Comic Cure: Freddy Stebbins

SMDCAC Presents

Comic Cure: Freddy Stebbins

ARTIST CHANGE: Due to unforseen circumstances William Lewis will no longer be performing "Damn it's Hot!"


Freddy Stebbins impersonates Walter Mercado
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Freddy Stebbins impersonates Walter Mercado
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Freddy Stebbins impersonates Walter Mercado

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Black Box Theater
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Freddy Stebbins is a professional comedic artist/performer/humorist. His craft combines freestyle character impersonations, stand-up comedy, satire and accent (dialectic) expertise. Recognized for his successful season with the Travel Channel’s “Get Packing!” (see credits) and extensive national TV commercial work, his voice has been heard by millions of Americans through radio/tv/film/animation/sports/attractions. The traveling comedic correspondent for the Los Angeles Dodgers (2000), Freddy is currently the voice behind many attractions at Universal Studios’ Islands of Adventure. With a Master of Arts, (University of Miami), Freddy moved to LA and trained with America’s most prestigious improv troupe; “The Groundlings” (of SNL fame). As a stand-up comedian, he has won several major competitions including The “Certs College Campus Comedy Award” (finalist), “2007 South Beach Comedy Festival” (finalist), “Miami Improv’s Funniest New Commedians/MC 2007” (winner). Freddy is the Miami NewTimes 2016 Best Comedian. His weekly stand-up show was recently acclaimed in the Miami Herald as the “place to be”. Freddy has opened for national headliners Al Jackson and Ian Baggs and most recently headlined the 2015 Brickell Comedy Festival and the 2016 Pride Comedy Festival.

Due to unforeseen circumstances William Lewis will no longer be performing. Ticket holders for the previously planned artist are encouraged to keep their tickets. However, if a refund is preferred, requests can be made by contacting the SMDCAC Box Office in person or by phone at 786-573-5300.