Isn’t it cool to be a comedian and be able to perform in your old stomping ground? Just ask Nick Kroll, a native to Westchester County and a graduate of the Rye Country Day School. Nick Kroll is performing tonight at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester at 8pm.
“It’s really exciting.
I’m going to be able to walk down the street in Port Chester to Pat’s Hubba Hubba for a bathtub of chili
after the show, which is exciting", said Kroll. "Performing at a theater like, The Capitol is
awesome because it feels both intimate and grand at the same time. It’s a great
place to see a show and I can’t wait to do a show there. I’ve got a lot of
friends and family who live in the area and are coming out to the show. I’m really
excited about doing the show for the Carver Center, which is an amazing local charity
in Port Chester. There are some great new restaurants in Port
Chester, that I am looking forward to trying. I always try to stop by
the smoke shop in Rye. I like getting ice cream at
Longford’s, sandwiches from Crisfields, and eggs from Poppy’s, said Kroll."