GARDINER — Johnson Hall and Gardiner Main Street will present The Early Evening Show, featuring Mike Miclon; Maggie and Rob Coffin and another surprise guest will perform at Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center, Thursday, Feb. 14.
The show, which is the longest-running variety show in Maine, begins at 7 p.m.; doors will open at 6:30 p.m. at Johnson Hall, 280 Water St.
All money raised during the show will benefit the Gardiner Fire Relief Fund, which aids victims of fires in the area.
Miclon will host a show that’s both funny and family friendly, with a cast that also include Fritz Grobe and others.
The The Early Evening Show is a spoof of late-night talk shows. Now in it’s 20th year, the show has been performed from Maine to Switzerland, building its reputation with a 14-year run at the Oddfellow Theater in Buckfield.
The show includes improvisation, sketch comedy, music, special guests and surprises, no two shows are alike.
Tickets are available at Johnson Hall during box office hours from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or Niche, Inc., during business hours. Advance tickets are necessary, and there is a $15 suggested donation.
PHOTO: Mike Miclon (Submitted photo)