Sean Patton - Comedy on State - Madison's Local Comedy Club
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Sean Patton

From Comedy Central and Conan

Thursday11/14/2019 $15.00 8:00pm
 11/14/2019$5.00 STUDENT
Friday11/15/2019 $18.00 8:00pm
Friday11/15/2019 $18.00 10:30pm
Saturday11/16/2019 $20.00 8:00pm
Saturday11/16/2019 $20.00 10:30pm

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Originally from New Orleans, Sean Patton is a comedian, writer, storyteller, and performer based in New York. As a standup, he has appeared at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney International Comedy Festival, JFL Chicago, JFL Toronto, JFL Montreal (2008, 2010, 2012, 2016), Moontower Comedy Festival, RIOT LA, High Plains, SXSW, Outsidelands, Dublin Comedy Festival, NYCF, Bonnaroo, Nashville Comedy Festival and premiered his show NUMBER ONE at the
Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017.

He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Conan (2011, 2013) and his Comedy Central Half Hour and album was released in 2013. Additionally, he can be seen on @midnight (2014, 2015), The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, This Is Not Happening (2015,2016,2017, 2019), What’s Your F@#king Deal?! and Viceland’s Flophouse and Party Legends. On screen, he can be seen on IFC’s Maron, Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer and TruTV’s Those Who Can’t.

In 2019 he and co-host Caitlin Cook launched their podcast 5 Words on the All Things Comedy network.

‘Sean Patton, the brilliant New Orleans raconteur and spinner of cleverly interwoven stories, was like an auctioneer taking phantom bids last Saturday, responding to non-existent backchat from his adoring audience. To be fair, he merits slack-jawed awe. Patton’s outlining of his obsessive-compulsive behaviour — a series of deals made with God — is an apotheosis of indy stand-up.’ – Chortle

“I’ve seen him perform more than a dozen sets, and he’s killed every time. He’s dynamite, even with ordinary material, turning standard Brooklyn hipster jokes into a stomping, roaring tour de force, and elevating a bit about sex-performance anxiety into high-stakes comedy. […] He’s the rare comic who goes over as well in a comedy club as in a bar basement.” – New York Times