AUBURN – Comedy will return to The Fireside Inn & Suites Saturday, Nov. 1, with a show featuring three New England performers, including Chance Langton, nationally known comedian, musician, actor, and writer.

Langton will be joined by Maine’s own Mitch Stinson and Dan Lee for the show produced by Laughing Matters Comedy. Showtime is 8 p.m.

Over the past 20 years, Langton has headlined at top comedy clubs across the country. He has appeared in concert with Rodney Dangerfield, Jay Leno and Eddie Murphy. His numerous national television credits include appearances on ABC, NBC, Fox, Showtime, A&E, HBO On Demand and on such shows as “Comic Strip Live” and the documentary “When Standup Stood Out.” His CD, “I’m Better Than Them” is heard regularly on XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio.

Langton has acted in Adam Sandler’s “Eight Crazy Nights,” “House Party 2,” and “The Complex World.”

Stinson is a former U.S. Navy fighter pilot turned truck driver turned comedian who has worked the Boston circuit as well as at clubs across the country. Tickets for the show only are $12.50 with a reservation, $16 without. Call 777-1777. The Auburn Inn is at 1777 Washington St., at Exit 75 off of the Maine Turnpike.

Other comedy headliners coming to The Fireside Inn are Bill Campbell, Nov. 15; Joey Carroll, Nov. 22; and Dave Rattigan, Nov. 29.


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