Born in the “Holy Land” and now stuck in California’s eternal Earth day, Jeff Applebaum is a Jewish comedian who is pleading for consistency. He’s learned the magic of bowel movement prediction, marriage-proof groceries, and bilingual excuses.
Yemeni American, Ali Sultan shares his story of becoming officially American. It is a story full of freedom, superstores, miscommunication, red flags, lots of driving, and a very special place called “Coca La Conca.”
Paul Aldrich and his guitar take Dry Bar on a trip around the universe of music for an unforgettable combination of tunes and jokes that will leave you singing kumbaya and a hit song from every decade.
Bil Dwyer is reaching his breaking point with work and family life. Right now, Bil’s life consists of garbage garage sales, teaching his children how to be pigeons, telling fellas to settle down, and filling the “young buck” role at the YMCA.
Lisa Gilbert hasn’t had a donut to herself in years. With her new triplets, marriage, and 52nd birthday, Lisa’s personal relationship with herself and Jesus has needed to make some adjustments. Kid leashes and skates; God’s dropbox; and city-approved birthday parties are her new norm.
Born and raised in Alabama, Clayburn Cox makes comedy look easy. He sings a new and improved "Old McDonald," gives the proper answer to “what is your name, sir?” and heckles the audience before they can heckle him.
Not smart enough to do any more with his overactive brain, Dan Mengini is stuck using plastic, explaining apps to his parents, singing the alphabet to get through the phone book, and dreaming about the life he could’ve had in a third world country.
South Jersey originated and a hater of zodiac tattoos, J Bliss pulls his jokes from everyday observations, whether that’s shopping for watches, experiencing gas pump harassment, or trying to differentiate between donkeys and pit bulls.