Heath Harmison is one of the brightest new comedians out there. His PG-13 style of comedy kills in clubs, colleges, and festivals including the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has opened for some of the best comics in the business including Louie Anderson and Eddie Griffin. His abilities that are presented on stage are endless! From doing celebrity impersonations, to singing, dancing, and accents. Heath's comedy will paint a picture in your mind that will be burned in for weeks or longer. Being an Improv comedian also gives him that extra edge on the standup comedy stage. His quick wit allows him to adapt to any situation. If you have a chance to see Heath Harmison live, TAKE IT!
A one night only event. Dave Ross is a stand-up comedian in Los Angeles. Sometimes his comedy is vulnerable and personal. Other times his comedy is loud, stupid and about butts. You can find him stumbling around L.A. and the country, performing at every festival, club, theater, bar, fire hall or bombed-out stone building that will have him. He's in a sketch group called WOMEN that makes sketches for Comedy Central and IFC's Comedy Crib. He hosts the podcast Terrified on the Nerdist Network. He won a MOTH Grand Slam, he got interviewed on WTF with Marc Maron, and he told a story on Comedy Central's Drunk History.
Born in Poland, Olek Szewczyk comes from a long line of communist comedians. Just like promising athletes were taken from their homes to train to become future Olympians, the same was done with comedians. There were times that, if you weren't funny, you didn't eat. Finally, when Olek was one, he escaped from Poland and moved to America to seriously pursue his comedic career. He started working the open mic circuit in Boise and his sense of humor has flourished there. Described as "the George McFly of comedy," Olek has an awkward but endearing style.
Described as "The wittiest comedian working today" by the the New York Post, Keith Barany brings a fresh, original comedic voice to the stage. With his audience interaction and easy conversation style, he'll have you hoping he'll engage you without ever feeling victimized. Funny and multi-talented, he has helped write for numerous TV shows: Seinfeld, Politically Incorrect, and The Jimmy Kimmel Show, and appeared with stars such as Bob Hope, Jerry Seinfeld, Joan Rivers, Ray Romano, Jon Stewart, and Lewis Black, to name a few.
Born and raised in Nashville, Tim Northern uses a brand of humor rarely seen. His style is smart, his comedic stlye is a considered a unique combination of intellect and fun-filled observation. Strongly influenced by the likes of George Carlin, Richard Pryor, and Steven Wright, Tim will "give you two-thirds of the joke, and you provide the other third."
A one night only event with Kate Willet and Rachel Lark. Fresh off her tour with Margaret Cho, Kate's comedy reflects on her Bay Area lifestyle and her crazy life living in a house with 23 comedians. Rachel will bring her singer/songwriter talents to the stage, touching on the basics: sex, drugs, rock and roll, and messy apartments. Don't miss out on this unique event! DUDE!! BRA!!
LA-based comedian/actor, Steven Briggs, is a high-energy entertainer who combines a unique style of beatboxing fused with personal storytelling. No stranger to the Vegas stage, he has a busy touring schedule, headlining across the country and even overseas entertaining our troops. You may even have seen on ESPN and just recorded a comedy album with UPROAR, which has produced albums for the likes of Pablo Francisco, Maragaret Cho, Richard Pryor, and numerous other comedy legends.
A local comedy showcase featuring Olek Szewczyk (headlining), K.C. Hunt, and Eli Nary.
Boise's funniest, bearded, atheist, bisexual comedian, Mikey Pullman, takes the stage for a matinee performance.
A local comedy showcase featuring Chad Heft (headlining), Daniel Johnston, and Ben Warren.
Shawn Pelofsky is funny! Very funny! Her high energy, hilarious impersonations, and in-depth knowledge on pop culture will leave you wanting more. She started her comedy career with improv and at 20, was already working with the infamous Will Ferrell. She's also opened for Richard Lewis, Robert Klein, and Bill Maher. She even worked with the late great Joan Rivers, writing for her on Fashion Police.
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