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Kit Kat Klub exterior

The Kit Kat Klub - the Caesar's Palace of the Poconos - features nightly entertainment with an assortment of magicians, comedians, ventriloquists, and exotic dancers such as Misty Storm. The permanent headliner is singer Newt Diamond. Owned and operated by Sid Geaser, this mountaintop nightclub launched the careers of such luminaries as puppeteer Buffalo Bob, vocal group the Chipmunks and, more recently, singer Johnny Rival.

Sean Decker as Sid GeaserSid Geaser: Once thought to have a great eye for talent, he developed an insatiable taste for booze. Shortly after hiring Newt, audiences have stayed away, and that, along with some bad investments on horses, is promising certain foreclosure on the club.

Ryan Sears as Newt DiamondNewt Diamond: He is a legend in certain circles - very small ones. Best known for his Top 100 hit "Innamorata-Da-Vita (Baby)." (It hit number 87 in October of 1951), he toured nationally, warming up for Jerry Vale and Vic Damone, followed by his own tour headlining at fraternal clubs, weddings and bar mitzvahs.

Gretchen Schneider as Misty StormMisty Storm: Sid's niece worked in Reno as a stripper until he found her and brought her back to Pennsylvania, where she does not have to dance with a pole - other than club regular Stanley Poloski.

Bert Furioli as Claude HammerClaude Hammer: Born Claude Hammerjagermeisterwisenheimer in Austria, he moved to the Brooklyn when he was in high school, where he fell in love with Misty. After this former 97-pound weakling left high school and disappeared, he gained 200 pounds of muscle and lost most of his name.

Butch Maxwell as Johnny RivalJohnny Rival: This swinging crooner is known for his television appearances, a supporting part in a movie and honorary membership in the Rat Pack, but he actually got his start in the Kit Kat Klub several years ago. After his first hit record, "Koo Koo Crazy Baby," he quickly moved on to greener pastures - green with money. (Butch Maxwell)

Kit Kat SignSands marquee


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Last updated: September 22, 2008