Brad Wenzel is most known for his offbeat, one-liner comedy. He is a professional comedian so don’t be thrown by his youth and unassuming presence on stage. Described as “the tin-can-kicker of comedy” Brad will surely win you over with his dry delivery and a barrage of clever jokes. His act jumps back and fourth between everyday observations and surrealism. By drawing material from both his life and his imagination, he comes off as a relatable guy sharing some weird thoughts. KnightArts.com described his act as, “not so much clean in content as very wholesome in its delivery.” Currently based out of Los Angeles, Brad began doing stand up in Michigan at the age of 17. He has accomplished a lot since then. Highlights include, being a “new face” at the prestigious, 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, winning the 2015 Great American Comedy Festival (held in honor of Johnny Carson), and making his television debut on CONAN in 2016 followed by a return appearance in 2017. Brad has opened for: Brian Posehn, Kathleen Madigan, Gilbert Gottfried, Pete Holmes, Louie Anderson, Jerrod Carmichael, Todd Barry, and Patton Oswalt. In addition to working with these acts, Brad tours comedy clubs around the country and has appeared at prominent showcases including Meltdown in Los Angeles, Knitting Factory in New York, and Comedians You Should Know in Chicago. He is managed by Dave Rath and Adam Segal at Generate LA.
Mike Szar has survived dating, dead-end jobs and a questionable college career in the wilds of Ohio. He's distilled what he's seen and learned into a dark, smart and quirky comedic vision that finds the universal humor in everyday angst. One of the hardest-working comics in the Midwest, he's opened for Brad Williams and Bobcat Goldthwait and toured regionally. His exasperated but hopeful observations have made him a comedic talent to watch from the fertile rust belt comedy underground.