Dates & TimeEvery Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Ticket Price$21.95 Tue-Thu & Sun
$27.45 Fri & Sat
Must be 21 and Over
First Come, First Served Seating
February 13 - 15, 2018 | 7:30pm
When Flip Schultz was eight years old, he won a summer camp talent show by performing stand up comedy. There was never a doubt in his mind that comedy would be his future. For a while he performed wherever he could find an audience, whether at a family get together, bar-mitzvahs, seniors center; he didn't care. He just wanted to make people laugh.
Finally, at 18, he braved a real comedy stage and won the open mike contest. For the next few years Flip performed at many comedy clubs (and bars) honing his craft, paying his dues and finding his comedic voice. And he still managed to earn his degree in theater.
After leaving South Florida as a local favorite, Flip now lives in Los Angeles and tours clubs & colleges all over the country, and has quickly become a sought after comic in Scandinavia.
February 16 - 18, 2018 | 7:30pm with an additional show at 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
Jamie grew up in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, the son of a machinist and a paralegal, and the youngest of six children. He spent his formative years the same way as many children: Tormenting his parents and avoiding any thought of long-term goals. But when Jamie's high school guidance counselor informed him that his grades, test scores and personality best suited him to a career of shoeing horses, he decided that the time had come to get serious about the future. He was going to move to Hollywood and become an actor. Honing his skills on the comedy circuit, Jamie landed his big break being cast in Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio as a punked-out rival to John Leguizamo. His career soon kicked into high gear as he co-starred in his breakthrough performance as Randy Meeks, the video store clerk well-versed in the conventions of scary movies, in Wes Craven's Scream and its follow-up Scream 2.
Since these early days, Jamie has worked alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood. While doing what he does best alongside legendary comics such as Steve Martin in Bowfinger, you see a harder side of Jamie Kennedy the actor as a street hustler who attacks Greg Kinnear in the Oscar-nominated As Good As It Gets. Across his acting range, he always maintains his crafted ability to add much-needed comedy into dramas, seen in The Three Kings with George Clooney, The Boiler Room with Vin Diesel, and Tony Scott's Enemy of the State, playing a comedic techie in charge of protecting national security alongside Seth Green with Will Smith and Gene Hackman.
February 20 - 25, 2018 | 7:30pm with an additional show at 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
Raj Sharma started his career in Dallas, Texas and soon began performing all over the country. He was the co-founder of Indians at The Improv, a wildcard finalist for HBO's The Lucky 21 and is currently touring with Ahmed Ahmed's Next Generation of Evil Comedy Tour. His daily observations, childhood stories and lightning fast crowd work make him a must see for every audience. Tom Rhodes calls him "head-crushingly funny." Bryan Callen says, "He's funny in 3 languages: English, Punjabi and the Future."
Raj Sharma began his comedy career in 2002 and has never looked back. A chance trip to The Improv changed his life forever. Born and raised in Texas, and brought up in a traditional Hindu household, gave him all the influence he needed. He is an original member of The Gurus of Comedy, Pundits with Punchlines, and The United Colors of Comedy. Eight years in and Raj has worked with some of the best comics in the business like: Tom Rhodes, Carl LaBove, Pablo Francisco, Frank Caliendo, Brian Regan, Bruce Bruce and many more.
February 27 - March 4, 2018 | 7:30pm with an additional show at 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
In 1977, at the tender age of fifteen, the native Southern Californian appeared on the infamous Gong Show. Halfway through his stand-up routine, which he read from a piece of paper, he was pulled off the stage by a man dressed like a nun wielding a net. Eleven years later, he made a triumphant return as a celebrity judge. This marked the first of over 100 appearances on national television. In 1981, while attending Mt. San Antonio College, he applied for a job as a newcaster at the campus radio station but was turned down. Later that year, he auditioned for the owner of The Ice House in Pasadena. The audition took place in the middle of the afternoon in a club that seats 300. From the only occupied chair came the voice of the owner, "You're not ready". Zany looked around the empty showroom and said "Neither is your club!" Undaunted, he talked the owner into letting him produce his own show so he could have the stage time, and for the owner, an audience. The result was The Bob Zany Show featuring such newcomers as Garry Shandling, Yakov Smirnoff, Robert Wuhl, Kevin Nealon, and Nia Peeples. After one show, Bob was approached by Frazer Smith, the host of a top-rated radio show on KLOS/LA. After a short time doing guest spots on Frazer's show, Zany was hired by KLOS as a personality with his own show on Saturday mornings. Other accomplishments include the creation of Bob Zany's Comedy Outlets, with over 50 locations throughout California and Nevada; a comedy album "Hi Home, I'm Honey", on Laff Records; a soon-to-be published diet scrapbook, "Laugh at Fat, Bay-bee!", and the highlight of his career to date, being hired by his idol, Steve Martin, to appear on George Burns' Comedy Week. Zany's stage persona has evolved over the years, but the dramatic weight loss in 1991 caused the need for a major overhaul...along with the 175-lbs, he lost 30 minutes of his act. He spent the following year doing late night spots at Hollywood clubs, trying to "reinvent" himself. The result is the cigar-smoking, audience-interactive crowd favorite Bob Zany we know and love today. He is married to comedienne/actress Erin O'Connor, and they live in Los Angeles with their three dogs and three cats.
March 6 - 11, 2018 | 7:30pm with an additional show at 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
It all began in church at the age of five... One Sunday, the preacher called all the kids at the Southern Baptist church to the front to ask some questions in front of all the adults. When the preacher asked a small tow-headed boy what he thought hell would be like, the boy replied, "Preacher, hell will be hotter than the Walmart parking lot on the Fourth of July barefoot." The church erupted with laughter, the little boy was hooked on the sound and a comic was born.
Fast forward 25 years and Tim Gaither has been on the comedy circuit for a decade, working in 34 states so far and even going as far as Korea for the USO and our troops. In January 2009, Tim officially moved to Hollywood.
Later that year, Tim appeared on The Bob and Tom Show and earned the honor of "Best of Festival" at the Detroit International Comedy Festival.
March 13 - 18, 2018 | 7:30pm with an additional show at 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
Is that a sparkle in his eye or is he just confused? With his innocence and friendly demeanor mitch quickly engages the audience and then catches them off guard with his mixture of mischievous dialog and off color comments. While laughing at observations only mitch can get away with we are left wondering if he truly understands what he just said. We never really know.
Mitch has been showcasing his talent to rave reviews for the past 15 years. Since then both appreciative audiences and comedy executives have made the same observation about Mitch¹s rise to stardom, "It's just a matter of time." Well his time has come. The number one requested comedian on Satellite Radio, Mitch has appeared numerous times on both the Late Show with David Letterman and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In 2006 he took home honors as "Best Comedian" at the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, and in April of 2007 his half hour stand up special debuted on Comedy Central and was ranked #6 all time by viewers. Mitch's' new DVD, Magical, will be debuting in September 2009 which will be tied in to his first one hour special on Comedy Central. Catch this innovative comedian, clearly about to make the jump to bona fide Superstar, while you still can.