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Rooftop Comedy
October 22
  

Pro-Am Night
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$5 Wednesday, 8:00pm (10/22) 18 and up show


Performers:
Gavin Regan (North Vernon)
Jonathan Pfendler (Indianapolis)
Ray Price
Dean Camper
Jake Morgan
Dustin Harvey
Luis Feuntes
Max Solway
Steve Hucks
Alex Leeds
Brian Million
Will Moore
Dan Sebree
Mohammad Patel
Blake Hammond

Come out and see local newbies, amateurs, and professionals drop new material. Some will be funny and some won't be, but this is always a great show! If you would like to perform at a Pro-Am show, please contact gkea@gobananascomedy.com. You must sign-up ahead of time and Gabe will email you a confirmation on the date you will perform.



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Live At Gotham

Las Vegas Comedy Festival

Just For Laughs 1

Conan

Comedy Central Presents

Chelsea Lately

Bob & Tom 2
October 23 - 26
  

Ryan Stout
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$8 Thursday, 8:00pm (10/23) 18 and up show College & Military Night $4 with ID

$14 Friday, 8:00pm (10/24) 18 and up show

$14 Friday, 10:30pm (10/24) 18 and up show

$14 Saturday, 8:00pm (10/25) 21 and up show

$14 Saturday, 10:30pm (10/25) 21 and up show

$8 Sunday, 8:00pm (10/26) 18 and up show



In general, Ryan Stout loves to explore morally repugnant subject matter with smart and sterile objectivity. His exaggerated honesty, delightful insincerity, and cute self-righteousness sell his wickedly witty material. No matter what the topic, this suit clad comic appeals to everyone's sense of logic. And to assure his brand of "offensive humor" stays on an intellectual level, he tries to keep swear words out of his act. Oh, he’ll talk about rape and abortion, but it won’t be filthy.

Ryan Stout is the winner of the Boston International Comedy Festival’s stand-up comedy competition (2005). In addition, he was a featured performer at HBO’s The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas (2005) and at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO (2006). Soon after his festival appearances, he hosted two game show pilots for MTV, I.Q. (2007) and Singled Out (2007). He performed stand-up on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham (2007) and made several appearances on the nationally syndicated radio program The Bob&Tom Show.

Stout settled-in to his television career by reviewing, re-capping, and capping-on several of MTV's popular reality shows.  As the host of the network's "aftershow" series A Shot at Love: The Hangover (2007/2008) and More Amore (2008), he told jokes, performed in short sketches, and interviewed reality show contestants. Establishing himself as a go-to host for any event, the network called on Stout to host television specials, including MTV's Most Valuable Players (2008) and, the iconic, MTV Spring Break '08 (2008).  Another MTV game show pilot called Pop-a-razzi! (2008) followed, along with a position hosting a series called MTV's Ranked (2008).

In the midst of all his television work he still managed to continue doing stand-up all over the United States and performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs International Comedy Festival (2008) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The following year brought a few more MTV jobs, hosting reunion episodes of reality shows and, as you might’ve guessed, yet another game show pilot.  That year also brought appearances on WGN’s television version of the The Bob & Tom Show (2009) and on E! Entertainment’s Chelsea Lately (2009/2011).  And, by year’s end, he filmed his very own Comedy Central Presents… half-hour special, which premiered on April 30, 2010. 

Viewers ranked Stout's half-hour special as one of the top ten best in Comedy Central's 2011 Stand-up Showdown.  A few months later, he made his late-night stand-up debut on CONAN.


With Feature Act: Tom Brady

Host / MC: Josh O'Neill


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Rooftop Comedy
October 29
  

Pro-Am Night
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$5 Wednesday, 8:00pm (10/29) 18 and up show


Performers:
James Hurley (Portsmouth)
Melissa Richelle (Chicago)
Tree Sanchez
Alex Schubert
Keith Irvin
Matt Potter
Jason Goodall
Alex Rozoff
James Campbell
Jimmy Robertson
VA Bennett
Dennis Piper
Max Fitzgerald
Adam Minnick
Billy DeVore

Come out and see local newbies, amateurs, and professionals drop new material. Some will be funny and some won't be, but this is always a great show! If you would like to perform at a Pro-Am show, please contact gkea@gobananascomedy.com. You must sign-up ahead of time and Gabe will email you a confirmation on the date you will perform.



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Bob & Tom 2

Lopez

Rooftop Comedy
October 30 - November 2
  

Jarrod Harris
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$8 Thursday, 8:00pm (10/30) 18 and up show College & Military Night $4 with ID

$14 Friday, 8:00pm (10/31) 18 and up show

$14 Friday, 10:30pm (10/31) 18 and up show

$14 Saturday, 8:00pm (11/01) 21 and up show

$14 Saturday, 10:30pm (11/01) 21 and up show

$8 Sunday, 8:00pm (11/02) 18 and up show


Over 20 million people have seen Jarrod’s popular Action Figure Therapy characters and most recently the series was named LA Weekly’s “Top Comic To Watch in 2012″.  His character Jungle was also featured on the front page of the Huffington Post Comedy section in 2011.  Jarrod has also been seen on TBS’ Lopez Tonight and Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Campus Activities Magazine named him as one of the Hot Comics of 2009 and Top Comics to Watch in 2010.  In 2009 Jarrod was final 4 at the San Francisco Comedy Competition and in 2010 was invited back for Detroit Comedy Festival’s “Best of Fest” as well as host of 2010/2011 Laughing Skull Festival.  Jarrod spends his time in LA and is a regular performer at independent shows as well as the Improvs, Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, and in 2010 had the pleasure of hosting a Comedy Death Ray show.

“Jarrod harris‘ act is an oddly comfortable mix of trailer-park filth, comic angst and hipster irony. While his style may fit into several categories along the comedy spectrum, his clever writing only fits into one: funny.”  Noah Gardenswartz – Creative Loafing.

With Feature Act: Lace Larrabee

Host / MC: Vincent Holiday


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Rooftop Comedy
November 5
  

Pro-Am Night
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$5 Wednesday, 8:00pm (11/05) 18 and up show


Performers:

Come out and see local newbies, amateurs, and professionals drop new material. Some will be funny and some won't be, but this is always a great show! If you would like to perform at a Pro-Am show, please contact gkea@gobananascomedy.com. You must sign-up ahead of time and Gabe will email you a confirmation on the date you will perform.



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Live At Gotham

Comedy Central Logo

Brew Ha Ha

Bob & Tom 2
November 6 - 9
  

Andy Woodhull
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$8 Thursday, 8:00pm (11/06) 18 and up show College & Military Night $4 with ID

$14 Friday, 8:00pm (11/07) 18 and up show

$14 Friday, 10:30pm (11/07) 18 and up show

$14 Saturday, 8:00pm (11/08) 21 and up show

$14 Saturday, 10:30pm (11/08) 21 and up show

$8 Sunday, 8:00pm (11/09) 18 and up show


Andy made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. This came the same year that he was invited to perform at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, and The Great American Comedy Festival. He has also been featured on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show, and was a semi- finalist in CMT’s “Next Big Comic”. Most recently he won the Best of the Midwest Competition at Gilda’s Laugh Fest earlier this year.

In 2004 Andy won the St. Louis leg of the Laugh Across America Contest and was invited to perform at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. In 2005 Andy’s unique sense of humor won him the Carnival Comedy Challenge in Chicago. In 2008 Andy won the Butterfinger Comedy Showdown, an online joke-writing contest that ended with a live show final round at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.

Andy has a residence in Chicago, where he was named one of four comedians to watch by the Chicago Tribune. Andy prides himself on his writing, and always delivers with great new material so if you have seen him once come again and see what is new.

With Feature Act: David Britton

Host / MC: Mike Cronin


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Rooftop Comedy
November 12
  

Pro-Am Night
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$5 Wednesday, 8:00pm (11/12) 18 and up show


Performers:

Come out and see local newbies, amateurs, and professionals drop new material. Some will be funny and some won't be, but this is always a great show! If you would like to perform at a Pro-Am show, please contact gkea@gobananascomedy.com. You must sign-up ahead of time and Gabe will email you a confirmation on the date you will perform.



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NBC

Drunkard Magazine

Comedy Central Logo

Brew Ha Ha

The Onion
November 13 - 16
  

Troy Baxley
PG-18: Language or sexual content

Ticket Prices

$8 Thursday, 8:00pm (11/13) 18 and up show College & Military Night $4 with ID

$14 Friday, 8:00pm (11/14) 18 and up show

$14 Friday, 10:30pm (11/14) 18 and up show

$14 Saturday, 8:00pm (11/15) 21 and up show

$14 Saturday, 10:30pm (11/15) 21 and up show

$8 Sunday, 8:00pm (11/16) 18 and up show


"[Troy Baxley] is a favorite among stand-ups”

– The Onion

Twice a national finalist at the prestigious HBO Comedy Festival, Troy Baxley is already well-known in comedy circle.

The best restaurants are those where chefs dine on their nights off. Troy Baxley is the comic that other comics, from open-mic’ers to top A-List comedians watch every chance they get. Even Letterman talent scout Eddie Brill calls himself a “huge Troy Baxley fan.” Word.

Others are catching on too. The Onion points out that “…only recently has [Baxley’s] weird brand of impish comedy started to penetrate the mainstream…” and from the way people turn out to see him every time he plays a gig, well, tru dat, yo!

Baxley’s act mirrors the thoughts and attention spans of America’s largest demographic: Lifetime “C” Students. A lifetime “C” student himself, Baxley knows a thing or two about overachievement by way of shortcuts. Remember that annoying kid in grade school who would always remind the teacher to assign homework? Well Baxley was the kid who heckled that kid; and he hasn’t stopped since. Word up, party people.

Sometimes the best acts are the hardest to describe. How do you describe a comic who goes on a five minute love-rant about his girlfriend’s beautiful jacked up buck teeth, then waxes poetic about a side-street meat-jones trying to get some cross-town she-hobo? Hilarious.

Don’t worry, he doesn’t know what it means either, but that’s half the point, and why the Las Vegas Sun said “Don’t let the rational and mild mannered shell fool you, Baxley can get as twisted as they come.”

You simply have to see it firsthand to get the slightest idea of what is going on inside his insanely-funny mind. And people see him again and again. Everywhere he performs, fans return, requesting their favorite bits – which are constantly changing and evolving from the last time they saw Troy Baxley “kickin’ it street.”

Wednesday
Show Begins @ 8:00 pm
Doors @ 7:00 pm
18 and up show


Thursday
Show Begins @ 8:00 pm
Doors @ 7:00 pm
18 and up show


Friday
Show Begins @ 8:00 pm &
10:30 pm
Doors @ 7:00 pm & 9:50 pm
18 and up show


Saturday
Show Begins @ 8:00 pm &
10:30 pm
Doors @ 7:00 pm & 9:50 pm
21 and up show


Sunday
Show Begins @ 8:00 pm
Doors @ 7:00 pm


* Comedians, prices & show
times subject to change.


* All shows are 18 and up,
unless otherwise noted.