K-von is the most famous Half-Persian comedian in the world. Raised by a religious family in Las Vegas; he's an expert at removing a bad word from a joke while keeping it funny.
Barnhart's stand up comedy show is a thrill ride of well-written, topical material exploring modern day society in a way that is hysterical, intelligent and thought-provoking.
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.
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.
Jeff Shaw's writing is marked both by idealism and humanity. His stimulating satire is often infused with poetic beauty.
Like most comedians, finding a way to be silly in class was a way to get attention from classmates and teachers!
Award Winning Comedian Nazareth, has been seen by over 40 Million people around the world through live concerts, TV and Radio broadcasts.
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.
Robert Mac returns to the Dry Bar stage with less smartness, less subtleness, and even more silliness.
Robert's award-winning comedy is smart, subtle, and silly. Not too smart and not too subtle, but occasionally a bit more silly than you'd expect.
Michael Palascak started performing stand-up comedy in college but kept it a secret. People would ask, "What are you going to do after you graduate?" He'd say, "I'm pretty sure my parents are taking me out to eat."