Sam Adams & Roger Radley

Fri, Jul 14

7:00 pm - $12 seating, $8 balcony
9:30 pm - $10 seating, $5 balcony

295 W Center St., Provo, UT (Previously The Madison)
Beverages and snacks available
Smoking and alcohol free environment
Ages 16 & up*
Live studio audience on a film set**


Smooth. Clever. Hilarious. These words are often used to describe Sam Adams as a comedian, public speaker and Master of Ceremonies. In 2001, he stepped on stage to perform stand-up comedy for the first time, at age 41. Eight years later Sam turned to a career in comedy full-time after winning at the Great American Comedy Festival.

Sam changed careers after making a name for himself as one of Denver’s premier sports journalists. In 2003 was voted by his peers as Colorado’s “Print Journalist of the Year.” As a reporter and columnist his work has been featured in The Denver Post, The Charlotte Observer, Rocky Mountain News and Colorado Avid Golfer magazine.

Sam has also made numerous TV appearances on ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS, NBC and NFL Network. In 2013, he wrote a book, ‘If You Don’t Believe Me: Lessons Learned From Listening To The Greats,” giving readers an inside look at his 23-year career as a sports journalist.



Roger Radley was born and raised on a small farm in Wisconsin and at an early age realized a career in agriculture was not for him. After five years performing, writing and directing sketch comedy Roger quit his “day job” and went into comedy full-time.

Within a short time Roger won a regional comedy contest and decided to try others. He won the American Dream World finals in Atlantic City in a competition against over 400 comedians from all over the United States. Work for corporate and business associations continued, along with self-produced shows at smaller theaters and similar venues.

As his work expanded Roger was called upon to produce radio shows.

Roger recently portrayed the part of NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace in the movie Dare to Dream.

Roger has written and produced TV commercials for regional release while continuing to be called upon to be an opening act at concert halls for major acts.

Touring with Willie Nelson and talking backstage with the likes of B.B. King and the late Johnny Cash are fond memories forthis one-time farm boy who secretly dreamed of becoming a comedian after seeing Jonathan Winters improvise on the Tonight Show.


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