Born to Brooklyn parents, Thomas Dale was raised on the south shore of Long Island. From a young age Thomas knew he´d make an impact on society with his ability to bring people together. Thomas realized that his talents on stage as a comedian would be the best way to do it. Thomas has been known to tackle the most complicated social issues while using his own experiences and upbringing on stage. Edgy, direct, and most of all Truthful. Speaking from his heart and without filter has never been a problem for Thomas. Bridging the gap in mainstream society is his main goal in comedy. You must see him live to see what that means.
This show features exciting performances from up and coming comedians to world class headliners. This evening is jam packed with entertainment. Stand up comedy, Variety Acts, Magic, this show is guaranteed to tickle your funny bone. We always have a waiting list of celebrities calling to drop in on this show. Come on down, you never know who you might see! WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Watching Aristotle do stand-up is entertaining, impressive, and a wee bit alarming. With some strangely intelligent insight, an array of absurd characters and loads of impressive physicality, there is never a dull moment while he graces the stage. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Matt Wexler PILE DRIVING MISS DAISY , INSINCERELY SINCERE, STEP 13, JUICE BOX OUTLAWS, HIMMELMAN'S FURIOUS WORLD
Witty, smart, and devilishly handsome, this former Minnesotan has been working his way through the world of comedy for over 8 years. Turn offs include Geena Davis, clapping in movie theatres, and the University of Colorado in Boulder. BOOK
Kiki Aldonas is a comedian from Arlington, Virginia. She began her illustrious stand up career in 2011 in Los Angeles. Within two months of starting stand up, Kiki placed third in the Flappers Comedy Club's Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest. Since then, she has continued to perform at Flappers and all over LA. Kiki enjoys meatballs, french people and personal drama. She is not a lesbian. BOOK
Gerrit Hagen started his career in entertainment at the age of seventeen, when he retired from competitive gymnastics. Looking to do something fun with his acrobatic skills, he joined The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, right after high school. This is where he discovered his love for performing, and went on to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (West). Gerrit was also in The Pasadena Shakespeare Company while living in Los Angeles. Returning to his hometown of Boston, he made the rounds at local comedy clubs such as Nick's Comedy Stop, The Comedy Studio and Dick Doherty's Beantown Comedy Vault, among others. Now that he is finally back in Southern California, Gerrit intends to continue working in comedy clubs, acting in television and film, and marketing the original sitcom he has co-written with a fellow Masshole friend of his. BOOK
Comedian Andi Wagner TNT, 72 HOURS , CO-HOST MTV TRASHED, HOST, FIT TV, HOST, FRIDAY NIGHT, GARAGE SALE
Andi is one opinionated, energetic and indefatigable mother who has no filter on and off the stage. She enjoys grabbing life by the balls and running.
During a midlife crisis, Andi had an affair and fell in love with stand up. It was comedy that rescued her from the monotony of her marriage and motherhood.
After just two months of performing stand up, Andi placed third in Flappers Comedy Club's UCC contest. Since then, she continues to kick ass at the The Comedy Store, The Ice House, Westside Comedy Theater, The Warehouse and in the kitchen for her husband, wearing only beige stilettos.
Andi recently appeared as a contestant on the reality competition series, "72 Hours" on TNT. She was dropped in the middle of the New Zealand Alps with two strangers, a GPS and only the clothes on her back. They competed for 72 hours to find a briefcase with $100,000. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Miles K SF SKETCHFEST, FEAT. ON REDDIT FRONTPAGE, COMEDY AND BURRITO FEST
At seventeen, Miles K was a high school dropout, living in a trailer. Six years later he completed a degree in Philosophy from The University of California Berkeley. He has since established himself as one of San Francisco´s top young comics opening for major acts at A-List Clubs and headlining horrible, lightless pits generously described as "dive bars." WEBSITE | | BOOK
Max Marsh grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Mundelein to be more exact. And after years of sucking at football Max decided to pursue a career in acting. After leaving the highly prestigious Elgin Community College he tried his hand in stand-up in Chicago's tough suburban streets. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Max then re-kindled his love of stand-up comedy. He also frequently talks of himself in 3rd person. BOOK