Show Jul 5 - 7

Headliner:
Dave Waite

Dave Waite

A darkly-funny everyman whose shows are nonstop fun, Dave Waite has captured the hearts of comedy fans everywhere. Dave’s swagger, his honesty, and his endless supply of bizarre catchphrases have earned him a reputation as a comic’s comic with broad crossover appeal. There’s no such thing as a “typical Dave Waite show,” as his willingness to be in the moment takes his performances to places that some comedians wouldn’t dare visit. Dave’s recent CD “Kaboom!” was recorded at Skyline Comedy Café in Appleton, WI by Grammy-winning label Stand Up! Records. Tracks from “Kaboom!“ can be heard regularly on Sirius and XM Satellite Radio, as well as Pandora. Dave appeared as a guest on The Bob & Tom Show, one of the most popular morning shows in America, and performed on the fourth season of Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham.” He currently lives in New York City but regularly tours comedy clubs and universities around the country.



Feature:
Jon Huck

Jon Huck

Jon Huck is an actor and a comedian. His humor can best be described as honest, observational and self-deprecating. His material ranges from TV friendly to wildly inappropriate. Jon performs stand-up all over the country and has appeared on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham." His first CD "Fantasticular Hilaritation," which is available on iTunes, was called "raving mad with a tinge of brilliance" by Americascomedy.com.

Jon also portrayed several characters during the run of MTV's popular hidden camera show "Punk'd." Most recently he appeared on VH1's "Undateable" as well as several national commercials. Jon can also be seen in the upcoming feature films "Garbage!" and "Dumbbells."





Host:
Chris Lay

Chris Lay

"Both a gentleman and a scholar, as well as a liar and a thief, Chris Lay will take your heart into his hands and gently caress it. He once held a world record in the category of longest [finger]nails, but has since retired to a life of Comic Ribaldry. He may, in simpler times, have led a respectable life as a shoppekeep or cockswain, but in this Modern Age has seen fit to advance himself to the bourgeois position of farceur. This wit-smith plies his merry trade at the expense of few, for the entertainment of many. Laugh at him or with him. The choice is yours and yours alone." ~Chase Gordonv



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