Deven Green (from the Arctic of Canada) and Joel Bryant (from the trailer parks of New Mexico) met in 1998 and knew, because of their intense training and individual uniqueness, that their comedy duo would be successful. Together they won "Best Of The Fest" at the First International Hollywood Comedy Festival and were selected for the Bass Red Ale Comedy Tour. As comedy hosts of "Survival of the Funniest," "Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest," and as the house comedy duo at Flappers Comedy Club in both Burbank and Claremont, they secured their position as "The Comedy Duo to Watch!" [College Entertainment Journal]
This is a show in which comedians irreverently explore political and social justice issues.
Host/MC Tony Baker NEW MEXICO STATE, BOSTON COM FEST., NBC DIVERSITY TOUR 2011, NACA NATIONAL SHOWCASE,
Tony Baker's comedic skills flourished while attending New Mexico State University his creative ideas were brought to the forefront while writing and directing films with his colleagues just for the love of it. His comedic skills developed while hosting pageants, talent shows, and fund-raising events on the NMSU campus. His love for theater developed when he made his stage debut in the University production of "Of Mice & Men" in which he received his first acting award. After bringing his acting talents to the stage he knew that it was time to make the dream a reality and uprooted his family to California to pursue a career in acting and stand up comedy. WEBSITE |
Feature Matt Davis JUST FOR LAUGHS, SKETCH FEST SAN FRANCISCO, COMEDY TIME, MAN UP STAND UP ON MAVTV,
With five full length comedy albums, Matt Davis is a comedic force of dark and dirty humor. Recently featured on The Nasty Show at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal (2012), Matt's "dirty but smart" sense of humor has earned him an Editor's Choice on Sony's Crackle.com (2007), and had him featured in a top ten list on Cracked Magazine's Cracked.com (2012). "Matt Davis... he has great material on everything from hunting and Harry Potter to retro clothing and homophobia in the Arab world..."-Creative Loafing, Atlanta (2010) "If Paul Westerberg was a comedian, he would probably sound a lot like Matt Davis. Issuing a comedic stance equal parts brazen honesty and smarmy sarcasm" - The Weekly Volcano, Olympia, Washington (2012) WEBSITE |