Join us for a fun night of laughs with some of the Capital District's best comedians including local favorites Russ Davignon, Shawn Gillie, Brendan Joseph, Luke Donovan, Frank Gentile, Mo Haskins, Dan Guerin and featuring New Jersey comedian Jerrold Benford and Boston comedian Brian Holland! Hosted by funny girl Jennifer McMullen!
Everyone who attends will receive a ticket for a chance to win a fabulous door prize
Your Host Jennifer McMullen- Jennifer is an HR professional by day, comedian by night and a crazy mom 24/7. Her hilarious stories of her encounters with employees, family, lovers and children will have you cracking up in your seats! Jennifer has produced several of her own shows and has performed in clubs and theaters all over the Capital District as well as NYC and MA.
Russ Davignon- Russ, creator of Comic Syndrome who has appeared at Carolines, Northern Lights, The Egg, and Proctors. Russ has a twisted view of the world around him. His comedy comes from his life experiences as a husband, father, and grandfather.
Shawn Gillie- Shawn is an on-air personality for FLY 92.3. At night, on stage, he says everything they won't allow him to say on the air. He's performed throughout the Northeast including Stand-Up NY and The New York Comedy Club. You can also find him at most of the local buffets.
Brian Holland- Brian is a Boston based comedian that has been tearing up the stages all over the east coast. He's performed many times at Stand Up NY, The Comedy Connection, Foxwoods Resort & Casino, The Broadway Comedy Club, and many more. He's performed with many big names in comedy, including Richard Pryor Jr. Brian's brand of beer soaked comedy and view on the world has made audiences laugh in 9 states and counting.
Dan Geurin- Dan is a regular at The comedy Works, Syracuse Funny Bone, and Saratoga Comedy Club. He has also performed at the Binghamton Comedy Festival and Benny Ha Ha's Comedy Club in Utica.
Frank Gentile- Frank has performed in clubs, theaters and colleges all over the Northeast including The Egg, Proctor's, The Comedy Works, and Saratoga Comedy Club in New York's Capital District; well-known venues like Stand Up New York, UCB Theater and Broadway Comedy Club in NYC and numerous other stages in MA, VT, NJ, PA & RI. In 2009 Frank opened for Jimmy Fallon and in 2012 he appeared on national television, acting, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Brendan Joseph- Brendan has performed all over the Capital Region and NYC including Carolines, Stand Up NY and The Gotham Comedy Club. Brendan takes you on a hilariously wild adventure every performance with his act outs, impersonations and zany ideas for how things should be done.
Luke Donovan- Luke has been performing stand up all over NYS and is the 2011 of the Albany last comic standing edition. He is also an author. His hilarious yet poignant memoir of the issues he struggled with growing up, titled Missing the Big picture, is on amazon and kindle
Mo Haskins-Mo has traveled to multiple areas along the east coast including New York City, New Jersey, Florida, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Massachusetts. His unique perspective of racial commentary, relationships, and bizarre situations makes him stand alone when it comes to "black" comedians. He has opened up for Last Comic Standing finalist Myq Kaplan, Comedy.TV's Bernadette Pauly. Comedy Cellar host Ardie Fuqua, and placed 5th to open for Nick Cannon in Las Vegas. Currently he is a part of the Albany based Improv group "Off The Fisti-Cuffs", a frequent contributor to the satirical online news website "The Albany Post" and the host of a weekly Monday comedy open mic at the Lark Tavern in Albany
Jerrold Benford- Jerrold began his career in New Jersey, where he quickly made a name for himself and performed at New Jersey and New York's finest clubs including: Rascals, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club, and the renowned Caroline's on Broadway .Jerrold
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