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  • Brad Trackman: Thanks

    Movie + 1 extra

    Brad Trackman is a national touring comedian who has been featured as a stand up on CBS's The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, Star Search with Arsenio Hall, AXS tv's Gotham Comedy Live, MTV's The Buried Life, New Joke City with Robert Klein, NBC's Later, NBC...

  • Kelly Collette: I Made You This...

    Movie + 1 extra

    Blonde and from the midwest, Kelly Collette’s life is overrun with female energy. Fairy-inspired weddings, Mary Kay parties, breakup kits, and Botox are just the beginning of Kelly’s struggles.

  • Rosco Nash: You Would've Loved My Dad

    Movie + 1 extra

    Rosco Nash entertains audiences everywhere with his self-deprecation, sarcasm and quick wit. A former New York Sanitation worker/hot yoga instructor, Rosco shares his confusion with social norms as well what it's like to navigate relationships with his kids who seem like they might be smarter tha...

  • Brad Upton: Will Be Funny For Money

    Movie + 1 extra

    Brad Upton first stepped on stage in September of 1984 and he's never looked back. This ex-grade school teacher is now in his 30th year of comedy and is nearing 6000 lifetime performances.

  • Carlos Oscar: Everyday, It's Something

    Movie + 1 extra

    Carlos Oscar, a lean, clean joke machine, takes a seat like he’s in your living room letting you in on all the gossip. Being a Puerto Rican NewYorker, the gossip consists of piñata pills, chorizo ninjas, and Gen-LaZy.

  • Rich Natole: Voices Of A Generation

    Movie + 1 extra

    In "Voices of a Generation," Rich Natole goes on a journey through the decades, impersonating classic and beloved characters from the not-so-distant past.

  • Andy Woodhull: World's Greatest Step-Dad

    Movie + 1 extra

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

  • Brandon Vestal: Who?

    Movie + 1 extra

    Brandon Vestal's low key, deeply personal and honest style has made him a fast favorite in the comedy world, a "Don't Miss" for college audiences, and a club favorite.

  • Brandon Young: Chicken Gone

    Movie + 1 extra

    On the “Bowl Diet” and deciding which chin to put his chin strap on, Brandon Young has 1000 words for any picture, a burned copy of the anti piracy commercial, and a shadow that sets off automatic doors.

  • John C. Morgan: A Tale Of Two Presidents?

    Movie + 1 extra

    A very special guest of presidential proportion, John C. Morgan takes to the stage as someone you are sure to recognize. Along with immaculate impersonations, John teaches the audience invaluable lessons on how to conceal presidential farts and how many C’s of leadership there are.

  • Andy Hendrickson: Left Field

    Movie + 1 extra

    Andy Hendrickson has multiple TV appearances including: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Gotham Comedy Live, NBC/Seeso's The Guest List and more.

  • Brian Bates: Uber Important

    Movie + 1 extra

    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

  • Mike Marino: Make America Italian Again

    Movie + 1 extra

    New Jersey’s Bad Boy, Mike Marino comes to the stage to tell jokes as an act of community service. Mike is still figuring out who he’s supposed to be (Italian action-adventure hero is still on the table) but he most enjoys himself people-watching in alternative movie theaters and fighting for hi...

  • Brent Terhune: Crooked Ginger

    Movie + 1 extra

    If you're looking for the reason why to use a ladle to eat lucky charms, or why being a Bigfoot hunter is better than being a comedian, your search ends with Brent Terhune, who's "known from time to time, to tell a few jokes."

  • Brian Apprille: Jokes & Voices

    Movie + 1 extra

    Brian Apprille is down 153 lbs from Super Morbidly Obese, an overrated super power he blames solely on Homer Simpson. Brian jokes about the endless circle of Pictionary, Dr. Evil's relation to Snape, and a one-time taekwondo class.

  • Brian Hicks: Weird Mouth Things

    Movie + 1 extra

    The only thing Brian Hicks believes in anymore is shortening the lines at Kohls. Apart from that, Valentine's Day cards can remain unread, dentists can remain mediocre, and the meaning of subdivision names can remain a mystery.

  • Billy Anderson: America's Sweetheart

    Movie + 1 extra

    Born in Texas and raised in Augusta, Georgia – Billy Anderson is a stand-up comedian currently living in Seattle, Washington

  • Paul May: Tickle Fight

    Movie + 1 extra

    Paul May is a God-fearing man with a Tickle Monster complex. Understanding him will take a translator from every decade, but if you want to keep up with the Jones’, attend a Taco Bell wedding, or deposit gerbils at the bank, Paul is your guy.

  • Brian Moote: Getting Schooled

    Movie + 1 extra

    Brian Moote started performing stand up in 2005 while he was working as a teacher in the Seattle School District.

  • James Gregory: Food is Not Fatal

    Movie + 1 extra

    James Gregory, a Georgian suffering from Vertigo, is on a mission to spread the good news of “real butter,” Paul-bearing strength, hotter summers, and endangered chicken legs.

  • Bryan Miller: Panic Room

    Movie + 1 extra

    Bryan Miller sees past society's traps. The man cave is 1/16 control over the house that you own half of, birth control is just placing your cell phone in the right pocket, and a comma in an income check most likely indicates prosperity.

  • Buddy Fitzpatrick: Still In The Driveway

    Movie + 1 extra

    BUDDY FITZPATRICK, a native of Philadelphia, is currently a New York City club favorite sharing his comedy perspective.

  • Caleb Elliott: Diary of a Smooth Black Kid

    Movie + 1 extra

    One of DryBar's youngest comics, Caleb Elliot proves that age is anything but a setback.

  • Cam Bertrand: Sophisticated Ignorance

    Movie + 1 extra

    Cam shares his outlook on relationships and life through the eyes of a 23-year-old in a way that everyone can relate to.