Show Nov 29 - 1
Hailing from Minneapolis, where after receiving a degree in something or other Steve became really bored and started telling jokes into a microphone. He first began honing his craft at the Acme Comedy Club, and has quickly emerged as a fast-rising talent in one of the strongest and most competitive comedy scenes in the country. Metromix magazine named Steve one of the top comedians in the Twin Cities.
Steve has been on the road non-stop for the past for years, appearing in some of the best comedy clubs in the country, including opening appearances for Kyle Kinnane, Rory Scovel, Dave Attel, Tom Green, Harland Williams, Jim Breuer, Gilbert Gottfried, and Doug Benson.
In 2010 he performed at the Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival and in 2011 he appeared in the prestigious Boston Comedy Festival. In 2012, Steve was named a finalist in CMT's Next Big Comic Award. His first comedy album Stever Fever, produced by Rooftop Records, came out in 2013 and was named one of the top ten albums of 2013 by Comedy-Reviews.com. This past March he performed at Gilda's Laughfest, where he was named runner-up for the Best of the Midwest.
- 2013 Gilda's Laughfest – Best of the Midwest runner-up
- 2013 Top Ten Album Comedy-Reviews.com
- 2012 Finalist in CMT's Next Big Comic
- 2011 Boston Comedy Festival
- 2010 Laugh Your Ashville Off Comedy Festival
- Recording deal with Rooftop Records
WINNER OF MADISON'S FUNNIEST COMIC 2012!
Plain and simple, Bryan Morris is a charm machine. His natural and infectious energy immediately wins over audiences. He doesn’t rehash the standard joke sets, but rather tickles audiences’ brains (not literally) with original, clever material. As a stand up comedian, Bryan harnesses the quick wit and adaptability he honed as an improv comedy performer and teacher with Atlas Improv Company.
With Bryan behind the microphone, Audiences will leave laughing and wanting to buy that comedian a drink.
With a lustrous, thick, full head of...well, brains, Adam Waldron gets big laughs with what has been called a "hilariously egotistical and painfully self-effacing" style of comedy. Appealingly low-key, Adam’s often childish musings on topics ranging from movies and comic book culture to dating and his own prematurely smooth scalp are sure to send any audience into neighbor-enraging hysterics.