Known for his hilarious viral rants – the “Italian Hurricane” Vic Dibitetto amounts to The Ridgefield Playhouse after 5 sold-out concerts! Get your tickets now to see Vic Dibitetto with two shows this Friday September 24 at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., part of the Barts Tree Service Comedy Series.

Vic has created many viral video characters including Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, Fool by the Pool, and Ticked Off Vic. His satires of the Yankee and Giant locker rooms are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk the video is like a Christmas carol that returns on television, radio and in the media whenever it snows almost anywhere in the world. Vic has been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield and Ralph Kramden.

He wows his audiences with his fast, frenetic and limitless comedy style. Dibitetto is a 35-year-old comedy veteran who became a YouTube sensation in 2013 with his viral video “Bread and Milk”, which garnered over 19 million views, and playing a character in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 based on his own videos. His new celebrity status and brilliantly funny video rants (“Ticked Off Vic”) have taken his career to new levels and have millions of followers laughing across the country. Make it a great night out with dinner and a show – visit Bareburger Ridgefield (38 Danbury Road, Ridgefield) for dinner and enjoy a glass of house wine or draft beer with your main course when you show your ticket ! The media sponsor of this show is 99.1 WPLR.

Vic Dibitetto often describes himself as “the comedy donkey” or “working class zero”. He is proud to be “an ordinary man with a blue collar”. For most of his career, he drove a school bus or garbage truck as a day job. At the start of the pandemic, his “Message to Government” on inadequate stimulus controls was viewed 33 million times on Facebook and 4 million times on YouTube. “I’m just saying how I feel and what’s going on right now in this country with the workers.” His comedy follows similar powerful themes, as he transforms energy, honesty, and humanity into non-stop laughter.

For tickets and information visit www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org