Fantastically Sarcastic

  • Bill Boronkay: You Can Do Better!


    All Momma Boronkay wanted was for her three sons to have nice families and secure jobs, which is exactly what the other two boys did...then there was Bill.

  • Bob Zany: I Think I Handled That Well


    "He simply reaches into a bottomless grab bag of jokes, so smooth and effortless that it would be easy to overlook just how much talent and skill is behind the process'" -L.A. TImes

  • Andy Gold: Dreamcatcher


    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.

  • Max Dolcelli: Funny is All Around Us


    Max Dolcelli has appeared just about everywhere and done just about everything a comedian can do, performing in comedy clubs and comedy festivals in the U.S.

  • Michael Joiner: God's Smart Alec


    Michael's brand of comedy is, in a word, familiar. Not in the sense that you've heard it before, but more so that he knows you and you know him.

  • Paul Sheffield: Singled Out


    Paul has been doing comedy since 2008 and has been headlining in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. He has a CD on iTunes - "Sheffield Had it Worse." He is the winner of the 2010 Happy Valley Comedy Competition.

  • Robert G. Lee: Laughter's Still Legal!


    Robert has combined his Christian world view with his Monty Python sensibility and written many Veggie Tales videos such as "Little Joe," "Gideon" and "Sheerluck Holmes."

  • Shawn Reynolds: Got Room For One More?


    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.

  • Brad Upton: Will Be Funny For Money


    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.

  • Josh Sneed: Live in The Dessert


    Hailing from the great city of Cincinnati, Ohio, Josh comes to Dry Bar to bring "new life" to his comedy. Being funny 24/7 can be difficult, but Josh Sneed does it.

  • Paul Moomjeam: Guys Like You & Me

    Movie + 1 extra

    Give Paul a tip. He's desperate. (Looking at you Paul's mom)
    $1 is fine. $5 is ideal.

  • Steve Hofstetter: A Trip to Japan

    Often called the "hardest working man in show-business", Steve Hoffstetter covers everything from paper decapitations in plane crashes to seeing-eye children.