Comedian-Juggler Bryson Lang at Medallion Opera House

Bryson Lang will be performing on Saturday, April 13, at 11 am at the Medallion Opera House, Gorham Town Hall, 20 Park Street, Gorham.

Everyone from elementary school kids to senior citizens enjoy Bryson Lang’s interactive, family-friendly Comedy-Juggling show. Bryson uses ball-spinning, flying sombreros, giant bouncing rings, object manipulation, original comedy and audience participation for a unique and visual entertainment experience. He combines performance to music and comedy to create an exciting, interactive show. You will definitely see things you’ve never seen before and you’ll be laughing along the way.

The Reno Gazette Journal said, “A talented juggler who wins the audience with his charm.” Tahoe Spotlight Magazine called him, “Outstanding and a fast-paced mix of world-class juggling and comedy!” He’s technical, he’s fun, he’s silly and he’s entertaining.

Come see why Bryson Lang is “The Cure for the Common Show!”

The show is presented by the Medallion Opera House and sponsored by the Gorham Public Library and McDonald’s Restaurant in Gorham. Donations gratefully accepted at the door.

Comedian Juston McKinney at Medallion Opera House

With multiple appearances on The Tonight Show, his own Comedy Central Specials and consistently selling out theaters, Juston McKinney is at the top of his game.

He has appeared on a half dozen Comedy Central shows including his half hour Comedy Central presents and his one-hour special Juston McKinney – A Middle Class Hole, which was released by Warner Bros. He has appeared numerous times on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno as well as the Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. He was chosen to be part of the Blue Collar Comedy “Next Generation” Tour, with Bill Engval, which aired on TBS and had his own weekly show on Sirius/XM radio, Live from the Woods with Juston McKinney. In 2018, Juston could be seen on the Showtime special Unsportsmanlike Comedy with Rob Gronkowski and part of Comics Come Home comedy event at the TD Garden.

His TV credits include: The King of Queens, the Sidney Lumet drama 100 Centre Street. His move credits include The Zoo Keeper and Here Comes the Boom.

Juston also wrote, created and starred in the web series Hosed, about a volunteer fire department in the fictitious town of Effingwoods, NH. It caught the eye of Denis Leary and his production company Apostle. Juston then wrote the pilot and it was sold to IFC