Our Shows are selling out! World Class comics here in Fredericksburg!
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Upcoming Shows listed below!
The Step Brothers World Tour!
Comedy brothers from different mothers, it's the Step Brothers comedy show. Shane and Stan are as different as night and day, but one thing they share is the ability to make you howl with laughter. Intelligent and clever are never used to describe these two. Instead, what is heard again and again at their shows is, "My face still hurts from laughing so hard." The Step Brothers are a comedic duo you don't want to miss. It is two shows for the price of one.
Kevin Lee, featuring Andy Forrester
If ever there was a comedian/magician to be seen, it is Kevin Lee. Kevin's unique combination of comedy, magic and juggling leave audiences both in awe and in stitches. Lee, has appeared on all of the national television stations on shows such as "Showtime at the Apollo", HBO's "Def Comedy Jam", and Jamie Foxx's "Uptown Comedy Club", to name a few. Lee was also voted twice, "Washington DC's Funniest Comedian" by Washingtonian Magazine.
Audiences are wowed by Kevin's amazing juggling fire and swordswallowing comedy.
Kevin's stage career began at The Comedy Cafe in Washington DC where he placed first in the very first comedy competition he ever entered.
After a quick stint as a Street Entertainer in DC, Lee moved to Venice Beach, CA, the mecca of street performers. It was there that Kevin honed his craft, building his repertoire of comedy, magic and juggling to audiences of all ages an wwalks of life. While in California, Lee became a regular at the world's famous Comedy Store.
Lee has also been seen on five seasons of BET's "Comic View" and his distinctive skills have allowed him to share the stage with legends such as Gladys Knight, Chris Rock, Steve Harvey, Whitney Houston, Chris Tucker and Sinbad. He performed for the troops in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm and continues to entertain military bases around the world today, including Korea, Germany, Italy and Japan. Wynton Marsalis featured Lee in his "The Magic Hour Tour" which sold out from New York to Los Angeles in 2005. Lee, a high-energy, one-of-a kind performer has brought audiences to their feet worldwide. A rare and true talent, Kevin Lee is not to be missed...
Andy BiG"A" Forrester's brand of off the wall humor has made him one of the fastest rising comedians in the Southeast. His high energy and animated comedy has landed him spots opening for such headliners as Rob Schneider, Dave Coulier and most recently Kevin Pollak and Greg Giraldo. It's his original and appetizing humor that always leaves audiences begging for more. He is sure to make you laugh as he makes himself look like a boob, pokes fun at all that he sees and everyone he knows.
Andy's comedy career seems to have been a lifetime in the making, but officially started in 1999 when he joined the local Improv Comedy troupe in Raleigh, NC, Comedy Sportz. From there he began honing his ability to make people laugh without a script, or a clue, eventually becoming one of the premier performers at the newly named Comedy Worx.
In 2005 BiG"A" performed at his first Open Mic at the famous Goodnight's Comedy Club in Raleigh, NC, and from there things took off. Audiences and fellow comedians alike always comment how "Naturally Funny" BiG"A" is, and are amazed that he can bring the laughs while keeping it clean. In 2008 BiG"A" won the title of Ultimate Comic at the Idiot Box in Greensboro, NC. In 2011 he took part in the Cape Fear Comedy Festival and was chosen to compete in Vegas in the World Series of Comedy. He continues to perform at comedy clubs, country clubs, colleges and corporate events across the country.
J. Bliss, featuring Ralph Tetta
At a young age J. Bliss always had a knack for capturing an audience’s attention with some quick witted humor. J Bliss comedic style is thought provoking dealing with everyday observations and personal experiences which he chooses to find the humor in. His comedic craft started by his upbringing in South Jersey where he first got the hunger for comedy, but he first hit the comedy stage in Charlotte, NC. Since then he has been traveling up and down the east coast leaving them laughing and easily becoming a crowd favorite. Since his start he has opened for comedians like: Pauly Shore, Tony Roberts, George Willborn, DeRay Davis, Corey Holcomb, Alex Thomas, Rodney Perry, and Eddie Griffin.
Ralph Tetta got started in stand-up comedy in the Spring of 1988, conveniently beginning just after the comedy boom had passed and any chance of earning any real money or recognition in the industry had safely passed. After dabbling in radio comedy, writing bits for a morning and afternoon drive program on WCMF 96.5 FM in Rochester, and improvisational comedy, hosting a night of improv at the now defunct Rochester Yuk Yuk's, and writing comedy columns for local newspapers, Ralph is living the dream as the Club Manager/House MC at the Comix Cafe in Rochester, NY, as well as featuring and closing road gigs across the country. Blending a healthy disdain for the frivolous way in which we piss away our national heritage with nipple rings, dumbed-down movies and TV programs with a real sense of humor, Ralph can be found entertaining (and occasionally alienating and causing discomfort to) comedy club audiences everywhere. A Gene Perret disciple with the influences of Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, Robert Townshend, Eddie Murphy and Bill Hicks, Ralph tells the truth ("Because I want to") and the truth is not only funny, but it will set you free.
Ralph currently lives comfortably with his wife, the beautiful Pamela Ruth Davis, her cat Smokey and his cat SnaxTheCat.