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Delaware's own Frank Vignola returns to The Clayton with his good friends Belynda Cleare and Irwin Loring for an afternoon of stand-up comedy and family friendly humor!

APRIL 16th
at 3 PM

Doors Open at 2:15

Belynda Cleare
Belynda's television credits include Comcast, TBS and Amazon Prime and she is currently workshopping her own one person show.

Irwin Loring
Irwin is an Atlantic City regular who has also appeared at Harvey's Comedy Club and on
Comcast on Demand.

Frank Vignola
A Delaware native, Frank is a New York City based nationally touring comedian with a 30-year comedy career that includes numerous television and festival credits.  He has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in comedy including Gilbert Gottfried, Robert Klein, Howie Mandel, Joan Rivers, Bill Maher and Robin Williams, just to name a few, and brings a wealth of experience and professionalism to his show.  His humor is clean, the laughs are face paced and everyone gets to personally participate in the fun!
During his career, he has had the honor of touring the Middle East with Armed Forces Entertainment and served as a mentor and private coach to many of New York City's up and coming comedians.
A Christiana High School (Class of '78) and University of Delaware (Class of '83) graduate, Frank was born and raised in Delaware and loves having the opportunity to entertain in and around his home state.


*Full concession stand available*



Thank you for supporting this awesome hometown theatre

and other small businesses in the Dagsboro area. 

The Clayton Theatre offers a clean safe venue for you, your family, friends, and our entire community to screen today’s top movies!  Mask restrictions are no longer in place in Delaware, but we ask that you act responsibly and stay at home if you are not feeling well.

When you do join us at the theatre and are sharing a row of seats with another family, please keep one or two seats between your family and the next so everyone can feel more comfortable during the show.

As always, if you are more comfortable doing so, anyone may continue to wear a mask when visiting The Clayton and hand sanitizer is available throughout the theatre for everyone to use.


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