Just a few of the talents you'll find entertaining at an NYEC Show...

Curretly the drive-time voice of Party 105.3 on Long Island, Goumba Johnny has shared the stage with many of the top acts in comedy such as Andrew Dice Clay, Mario Cantone, George Wallace, Jay Mohr, Tommy Davidson, Martin Lawrence, Colin Quinn, Paul Rodriguez, Caroline Rhea, Dom Irrera, Richard Jeni, Bobby Slayton, David Alan Grier, and Jerry Seinfeld. His comedic sense brought him success in other entertainment genres as well, and he co-created the television show “Let’s Get Stupid” and sold it to Telepictures.

Goumba Johnny has appeared on various television shows such asGrowing Up Gotti, The Weakest Link, The Montel Williams Show, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, The CBS Early Show, The Ricki Lake show, The Queen Latifah Show, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Metro TV/Naked New York and Court TV. In the past Johnny has written for the popular national magazine Cosmopolitan; contributed to US Weekly – Fashion Police for 3 years, and he currently contributes weekly to national magazine Star in Style Stalkers. He has also hit the soap opera circuit landing roles on two popular CBS shows; Guiding Light and As the World Turns. 

Voted “Best New Comic” by The New York Daily News in 1980, Tommy Koenig was one of the first of the new breed of comics that colonized the nation and ushered in the modern day comedy club circuit. His frequent appearances on stand-up comedy shows (A&E’s ‘Comedy on the Road’ from London, Jamaica, New York and LA; as well as ‘Evening at The Improv’, MTV’s ‘Half-Hour Comedy Hour’, Showtime’s ‘Comedy Club All-Stars’, and other TV shows (from ‘Miami Vice’ to ‘Scooby Doo’), film (Mel Brook’s ‘Robin Hood’, ‘Dracula’, co-star of ‘Stitches’), and commercials along with consistent success in clubs and concerts all over the world have made him a mainstay in the entertainment business for over 40 years and still going strong!
Rob Bartlett

Rob Bartlett started performing stand-up comedy in 1978 hoping it would lead to a career in acting. Nearly 30 years later, Rob has become one of the most versatile performers around. He is a successful actor, standup comedian, radio personality and writer.
He's been a mainstay on the Imus in The Morning radio show, and has been a Broadway regular in shows such as Chicago, Little Shop of Horrors, Sweet Charity, The Odd Couple, and most recently in the revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying with 'Harry Potter' himself, Daniel Radcliffe.  VISIT HIS WEBSITE! |
"The room was filled with so much good nature laughter, you wouldn't hear a tractor trailer falling through the roof." Frankie Pace is national headliner, performing since the early days of Seinfeld. Frankie's performances have always proven to be a hit never a miss. Whether Frankie performs in Casinos like the Mohegan Sun Arena in front of 7000 or just an intimate country club private party, you'll enjoy the talents of this gifted comedian. His credits include: Saturday Night Live, Flight of the Concords, Comic Strip Live, Comedy Tonight, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, Caroline's Comedy Hour, HBO, Cinemax, etc; etc VISIT HIS WEBSITE!

John Blenn is a
Screenwriter. Playwright, Director, and Actor. He's had  57 of his works staged since 1995. He's now the Five Towns College Playwright-In-Residence and is associated with Middle Class American Productions [MCAP], Long Island's only all-original theatre group and the producer of 'AMERICAN DATING CATASTROPHIES' which have been a staple of the NYEC lineup since it was formed

Funk Filharmonik's big, fat, fiery horn sound and chunky rhythmic vibe has become a magnet for musicians and music lovers of all stripes, from jazz hipsters to rockin' bikers, from students to teachers, youngsters to oldsters, fans of jazz, funk, soul, R & B, listeners, dancers, to some of the most well know musicians in the NY Metropolitan area.

Funk Filharmonik has influenced many other local bands and fueled the resurgence of horn bands on L.I. Their performances have become a local hang for so many players. One never knows who is in the audience and might come up to sit in with the band, particularly when they gig in Manhattan. The band does, after all, feature some of Long Island's hottest and most in demand players. Collectively, they've recorded and continue to perform with the icons of popular music, including Ray Charles, Billy Joel, Paul Simon, Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Tower of Power, Diana Ross, Janet Jackson, Blues Brothers, Aretha Franklin, John Mayer, Bootsy Collins, Steve Cropper, Shaggy, the Winans, Mariah Carey, The Allman Brothers, John Oates, Eddie Floyd, Huey Lewis, Michael Bolton, Queen Latifah, and so many more. VISIT THEIR WEBSITE! |

"The Funniest Improv Comedy Team on the East Coast!" - Mohegan Sun

Besides being regulars at the Connecticut Casino, Al Isaacs and Scott Baker have been a staple on the Long Island comedy scene for over a decade, sharing the stage with the likes of Rosie O'Donnell, Joe Rogan, Jim Breuer, Joe Rogan, Kevin James and more! Their interactive brand of comedy is perfect for any age and any situation, just as comfortable headlining on a cruise ship or for one of the many charitable foundations they've performed for, raising over half a million dollars on their behalf!

Al is also the resident teacher of the NYEC comedy classes for improv and stand-up students. VISIT THEIR WEBSITE! |