Thai RiveraJuly 18 & July 19
Thai Rivera will make you uncomfortable in the best way possible. His politically incorrect style of humor has taken the comedy world by storm.
Having moved from Arizona to LA Thai quickly became a fixture and force on the comedy scene. After becoming a favorite and regular at clubs such as the Hollywood Improv and World Famous Laugh Factory he started to travel across the country in the most unlikely of places, redneck bars.
While Thai is very proud of who and what he is his disarming style and easy going delivery will put you at ease and there is no doubt that by the end of his set you will understand that Thai is comic who happens to be gay and not a gay comic, or as he would put it "a comic who happens to be a fag and not a fag comic."
Warren B. HallJuly 25 & July 26
Simply put Warren B. Hall is not what you"re expecting!
Warren has a style that purposely avoids using the white vs. black angle, which has become all too popular with many mainstream black comics. Daring to be different, Warren chooses to focus on funny!
Warren tours all over the United States and as of late, can truly be called Mr. International...he"s performed for our troops in Iraq and Kuwait.
Tom ClarkAug 1 & Aug 2
Tom Clark is the boy next door...if you lived next door to an insane asylum.
Whether it's his off kilter observations, his knack for spontaneous crowd interaction, or his unusual physical comedy, Clark's act has a little something for everyone. This has allowed Clark to perform coast to coast and around the world at both New Faces at the prestigious Montreal 'Just For Laughs Comedy Festival' and on The Main Stage at 'The Capetown Comedy Festival' in South Africa. Other appearances include: CBS's 'Late Late Show', NBC's Last Comic Standing, The Bob & Tom Radio Show, and Comedy Central's 'Premium Blend'.
Clark has a strong background in improv and sketch having completed the Second City Conservatory in Chicago and being a Main Company member at ComedySportz LA.
Clark has also landed several guest starring roles including the Hallmark made for TV movie 'The Wish List', NBC's 'Outsourced', and even a dramatic role on TNT's 'The Closer' opposite Kyra Sedgwick...yes he was the murderer. After landing the role on 'Outsourced', director Ken Kwapis invited Clark to be in the Drew Barrymore movie, 'Big Miracle'.
Sid Davis & Eddie PenceAug 8 & Aug 9
Get ready for Non-Stop Laughter!
This former airline worker hilariously unloads side-splitting baggage on stage. Sid's humor is fueled with A.D.D., a wavering ego and a grade school teacher wife who views him as a child left behind.
After early retirement as an airline mechanic, Sid Davis resumed the promising entertainment career he postponed to raise a family. He soon became recognized as a wordsmith and gifted comedy writer.
The Hollywood Reporter named Eddie Pence one of the Top New Faces of the Montreal Comedy Festival in 2004, he was also invited back to perform there again in 2006. In 2007 Eddie performed at the HBO Aspen Comedy Arts Festival as well as HBOs The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. In 2010 Eddie was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition.
A favorite of the World Famous Improv, Eddie can be seen at clubs and colleges across the country.
Laurie KilmartinAug. 15 & Aug. 16
My name is Laurie Kilmartin. I'm a comedian and writer. I've performed at the Montreal, Aspen and Edinburgh comedy festivals, and I've done standup on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel and Showtime, and appeared on Best Week Ever, the Today Show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, The Rachel Maddow Show and Fox & Friends and Oprah. I'm currently a staff writer on CONAN, and last year, I was a finalist in Season 8 of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Finally, I just used the word "I" six times in five sentences. Gross.