Ross Bennett is a 30-plus-year veteran of stand-up comedy who works 100 percent clean, and he will bring his signature show to the historic Milton Theatre at 8 p.m., Friday, April 30. Bennett has mentored comics like John Mulaney, and his DryBar comedy special has been viewed millions of times.
MacArthur attended West Point and became a national hero. Eisenhower attended West Point and became president of the United States. Ross Bennett attended West Point, dropped out, and became a comedian. For 30 years, Bennett has led a comedy attack, armed with an expressive delivery and real-life topics like growing up with a father who was a Marine colonel (a nice mellow guy!), grade school snow days, disastrous golf games, catastrophic water-skiing outings and middle-age medical procedures. Bennett is a high-powered performer who takes his act to the audience and comes back with a victory every time!
Aside from appearing on the “Late Show With David Letterman” five times, Ross has also appeared on Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd,” Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Dick Clark’s “Keep On Cruisin,” and Showtime’s “Big Laff Off,” to name a few.
Tickets are available for purchase online at MiltonTheatre.com. For individuals or groups larger than four, call the box office at 302-684-3038. The Milton Theatre is at 110 Union St., Milton.