We’re pleased to announce that our headliner for May 14th is going to be Erin Foley! Erin is a stunningly accomplished comedian, writer, and actor. We’re not sure how we keep getting so lucky with our line-up. We suspect that God is not watching, otherwise, He’d put a stop to it. (He’s not a fan, according to our foul-mouthed producer.) [Click for $5 Tix]
Anyway, the rest of the line-up is awesome, as ever. Dave Reinitz is returning as our emcee, and we have some other familiar faces along with some new ones.
We’re super excited to welcome Candy Lawrence to the show. We’ve been fans for a while, and we’re hoping she wears her burlap tuxedo, but even if she doesn’t, we know to expect the whimsy and energy that she brings to all of her performances.
We’re not sure how we keep getting so fortunate as to keep getting him to drop by, but we’re just going to go with it. Jimmy blows our minds every time. However, at our last show, we were concerned, that he was literally going to catch on fire.
Bethany has OCD. She started doing stand-up at the suggestion of her therapist. Bethany’s act is a dark but fun ride through the frustrations, expectations, and triumphs of a person dealing with OCD. We’re thrilled to have her on the show.
We. Love. Michael Rayner. He’s an amazing mix of whimsical and cranky, and his post-modern vaudvillianism is as delightful as it is unforgettable. We’re so happy to have him back for another show.
Kristal’s comedy blends pure silliness with common sense. She is another performer we’ve been trying to book for a while. Between performing and producing her own show “Treat Yo’self”, we feel incredibly fortunate to welcome her to the show.
Michael Gelbart follows in our 99% Funnies tradition of headliners who have decided to bless our little show. Michael is one of the few comics who can truly pull off crowd work effortlessly, and make it fun for the entire audience. Whether he’s doing material or playing with the crowd, he is pure fun to watch.
The only person missing from our line-up this time is Dana Eagle, who had a scheduling conflict, but we’re looking to have her headline next time, so for those of you who miss her this time, come back and get a double dose of Dana in June.
Also, keep an eye out for Keith Kelly. He’s a local favorite we’ve been trying to book since February, but due to scheduling conflicts, hasn’t been able to make it out. We severely love him, though, and can’t wait for him to join us, hopefully in June.