Scott WhiteDec 20 & Dec 21
Born in Dearborn, MI, just outside of Detroit. Scott started doing comedy in his first year of college. He took on a partner, entered a contest and came in dead last.
It took another 10 years to get back on the stage. After 25 brutal winters in Michigan Scott moved to Houston, Texas and began his way back on the stage with stand-up comedy.
Well, as it is stated in the comic rule book, you need to wait tables before you can start doing comedy full time which he did. When the restaurant closed its doors Scott figured this was a good jumping off point, and so started doing comedy full time.
Scott has worked all over the United States, plus overseas entertaining our troops in Korea, Japan and Guam. He has worked with some of the best (and worst) comics in the business and keeps on coming back for more.
JR BrowJan 3 & Jan 4
Covering politics, relationships, religion, current events and pop culture, with topics ranging from Columbine to Donkey Kong, JR expertly blends seemingly opposing subjects into a hilarious mix. Brow is one of a few comics to please audiences of every US state; an accomplishment that speaks to his range and ability to connect with any crowd.
After seeing his act it is clear why JR has been honored in the comedy world as a finalist in San Francisco's prestigious International Comedy Competition and selected as a stand out in HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. Brow has also shared the stage with comedians such as Bill Hicks, Ray Romano, Wanda Sykes, Drew Carey, and has been requested to perform with musical acts like The Monkees and Earth Wind & Fire, just to name a few.
JR Brow stands out in the comedy game 'like a grain of rice in a bowl of black beans.'
Ron FeingoldJan 10 & Jan 11
Ron Feingold has been on stage since age 10. He got his musical theatre start in high school portraying roles like Lazar Wolf in "Fiddler on the Roof," Moonface Martin in "Anything Goes," and Curly in the musical "Oklahoma!" Then, at age 17, he began his professional career performing in a melodrama theatre by the name of "Bob Young's Cabaret" located in beautiful Cascade, Colorado. Ron was on top of the world earning $150 a week performing in the show and doing what he loved most!
Ron then moved on to dinner theatre in the summers during his breaks from college at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. There was a distinct trend that he noticed over the years that all of his roles and jobs were mostly comical. So Ron decided to give Stand-up Comedy a try. A contest called the U.S. College Comedy Competition came to Colorado State and Ron signed up. For a first timer, he placed third and he's been hooked on laughs ever since!
Sean KentJan 17, Jan 18 & Jan 19
Critically acclaimed standup comic and winner of the prestigious San Francisco and Seattle International Comedy Competitions, Sean Kent has been praised as having "an urgency not seen in comedy since the likes of Bill Hicks." The Austin, Texas native is currently performing his hard-hitting socio-political comedy to packed houses worldwide, and has appeared on NBC, CBS, E!, Comedy Central, Showtime, Fox Sports Net, VH1, and more.
A two-time cancer survivor, Sean also works to raise awareness by speaking and performing at a variety of annual charity events including the Cancer for College Fundraiser with Will Farrell and the City of Hope Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion.
Sean's recently released album "Waiting for the Rapture" was hailed as "brilliant" by Laughspin Magazine and can be heard on XM / Sirius Radio and Pandora.