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Three comedians offer laughs a la carte when Comedy Caravan presents a show tonight at Caroline’s Alpine Haus in Radcliff.
The Comedy Caravan show begins at 8 p.m. and features Kristin Key as the headliner, said Tom Sobel, owner of Comedy Caravan. Key was a finalist on season four of the TV’s “Last Comic Standing.”
As noted on her website, www.kristinkey.com, Key has been featured on “Comics Unleashed,” “The Bob and Tom Show” and at The Las Vegas Comedy Festival. She also appears regularly on VH1’s “100 Greatest” series.
Tim McClendon, who runs Midwest Clean Comedy, also is on the roster. Born a preacher’s son, McClendon became a pastor before embarking on a career as a comedian, according to his website, www.timmcclendoncomedy.com.
Emceeing the event is comedian Kent Carney. Carney is part of the “Young, Dumb and Full of Comedy” group that works out of Louisville’s The Bards Town and also appears there as part of its monthly roasts, Sobel said.
Tickets for the show are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
For more information, call Caroline’s Alpine Haus at (270) 982-1177.