Barnaby’s presents Rusty “The Logger” Dewees
Barnaby’s presents Vermont’s very own comedian Rusty “The Logger” Dewees.This is a very special night with limited seating!
Thursday, March 15, 2012 - Two separate performances - 6:30pm and 8:30pm.
About Rusty “The Logger” Dewees
Rusty’s self-written and self-produced one man comedy show “The Logger” has played to sold out houses throughout New England. Rusty self-distributes his logger products including The Logger #1 and #2 and now #3 DVD’s, CD’s, Logger wall calendars, and Logger apparel.
Scrawlins, a collection of 94 short stories Dewees wrote, was a bestseller in Vermont. Rusty also just finished “Scrawlins Too” a collection of 85 short stories that will be in stores this fall.
Rusty DeWees’ alter ego, The Logger, is a raw, energetic backwoodsman that is a combination of all that’s wonderful and wacky about the northern New England spirit. The Logger might lack schooling, but he has the wisdom of the hills in his blood and more than his fair share of wit.“Inventive, entertaining, exceptional.” – The Boston Globe
The Logger stage show is a hilarious combination of stand-up, and theatre show that also incorporates plenty tight pin-point funny ad libs, and recently a great set of country kickin music with Rusty on guitar and champion fiddler Don Commo.
The Boston Globe says The Logger is, “Inventive, entertaining, exceptional.”“The Logger,” comic Rusty DeWees, has a voice with the sound of an eager, raspy badger; a frisky, intellectual chipmunk that drinks whiskey. – Clara Rose Thornton, The Rutland Herald
of DeWees’ time is spent connecting with Vermonters both young and old while donating time to more then 40 human service organizations a year including Ronald MacDonald House, Vermont Children’s Hospital, and Meals on Wheels. As one of Vermont’s most sought after speakers, DeWees gives shows and lectures to high school students on the rewards of substance free living, a lifestyle he follows, but definitely does not extend to his on stage character The Logger. He also plays benefit shows for community organizations, and plays his guitar and sings regularly at an area nursing home.
Tickets are $25.00 and a portion of the ticket sales to benefit Springfield Prevention Coalition. Tickets can be purchased at any of the following locations:
*Online at http://www.brattleborotix.com/
*Springfield Cinemas 3 – 26 Main Street Springfield, VT
*PK’s Pub – 113 Rockingham Street Bellows Falls, VT
*Hole in the Hill – 30 Main Street Springfield, VT
*Apron Strings Cafe - 41 Main Street Springfield, VT
*Sprinfield Prevention Coalition – 56 Main St. Suite 208 Springfield, VT
Springfield Cinemas 3
26 Main Street, Springfield, VT 05156