If you watched “The Uncle Floyd Show” in its heyday back in the early ’80s, you might not have realized you were witnessing both the end of an era and the beginnings of an enduring NJ comedy legend.
“The Uncle Floyd Show” hearkened back to a time when the likes Sandy Becker, Soupy Sales, Chuck McCann, and Zacherly ruled the daytime airwaves. It may have been billed as a children’s show, but hip audiences knew better. Floyd and his cast of zanies quickly became a shared secret and a New Jersey legend.
Join us for an evening of pure hilarity when Uncle Floyd performs a night of uproarious stand-up comedy and rollicking old-time piano playing to benefit Live Arts at Roy’s Hall.