peace, Passion and Prosperity interview series



MORRISVILLE, PA – The Actors’ NET of Bucks County continues its 15th
season with an irreverent and un-politically correct comedy, The Cripple of Inishmaan.

David Swartz of Ambler directs Martin McDonagh’s outrageous comedy set on a
small Irish island in the 1930s. When a Hollywood film crew visits a neighboring island
to make a film, the star struck locals go loopy to be in the film – including a homely
crippled lad, the orphaned Billy Claven. Despite being mocked for his ambition by his
eccentric family and friends, Billy is stubbornly determined to become a star.

“When it came to prospecting for rich humor, unusual characters and awkward
situations, the playwright found a vein laden with treasure of the most delightful nature,”
Swartz said of McDonagh’s un-politically correct script. “The characters berate one
another with a gleeful wild abandon and no one is safe from their barbs.”

Swartz has high praise for his cast “which will fulfill and exceed the author’s
expectations, with their unbounded energy and enthusiasm for the work.”

Michael Gearty of Langhorne stars in the title role, alongside Theresa Swartz of
Ambler and Giz Coughlin of Doylestown who play the pixilated aunts who raised him.
Allison Deratzian of Doylestown co stars as the rowdy young girl Billy secretly pines for,
while Evan O’Rourke of Yardley portrays her dim-witted brother.

John Helmke of Yardville, NJ is featured as Inishmaan’s resident heartthrob and
Mickey Levitan of Allentown, NJ plays the beleaguered country doctor who tends to the
misfit islanders.

“And, in an unprecedented and unusual event for Actors’ NET,” Swartz added,
“I’ve got both Cheryl and Joe Doyle (the theatre’s co-founders) on stage acting opposite
each other. She plays a drunken old lady and he plays her son, the town gossip who is
encouraging her to drink herself to death! Many NET season ticket holders will be
chuckling about their performances for some time to come.”

Kelly E. Allen of Arneytown, NJ stage manages. Director David Swartz designed
the set. Lighting design is by Andrena Wishnie of Morrisville.

Running weekends April 29 – May 15, The Cripple of Inishmaan is produced by
special arrangement with the Dramatists Play Service, Inc. It performs Fridays and
Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. The Heritage Center is located at 635 N.
Delmorr Avenue (Route 32), Morrisville, PA – near the Calhoun Street Bridge. Tickets are
$20 for adults, $17 for seniors and $10 for children 12 and under (note that parental
guidance is advised due to language and subject matter).

To reserve, call the nonprofit theatre company at 215-295-3694 or email The NET website is Those wishing to
purchase tickets on-line may do so at


BuxMont Coalition for Peace Action
The Economics of Happiness
Film and Discussion

Saturday, April 30, 2011
1:00 p.m.
BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
2040 Street Road (just East of US 611)
Warrington, PA
The International Society of Ecology and Culture ( has a new documentary film which is titled “The Economics of Happiness”. It is premiering across the globe in 2011 at major institutes and in communities such as ours. It sheds light on major global and US issues as it ties our happiness (or lack of) to ways of life that can be altered to improve ourselves and the lives of others. Commentaries by Bill McKibben, Richard Heinberg, Rob Hopkins, Vandana Shiva and others are featured.

Following the movie Rob Kall will be hosting the First Organizing Meeting for Bucks County Coalition of Advocacy and Activism Groups. Rob feels that it’s time for the many advocacy organizations in Bucks County to come together and organize a coalition.
For more information about the meeting:

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