Headliner Paul Lyons, featuring Clint Nohr
Paul can't stopping winning, He's been The Inspirational Coach for the Washington Generals, Lindsay Lohan, and Ted Kaczynski. Paul always looks on the bright side of life. Although his cat won't use the kitty litter Paul says, "My cat thinks outside the box" Paul has A.D.D. but as he sees it "I'm multi tasking" After Paul's license was revoked he celebrated, saying,"I just saved a bundle on my car insurance." Paul loves life, Laughter, Lyle Lovett, and alliteration We could all use Paul's wisdom. We could all use Paul's ability to refer to himself in the third person. Paul's main message is that you can do it youself! -- with his help. Without hope we are hopeless, with hope life doesn't suck....so much 'Pure gold 'funny' very illuminating.' New York Post. 'Paul digs down deep into himself.' Arts and Entertainment Magazine 'A deviously creative funnyman.' Denver Rocky Mountain News 'Lyons left the audience in tears.' Columbus Bulletin 'Wonderfully wholesome, significantly different.' Manhattan Spirit His more than two dozen TV appearances include being the 2007 Marketing maverick for Comedy Central's summer promos, Everybody loves Raymond and Showtime's: Love at Stake. Paul has headlined in every state and overseas in London, England and Sydney, Australia. As an essayist Paul's inspiring, peculiar pieces appear regularly in Playgirl, TV Guide and Details magazines.
Using his young appearance to his advantage, Clint immediately establishes a rapport with the audience. He’s charming and adorable and the funny thing is, he ACTUALLY believes this. Truth is, he combines sharp writing with a likable approach to any topic (nothing off limits). It’s a mixed bag of observational humor coming from a warped and twisted, yet somehow always relatable point of view. His conversational delivery comes across almost over-confident and self deprecating all at once, giving him the ability to connect with ANY crowd.
Audiences and critics agree that Clint “has it”. He took 3rd place in the Carnival Cruise Comedy Challenge and passed to the call-back round of NBC’s Last Comic Standing 2 in Tampa, all in his first year of comedy. Since 2003, Clint has played in clubs nationwide along with numerous festival appearances. He’s been a guest on “Bob and Tom” and seen on SPEED Channel. He has participated in the Boston Comedy Festival and Laugh Your Asheville Off. Plus, he was a finalist in the Charleston Comedy Competition and semi-finalist in the Funniest Person in Austin. Clint was most recently seen of Fox’s LaughsTV and appeared at the Oddball Comedy Festival starring Louis C.K and Aziz Anzari.
He’s opened for Frank Caliendo, Todd Barry, Ralphie May, Doug Stanhope, Charlie Murphy, Tig Notaro, Tommy Davidson, Kyle Kinane, Aziz Ansari and many others…
Headliner Kurt Green, featuring Tommy Torres
Kurt Green is a self-described as an Army vet, actor, musician, substitute teacher and bad credit risk. This is where most of my material comes from. I observe everyday life, as I see it, and take it to the stage. Don't be surprised if something in your life appears in my act. My stage presence enables me to entertain all age groups. My show ranges from stand-up to musical songs and parodies.
I have appeared on BET's Comicview television show for five consecutive years. I was selected as a semi-finalist for the "2002 Laugh Riot" comedy competition for the Comedy Central Network. I was also selected to appear in the Uptown Comedy Festival held at the Apollo Theater in New York City. I have performed at some of the premier comedy clubs in the country including "The Stardome Comedy Club" and Zanies Comedy Clubs. I have performed at colleges, casino's and military bases across the country.
BUCKLE UP!!!!! This high energy 43 yr. old NJ native hits the stage and doesn't hold back!!! Tommy Torres loves to make people laugh!! He has the ability to grab your attention early, and keep you laughing until the very end!! Tommy's stand-up career began in March, 2008 at a local comedy workshop in Jacksonville, FL. After only a few short months, Tommy became a regular host at the Comedy Zone in Jacksonville. Shortly thereafter, he was featuring regionally for many other clubs. Since then, Tommy has shared the stage with many great comedians and celebrities like Ralphie May, Rob Schneider, Kevin Pollak, Tom Green, Louis Ramey, Jon Reep, Billy Gardell, Reno Collier, Henry Cho, Bobcat Goldthwait, Rich Vos, John Joseph, Tommy Davidson, Jimmy Walker and many others. He is a regular guest on 99.9 FM's "Hometown Morning Show" in Jacksonville, and Funny Business Internet Radio. Tommy was a semi-finalist in both the Improv's "Florida's Funniest Comedian" competition, and Mardi Gras Casino Challenge in 2012. Tommy will take you on a roller coaster ride of hilarious everyday events, real-life happenings, personal history, and family events in a way that any audience can relate to, and every audience loves!!
Headliner Adam Dodd, featuring Ben Jones
Comedian Adam Dodd has pleased audiences all over the country, performing his original songs and bringing his state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind, hilarious, musical comedy act to wherever it may need it. Strapped with his acoustic guitar- he’s toured both coasts, always delivering laughs and displaying his craft at clubs, birthday parties, bachelorette parties, bachelor parties, bars, restaurants, outdoor sporting events, coffee houses, sleepovers, beach huts, theaters, backyard bar-b-ques, séances, festivals, frat houses, sororities, luaus, churches, elementary schools, concert halls, nursing homes, rehab centers, and popular venues all over America- such as the DC & Hollywood Improvs, Richmond & Columbus Funnybones, The World Famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles, the Broadway Comedy Club & Triad Theater in NYC, Sully's Comedy Cellar in MD, Hilarities in Cleveland, OH, the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, SC- and Live! On Woodrow Wilson Plaza, The Gala Theatre, & The Riot Act Comedy Theater in Washington, DC.
Ben Jones can easily be described as over-the-top and occasionally below-the-belt. He started performing in comedy clubs before he was old enough to legally patronize them. Since then, Ben has all but sold his soul to the art form and business that is stand-up comedy. After being fired (or laid-off as Ben described it to his father) from many jobs – he found work as one of the House MCs at both of his hometown clubs - the Greensboro Comedy Zone and Clayton’s Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club, and never looked back. Currently, Ben performs at comedy clubs across America. Crowds instantly fall in love with Ben’s charismatic personality and upbeat delivery. He combines his warped and sometimes dark sense of humor with well written material, high energy and endearing stage presence. He’s shared the stage with some of the best comics in the business including Rob Schneider, Bob Saget, Maria Bamford, Lynne Koplitz, Dov Davidoff, Chris Franjola and SNL’s Jay Pharoah. Come see Ben climb his way to the top of show business and be a part of the most memorable, bizarre, fun - and above all - hilarious comedy experience. Ben Jones is not to be missed.
Headliner Mike Eagan, featuring Roger Keiss
Caroline’s, Catch a Rising Star, The Comedy Stop, The Comedy Zone,
Wiseguys, Banana’s, Comedy Connection, Rascal’s, Goodnights, Wisecrackers, Dangerfield’s, Lake Ontario Playhouse, Georgine’s, Nick’s Comedy Stop, Crackers, Funnybone, and many colleges, bridge openings, and everywhere in between.
Writer, Curling, Bowling, Dialects, Game Show Host, Father, Grandfather, Miniature Golf, tapir training, MC, Stand-up comedy, Radio production, Copywriting, Connecticut School of Broadcasting teacher, High wire and trapeze artist
The Nashville Network (TNN)
Finalist in Showtime's "Funniest Person in America"
Opened for Chuck Berry, Clarence Carter, and Alabama
Appeared with Tommy Chong, Jerry Seinfeld, Lewis Black, and Margaret Smith ("Last Comic Standing").
Roger Keiss has been bringing laughter to American audiences since 1987. With almost 20 years in the business, he has a solid grasp of what tickles people. He delivers his observational humor with a manic persona and a body that can't stand still for more than a few seconds.
He is most well know for his interpretation of what the letters of each state stand for (IOWA - "Idiots out wandering around"), and has penned a book entitled "United Statements" covering all 50 states.
A regular contributor to the nationally syndicated cartoon strips, "Lucky Angler", and "Noogie Elementary", he has also written material for Jay Leno's monologue on "The Tonight Show".