Actor, musician, and comedian Tommy Koenig is wearing all of his hats in his latest stage show, "Baby Boom Baby." The musical comedy, is 90 minutes of just Koening exploring the Boomer generation's search for themselves through Rock and Roll icons from the 50's to present-day. A Comedy Central and National Lampoon star of stage and screen, Koenig brings his comedy and a variety of his characters to this rollicking show. If you dig rock 'n' roll, you'll find a nostalgic chord in the tunes of this "1-Man Woodstock."
"Baby Boom Baby" continues Thursday, December 11, through Sunday, December 14 at the Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, 3450 Winton Place. 7 p.m. on December 11; 8 p.m.,December 12 and 13; and 3 p.m., December 14. $26-$29. downstairscabaret.org.
Due to the recent snowy weather, Thursday, December 11's performances of "Baby Boom Baby" (at 3450 Winton Place) and "Riding the Midnight Express" (at 20 Windsor Street) have been canceled by Downstairs Cabaret Theatre. An additional performance of "Riding the Midnight Express" has been added for Wednesday, December 17.