Full Grown Man
Phil Kopczynski is a reluctant nice guy and father who just wants to occasionally play in the wilderness and regularly make city-dwellers laugh.
Jeremy Nunes has drawn rave reviews from critics for his clever observations, unique storytelling style, and ability to improvise with his audience.
Mocking the Suburbs
Dan St. Paul has been chronicling his life on stage for 30 years. After turning fifty, he discovered his body changing, "I'm a cylinder now."
Way North of 40
Ken Rogerson, the funniest man you've never heard of, started his comedy career working the Chicago club circuit and at the famed Second City.
Just Work With What You Got
Making jokes and being wild and silly had been seen as a weakness for Joey growing up in Wisconsin, but now it's what makes him unique and relatable.
Rob's lifelong global travels have given his comedy a unique style that appeals to a wide audience. From Las Vegas casino crowds to colleges across the country, his keen ear for accents and wacky characterizations keep 'em rolling in the aisles.
Nick Guerra is loved by comedy audiences in clubs, corporate events, private parties, and colleges across the country, this guy tickles everyone's funny bone with his cool but energetic attitude, as he skewers relationships, family, and everyday life.
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.
Chris Young is able to take real-life experiences and turn them into laughs that maintain a clean but funny appearance.
Like most comedians, finding a way to be silly in class was a way to get attention from classmates and teachers!
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.
Missed The Window
Richard Sarvate quit his ten year programming career in Silicon Valley to be a stand up comedian. Oops! Now he spends his nights poking fun at tech jobs, talking about his experience as a first generation Indian immigrant, and bringing silliness to anyone in earshot.
Dylan Mandlsohn uses his own brilliant comedy to entertain and challenge social norms by pushing boundaries that promote forward thinking to his Stand-up audiences across this globe.
Cam shares his outlook on relationships and life through the eyes of a 23-year-old in a way that everyone can relate to.
Twice as Old as I Used To Be
Beginning as a nightclub comic, Steve Geyer found faith traveling the circuit and then recognized the opportunity to make people laugh with clean comedy.
Please Take The Lunch
Jim Colliton addresses some housekeeping. If you have kids, get an industrial paper shredder. If you have a turtle with ADHD, don’t take it to the vet. If you have a dog, greet your wife first. And if you want an honest opinion, ask a two year old.
A Little Bit Balder Now
Matt Bergman has been honing his comedy craft since he was in college pursuing a degree in criminal justice. After graduating, he realized he was afraid of criminals and decided stand-up comedy was the way to go.
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.
An Iraq War veteran, Josh has used his humor and easy-going stage presence to entertain thousands of people. Josh is a clean comedian, so every time he goes on stage you know the whole family will be able to enjoy.
The Disabled List
Josh Blue's second special arrives this Saturday, December 4th!Comedian, Paralympian, and musician, Josh Blue riffs on copper healing bracelets, American disgrace in the Paralympics, and his obligation to use disability access technology.
Sadder Than Most Horses
One of the most exciting young comics in Utah, John Deming's shows are as unpredictable as they are side-splitting.