Premium Show - No Coupons or Free Passes
Mixing his spontaneous creativity and absurd view of the world, Rory Scovel is quickly making a name for himself across North America. Whether discussing drugs, politics, or life in general his infectious stage presence and engaging charisma will quickly shift the vibe of any room and place the audience in the scene of every punchline.
“You’re not just hearing his jokes, he’ll actually show them to you.” –Rory Scovel
While performing as a finalist in the 2006 Seattle Comedy Competiton this was said about Rory’s performance… “Every night he stepped onstage his set was remarkably different, thanks to Scovel’s near-genius improvisational skill.” –The Stranger (Seattle)
Rory Scovel has opened theater shows for such comics as Louis C.K., Daniel Tosh and Nick Swardson.
He has also appeared in the following festivals for Stand-Up or with his D.C. Improv troupe, Dr. Fantastic…
Vancouver Comedy Festival, Seattle Comedy Competition, San Francisco Comedy Competition, DC Comedy Festival, Del Close Improv Marathon, Bumbershoot Comedy, Arts, and Music Festival, Sasquatch Music Festival, Chicago Improv Festival, Philadelphia Improv Festival.
Andrew Orvedahl is a comedian and person currently based in Denver, Colorado. If you were a comedy sommelier, you might say his comedy is somewhat cerebral, with a dry finish and floral notes of sarcasm. He prefers mixing real-life stories with creative (and often improvised) observations within those stories. He is a regular at his home club, the renowned Comedy Works in Denver, and has performed at the Aspen, Las Vegas, Seattle, Great American, Bridgetown, and Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festivals.
Andrew is 1/3 of Denver’s comedy supergroup The Grawlix, who sold their sitcom pilot ‘Those Who Can’t’ to Amazon Studios in 2012. Andrew co-created, co-wrote, and co-starred in the pilot, which debuted in April of 2013.
Andrew has appeared on ‘Nickmom’s Night Out’ in 2013, Last Comic Standing several times, on Comedy Central’s website, and on Sirius XM radio. In 2013 Andrew released his debut comedy album ‘Hit the Dick Lights’ on Greater Than Records. In 2012 Andrew was awarded Denver’s prestigious ‘Mastermind’ award for his efforts in producing and performing comedy culture in the city.
In 2010 Andrew created the hit storytelling show and podcast ‘The Narrators‘, which he continues to co-host monthly.
When he isn’t performing comedy Andrew can be found playing with Legos, riding bikes, aiming but not firing Nerf guns at his cat, and doing really fun stuff with his daughter. Usually not in that order.
- See more at: http://www.fiveunicorns.com/about/#sthash.wmAsOOm3.dpuf
Originally from upstate South Carolina, Nick combines that old southern storytelling tradition with a keen eye and a paranoid view on society that will have you laughing out loud and thinking to yourself and possibly vice-versa. Nick Hart possesses that stray dog charm that grandmothers and anarchists alike find endearing. He is the philosopher's comic. He is the thinkers comic. He is Stefan Davis' hero. He is your hero's comic. He is an enabler with ideas doing his best picking up where his heroes left off, carrying the message wrapped up in the voice of dissent.