PHOENIXVILLE, PA — Jack Maxwell is bringing Conversations: Hosted by Jack Maxwell to the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville on June 3rd. The event will feature conversations with actors, comedians, and musicians, along with music performances and surprise guests. Tickets are on sale now!
You may know Jack Maxwell as the former host of Travel Channel’s Booze Traveler, a show based on Jack traveling the globe to learn about and participate in local culture and share a drink with natives. Jack is both a professional actor and adventurer and now he’s bringing his new venture, Conversations: Hosted by Jack Maxwell, to the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville on June 3 at 1 p.m. Guests are invited to join Jack as he films in front of a live audience for a series of undoubtedly humorous conversations with fellow actors, comedians, and musicians. Maxwell has endless stories from his global adventures filming Booze Traveler, as well as from his time spent growing up in South Boston where he learned some of his life’s best lessons in the local barrooms.
Scheduled to appear during this fun-filled evening are horror icon Ron Rogge; acclaimed jazz musician and paranormal investigator Eric Mintel; and actor Casper Van Dien. Rogge is an actor who’s appeared in 3 dozen films and countless television episodes, including Stranger Things, American Horror Story: Hotel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and has produced/performed/directed a series of horror films. Mintel has showcased his jazz talents at the White House and on television, and is heavily involved in investigating all things paranormal, including ghosts and UFO’s. Casper Van Dien is an American actor, producer, and director known for his impressive range of performances. He rose to fame in 1997 after his breakthrough role as Johnny Rico in the science fiction film, Starship Troopers, and played Brom Bones in Tim Burton’s critically acclaimed film, Sleepy Hollow. The award-winning stars will fill Jack in on what we can expect next!
Later in the show, Jack will be joined by comedian Kris Fried. Born in the Lehigh Valley, Fried’s been a regular performer at NYC’s Comedy Cellar and panelist on Fox News’ The Greg Gutfeld Show. He’s appeared in sketches on Conan O’Brien and written material for SNL Weekend Update and WWE. Fried has a Master’s degree in psychology from Harvard University for seemingly no reason, publishing his thesis in the International Journal of Humor.
Neil Grover, singer and songwriter, will join Jack on stage next to keep you entertained. Earlier this year, Grover released his third body of work – a concept album entitled, Secrets in this Room. He will be performing his latest single, “Who Am I To Say”, at the event.
Guests can expect several surprise guests, actor meet & greets, and more during this memorable afternoon! The filming begins at 1:00 and will conclude at approximately 4:00. Tickets are $45 for a floor seat and $25 for the balcony and are on sale now. Following the show, guests are encouraged to take a short walk down to Bistro on Bridge to taste a special drink created by Jack. The Colonial Theatre is located at 227 Bridge Street in Phoenixville, PA. Bistro on Bridge is located at 212 Bridge St.
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