A night of laughter is set to unreel at the downtown Colonial Theatre when Maine’s best comedians take the stage. The legendary Maine Comedy All Stars will perform Saturday, April 28, at 8:15 p.m. in the Dreamland theater of the Colonial, 163 High St.

This Maine-based group of comedians comprises some of the state's best talent, and Waldo County can count on nothing funny happening as this quartet tries to find their way into the unchartered wilderness north of Falmouth.

The night will open with Chris Choate, a comedian and everyman who shares his experiences as a family man living on a coastal Maine town. Choate has delighted audiences from Madawaska to Kittery and is sure to start the evening off right.

The second comedian of the evening will be Colby Bradshaw, whose observations of food and culture has gotten him nominated as Maine's Best Comedian 2018 by the Portland Phoenix. Bradshaw has appeared on “The Nite Show,” in the Portland Maine Comedy Festival and opening for national acts all around New England.

Feature comedian of the evening is Dennis Fogg, who has been a favorite for 20 years around New England thanks to his rapid-fire delivery and wit. Fogg is the house comedian at The Gold Room and has been featured on The Food Network.

Headliner Ian Stuart will cap the night. A favorite at the State Theater, Port City and Aura in Portland, he has toured the United States and Canada, headlining from Texas to Chicago to Toronto. Stuart has his own Pandora Radio Channel and has been featured in “The Tosh.o Blog” and Portland Press Herald; and on WCSH’s “207.”

Dreamland will be filled with laughter and the Tiki Bar will be open with wine and beer. Tickets are $10, available in advance at the Colonial. For more information, call 338-1975 or email mike@pilut.com.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.