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  • Ryan Erwin: Vertical Claps

    Movie

    Two words that describe Ryan are sassy and gassy. He works by day as a middle school theatre teacher. He was awarded the 2018 Teaching Star of the Year winner by the Utah Middle School Teachers Association.

  • Glen Tickle: The Favorite

    Movie

    Glen Tickle apologizes for his last name, explains the things only professional comedians have time for, and tells all the stories he's only allowed to tell on stage.

  • Mark Evans: Southern Not Stupid

    Movie

    Mark is here to relay the stupidity of the human race. Among his claims are proof that Miss Piggy is alive and well, indoor plumbing is widely accessible in the South, and hunting is not and never will be a sport.

  • Jimmy Della Valle: Famous Nobody

    Movie

    Jimmy is well known for his high energy rapid-fire delivery, hilarious stories, and one-liners as well as amazing improvisation off the audience responses with Headlining performances that are always on the edge with his unique edgy streetwise point of view.

  • Shawn Reynolds: Got Room For One More?

    Movie

    Shawn Reynolds is a nationally touring, clean comedian and funny dad of six who's not afraid to tell people he's also a trophy husband.

  • Heath Harmison: The Pandemic Special

    Movie + 1 extra

    Returning for his second Dry Bar Comedy special, Heath Harmison jokes about having Starbucks baristas write handsome on his cup and compares his experience growing up with his kid's.

  • Joey Callahan: The Notorious F.O.D.

    Movie

  • Greg Morton: I Started Out, As A Baby

    Movie

    Greg Morton had only two choices in schoolyard conflicts. Learn the ways of the force, or use his wit to diffuse situations.

  • Mike Gaffney: Dummy Magnet

    Movie

  • Andy Gold: Dreamcatcher

    Movie

    Andy Gold has appeared in festivals and competitions all over the country, including the Boston Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off and Comcast's Trial by Laughter Comedy Festival.

  • Brian Bates: Uber Important

    Movie

    Brian Bates worked for nearly 20 years in corporate America before he launched a career in stand up comedy. His experience in the working world gives him a unique perspective on stage that resonates with audiences of all backgrounds

  • Leland Klassen: More True

    Movie

    Raised on a farm in the heart of Canada, Leland quickly learned that shoveling manure and weeding potatoes, although lucrative, wasn't his passion in life.

  • Rodney Laney: Who is Rodney Laney?

    Movie

    Rodney Laney has completed pilots for Comedy Central, MTV, and A&E. He has been seen on HBO, FOX News Channel's Red Eye, The Late Late Show on CBS, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, comedy.tv on the HD channel, two appearances on Gotham Comedy Live AXSTV, and Live in Gotham VR.

  • Joe Larson: Champion

    Movie

    Joe Larson, the son of a working comedian, started comedy at an early age and has always had a knack for making light of any situation.

  • Cleto Rodriguez: Cleto is My Real Name

    Movie

    Rodriguez connects with audiences by relating everyday life experiences. Anything and everything is fair game, from marriage mishaps to the challenges of dieting.

  • Rik Roberts: Put Down The Sweet Tea

    Movie

    Rik Roberts brings a little bit of Nashville everywhere he goes. From quick bits about family and technology, to surprising stories about marriage and music – you'll find something you can relate to.

  • Rob Little: Ado-Rob-Ble

    Movie

    Rob Little's outlook on life can be summed up in two words: Pure Optimism. In a recent interview he revealed, "In elementary school, kids would always pull food away from me at lunchtime saying mean, hurtful things like… 'Let go of my sandwich!'"

  • Collin Moulton: Anti-Animal Vegan

    Movie

    Collin is one of the most fun, personable, and sought after headliners today. He has had his own stand-up special on SHOWTIME, he's been on NICKELODEON, and was recently featured on LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY.

  • Phil Kopczynski: Full Grown Man

    Movie

    Phil Kopczynski is a reluctant nice guy and father who just wants to occasionally play in the wilderness and regularly make city-dwellers laugh.

  • Heather Mabbott: I Didn't Mean To Say That

    Movie

    Her quick wit and unique style has dazzled audiences all over the country. Heather is a clean comedian and has performed with some of the best, like Caroline Rhea, Jimmy Walker, Bobcat Goldthwait, Bruce Baum, Sinbad, and many, many more.

  • Mike P. Burton: I Can Get Whiter

    Movie

    Andy recently appeared on Conan on TBS. Around that same time, his half-hour special premiered on Comedy Central.

  • Chad Thornsberry: Junk-Cars and Valet Parking

    Movie

    Chad Thornsberry was born in St. Louis, MO. From an early age he learned his family was blessed, and blessed him with humor, quick wit, and a love of storytelling.

  • B.T: My Life As I Know it Now

    Movie

    With an act that crosses all boundaries, B.T. will surely have you rolling with laughter. His physical performance style and charm landed him two performances on NBC's Friday Night Videos and a performance at the prestigious HBO U.S.

  • Ty Barnett: Yep...

    Movie

    Ty Barnett, a Chicago native, got his start at Seattle's Comedy Underground. Whoopi Goldberg called Ty "hilarious" and reviewers have said he is "thought provoking" and "edgy".