Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet? is a live, one man comedy and music show about what a long, hilarious trip it has been. The show is a comedy celebration of the boomer generation using boomer nostalgia and boomer tunes.
Watch an excerpt from the show here:
In 2014 it ran for eight sold out shows at the Broadway Playhouse in Santa Cruz, CA. It moved to Los Angeles to the Santa Monica Playhouse directed by Mark W. Travis and the moved to the Marsh Theater in San Francisco.
Lisa Jensen of the Good Times Weekly Santa Cruz says, “…in his funny stories, Stockton hits the mark with his easygoing storytelling style, physical clowning and wry observations. … a wildly entertaining one-man extravaganza.”
Read the full review by clicking on this poster.
A story song about a Vietnam vet living in his wheelchair in Santa Cruz. It’s rhymed verse over a guitar groove telling the events on Chestnut Street between Timmy Two Socks, Officer Dick and Rising Moon. 7 minutes
Richard Stockton performs at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz, CA, Reframe Comedy