We’ve scoured the country for the funniest up-and-coming comics…and found them. This annual collection of rising stars and standup regulars is raw, edgy comedy. For the volume of laughs it delivers, it’s the best bet for your adult comedy buck.
Andrew Schulz is a native New Yorker known for his edgy, street-smart, unapologetic comedy that relates so well to the newest generation of comedy fans. A regular in the NYC comedy circuit, Andrew has performed alongside the country’s top acts, including Dave Chappelle, Dave Attell, Louis CK, Damon Wayans, Tracy Morgan and more.
Andy Pitz’s unique material and engaging, personable delivery has landed him spots on "The Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." With over 20 years of touring experience at comedy venues both large and small, Andy relies on his upbeat and positive personality to get laughs with nearly 100% clean material that is free of insults and negativity—except when directed at himself!
James Davis has exploded onto the comedy scene, and has quickly captured everyone’s attention in the comedy world. James is currently a writer on the updated version of the groundbreaking FOX sketch comedy series “In Living Color”, that will air in the Spring of 2012. He was recently featured on “Russell Simmons Presents Stand-Up at the El Rey”, and has released numerous viral sketches on YouTube.
Tony Deyo is a rarity in the comedy world - clean AND funny. He has performed at clubs, colleges, and festivals around the country including the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival. Deyo is known for his sharp, quick material that is suitable for nearly any audience. He was recently named one of the year’s best by the New York Post, and has been heard on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Radio Show.
Phil Hanley started his comedy career in Vancouver, where he developed his unique blending of material and crowd interaction that makes no two of his performances the same. Phil’s style can best be described as unpredictably reflective, delivered with sharp accuracy and rooted in the grand tradition of joke-telling. He has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and is credited as a screenwriter for Don Knotts’ final film project.
Ticket Prices: $20, $24, $26 & $28
The Mainstage at Proctors
|Nobodies of Comedy||Saturday, April 14 - 8:00 pm|