Saturday, November 29, 2014, 8 p.m.
Thanksgiving Weekend fun!
Everyone laughed so hard last year that we’re doing it again Thanksgiving weekend – with an all new lineup of comics! We’ve scoured the country for the funniest and most outrageous comics we’ve ever seen and guess what… you’ve never even heard of them! But all that’s about to change! It’s the best “unknown” comedians from across the country rolled into one hilarious show. No over-hyped stars, just hilarious comics and a great night out with guaranteed laughs that will give you no time to breathe!
Dwayne Murphy Jr. is a small town kid with a big city personality and his comedy is reflective of that. From lamenting on his origins in Nebraska to realizing that not all black people are city people, Dwayne brings a fresh new voice to audiences everywhere. In 2013 Dwayne toured North America with stops at numerous colleges, comedy festivals, comedy clubs, and as an opening act for Loni Love. Dwayne is a comic on the rise with no ceiling in sight.
Mark Walton technically began comedy in 4th grade when he performed a short set to blank stares in Mrs. Mandiak’s class. He waited until he was a little bit older before writing and performing jokes again, but when he got on stage a few years back, the audience had a completely different reaction. Since then, Mark has kept audiences laughing with his unique style, and has entertained on Sirius Satellite Radio, at comedy clubs, colleges, and even at the Lucille Ball and Buffalo Lebowski Festivals.
By 18, Liz Miele was turning heads with a profile in the humor issue of The New Yorker Magazine. Now a “veteran” at 28, Liz is a regular at the best clubs in the city including Carolines, Gotham, and Stand-up NY. She tackles such topics as inter-racial dating, fear of walking home alone, and mental illness in her family with a sarcastic wit and youthful charm. She was recently featured on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham.
Born and bred in the Bronx, Adrienne Iapalucci’s skewed look on life is reflected in her unique brand of intelligent comedy. Her dark sense of humor is enhanced by her political incorrectness, and counteracted by her love of puppies. She has been featured in the Daily News, New York Times and Stage Time Magazine. She was named by Huffington Post as one of their 53 Favorite Female Comedians and “Top 18 Women You Should be Following on Twitter.”
Contains adult language and subjects. Show recommended for audiences 18+. Schedule subject to change.
Cash bar available at 7 p.m.
Program subject to change. Ticket prices shown do not include fees.