An Atypical Evening of Fun and Laughter

<p>Join us at the BellaDonna Inn for a fabulous evening of Food, Music and Laughter. Local actor/comedian Rhonny Dam and National touring act Amy Engelhardt wiil be here to entertain you with music jokes and stories that will amuse and amaze you.</p>

<p>Tin City Caters will provide the food which is included in the ticket price.</p>


<p>Rhonny Dam is an actor, comedian, author and Climate Reality Leader &amp; presenter. After too many years trying to wake people up to the realities of over-consumption and waste, she turned her main focus to overpopulation, the least popular topic out there. She is the author of her very popular book: An Atypical Chick, which serves as a call to hybrid women like her. "We may not be able to stop anything, but it's well past time we took over." She lives a quiet (for now) and unassuming life in rural Western PA, back in her hometown, where she awaits the zombie apocalypse.</p>

<p>AMY ENGELHARDT was known as “Amy Bob” from 1998-2011 as the sole female member and writer/arranger for Grammy-nominated, genre-busting vocal band of nutjobs The Bobs. A bridge-and-tunnel kid from NJ, she made her Off-Broadway debut in 2017 as composer/lyricist of BASTARD JONES, a rock musical adaptation of Henry Fielding’s TOM JONES. Nominated for Best New Musical by the Off-Broadway Alliance, the show was also a Richard Rodgers Award Finalist. (“Smartly plotted and irrepressible, with hummable pop music to match.” – TimeOutNY) Theatrical writing credits include book/music/lyrics for TRIPTYCH (NY Transit Museum), commissioned adaptations of Carl Sagan's CONTACT (2009 Puget Sound Theatre Award: Best New Play), and NICHOLAS NICKLEBY and music/lyrics for A COMEDY OF ERAS at ACT Seattle (with the Flying Karamazov Brothers). Her solo CD, Not Gonna Be Pretty, was hailed as the "unlikely and intriguing marriage of Nellie McKay and Meat Loaf." As a session and concert vocalist, Amy’s credits include Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Jurassic World, Jim Henson's Animal Jam, Barbra Streisand's Timeless, the LA Bach Festival and Neil Young's Living With War. A winner of the Burman Award for Songwriting from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC), Amy is perhaps most proud of the multiple plays her comedy songs have had on The Doctor Demento Show. She is the only honorary female member of the Vienna Boys Choir.</p>