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Join host Kelechi Jaavaid for an evening of laughs at our all-star comedy showcase of talented stand-up comedians from all across the U.S., hand-selected by industry expert Randy Lubas.

Tickets are only $15!

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FEATURED COMEDIANS

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Andrew Cassidy is an LA-based comedian who is a regular at Grand Comedy Club, Flappers and Yuk Yuks Comedy Club. He's opened for Andy Hendrickson, Monty Franklin and Chris Franjola and performed at the Burbank, Funlap and the North Carolina Comedy Festivals. From a small town kid from Canada to an LA based comedian and doctor, Andrew's observational humor looks at the world from the eyes of a constant outsider.

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Blessed with a stage name at birth, Chase Harter has graced stages everywhere from the valley as a Phoenix Don't Tell regular to naked Roast battles at Skankfest, talking about everything that’s got him there.

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Dennis Cruise is a comedian from the Pacific Northwest. He hosts Black Bag Comedy Presents, was a host of Vancouver's funniest comedian competition, performed for Ha Ha Harvest Comedyfest, and was a semi-finalist in Nate Jacksons Funniest MFer. He has been tearing up the Oregon & Washington scene for years!

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Elisha Tan is an up-and-coming Singaporean comic based in San Francisco Bay Area. With her quick wit and upbeat delivery, Elisha's comedy bridges her Singaporean heritage with Bay Area quirks as she shares her international transplant tales served with a dash of tech humor. Elisha has performed at Cobb’s Comedy Club, Laugh Factory, and clubs and shows across the USA, Singapore, Germany, Ireland, and England. 

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James P. Connolly has appeared on America’s Got Talent, Comedy Central, HBO, in the Netflix series, “Larry Charles: Dangerous World of Comedy, and can be heard daily on multiple Sirius XM Comedy Channels. He attended Harvard University on a Marine Corps ROTC Scholarship and, while serving in Desert Storm, was ordered to write jokes for his Colonel. Arriving in Hollywood, James began to perform at LA’s major comedy venues and soon popped up on television, commercials, and in small films. He has a new Dry Bar Comedy Special “Acceptable Loss” streaming now on the Dry Bar Comedy App and on YouTube.

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Josh Cahn is a comedian and actor who has been performing professionally for over ten years and has been seen on Network TV, Film, and in Commercials. His credits include projects on HBO, NBC, Comedy Central, Adult Swim, AMC+, Amazon Prime, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (Sketches), 30+ Commercials (including National spots) and more. Recently awarded BEST New Jewish Comedian 2023 and performed on the same lineup as Dave Attell, Jeff Ross, Ari Shaffir, and Jessica Kirson for a crowd of 4,000 people.

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Lefty Crumpet is a 25-year-old, Minneapolis-based, ethnically ambiguous, joke-slinging, musical funnyman with social anxiety from Riverside, California. He lifts your hearts and minds with bizarre and clever jokes and songs that comment on the difficulties of relationships, the origins of human endeavor, and also Doordash. He injects rhythm and melody into his performances in such a way that audience members often say to him, “I normally hate musical comedy, but that was awesome.”

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Lulu Balimba Able Thomas a.k.a Lulu is a Gambian-American comedian, actor, improvisationalist, content creator, writer & football (a.k.a soccer) fanatic! He has performed at Tommy T's, Cobbs, Stanford University, Continental Club, Punch Line Sacramento, The Comedy Lab, and Alameda Comedy Club. His motivation is to bring joy to people's lives.

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Ichiban Mom, Michelle MaliZaki is not only a stand-up comedian but also a musical artist. Her track, "Nap Time!" by nap8sta, is the official song for National Napping Day. In the comedic arena, Michelle's achievements include being a runner-up at FunnyFest in Canada in 2023, showcasing her wit on an international stage. She has also opened for Russell Peters, was featured on CNN in a program “Champions for Change,” she will also be a co-host for a brand new podcast for Japanese American National Museum, “Japanese America” starting in February 2024, and raising her status to become a formidable force in the world of laughter.

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Priya Guyadeen was born in Georgetown, Guyana. When she was two, her parents immigrated to Canada. After being stuck at home during the pandemic with her then 6 year-old-son Priya took to comedy as a way to avoid needing bail money. Priya draws inspiration for her comedy from some of her favorite female comedians like Vanessa Hollingshead, Sindu Vee, and Leeanne Morgan. Whether she’s talking about growing up with strict parents, navigating the dating world, or just sharing funny stories, Priya’ comedy is always fresh and unexpected.

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Quinn James is a Chicago-based comedian. They identify as a non-binary, pansexual, neurodivergent individual, though their parents just call Quinn difficult. Described by most as: a lot. From the musical CATS, to the things their bullies made them feel, Quinn has a lot to talk about!

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Tito Jorda-Cidwas the 2023 winner of the Chicago Roast Battle tournament which has earned him a reputation as one of the nation's top roasters. His comedic style encompasses more than just roasting; he invites audiences to explore his life experiences, global adventures, and ongoing dating adventures. Tito is a regular in the Chicago comedy scene having featured at Zanies, Laugh Factory, and most clubs within an hours drive of the city.

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Tony Capobianco may look like he should be the bouncer for Build-A-Bear Workshop. But the only thing he’s been pumping is audiences full of laughter.  Hailing from Boston, MA, in less than ten years into his stand-up career, Tony has managed to open for major acts like Lenny Clarke, Steve Sweeney, Preacher Lawson, John Crist, and Aaron Berg. He has also had the privilege of performing for the U.S. armed forces such as the Army, Air Force, Marines, and National Guard. (Fingers crossed for the Space Force!) 

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