Show May 28 - 30

Headliner:
Emily Heller

Emily Heller

Emily Heller is a comedian and writer who likes you very much. You may have seen her once or twice on Conan, on the third season of John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show on Comedy Central, or as one of the New Faces at the 2012 Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. She has been named a Comic to Watch by both Variety and Comedy Central. She is the creator and star of the Above Average series The Future. She served as a writer on the FOX comedy Surviving Jack and is currently a series regular on the TBS comedy Ground Floor.



Feature:
Mat Alano-Martin

Mat Alano-Martin

Mat Alano-Martin comes to comedy from the world of rock and roll, where he spent 10 years touring North America as an Americana singer-songwriter, opening for a who’s who of indie rockers and roots revivalists and occasionally headlining his own smaller, less well attended shows. With a style that bridges the alternative sensibilities of his indie-rock background with those of his rural and blue collar youth, Alano-Martin has quickly become one of the rising stars of the mid-west comedy scene and a regular touring opener for comedy superstar Ralphie May.

- Gilda’s LaughFest
- World Series of Comedy
- Bob & Tom All-Stars Competition
- Comcast’s “Look Who’s Laughing Now”
- Bloomington Comedy Festival

In addition to Ralphie May, Alano-Martin has had the pleasure of working with Jim Breuer, Marc Maron, Moshe Kasher, Nikki Glaser, Neil Hamburger, Sean Patton, John Roy, Morgan Murphy and John Evans.



Host:
Antonio Aguilar

Antonio Aguilar

Antonio Aguilar has performed at comedy festivals such as Laughfest, The Cleveland Comedy Festival and has opened for nationally touring headliners such as Bret Ernst, B.T., Vince Morris, Willie Farrell, Erin Foley, Erik Griffin, Mike Green and others. After moving to Madison, Wisconsin to pursue a liberal arts degree, or as he likes to call it, a customer service degree, Antonio decided he wanted to become a stand-up comedian. After watching him perform for the first time, his software programmer father told him to "be more like Chris Rock," to which he replied "be more like Bill Gates." Solid advice. Some people think he looks like Fez from That 70's Show. Some people think he looks like the woman that killed Selena. No wonder he drinks! 



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