Show Nov 29 - 1
A decade into his standup career, Steve Gillespie moved from Minneapolis to LA, recently made an appearance on Conan, and released his critically acclaimed first album, Stever Fever. Prior to that, this gentleman degenerate spent most of his life traveling the country regaling audiences with his delightful self-destruction.
Gillespie’s act is a slaphappy balance of aggression and absurdity, coupled with a delightfully pushy persona and coarse yet effective word choice. His hilarious self-flagellation and blistering social commentary has also earned him spots on Fox’s Laughs as well as the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and the Boston Comedy Festival. He was a finalist in CMT’s Next Big Comic, a runner up for Best of the Midwest at Gilda’s Laughfest, and his debut album Stever Fever from Rooftop Comedy was named a top-10 comedy album of the year by ComedyReviews.com.
Gillespie has also had the pleasure of sharing the biggest stages with some of the best comics in the country, including opening appearances for Dave Attell, Jim Breuer, Tom Segura, Kyle Kinnane, Tom Green, Harland Williams, Doug Benson, Emo Phillips, and Gilbert Gottfried.
- 2016 Conan on TBS
- 2016 “Laughs All Stars” on Fox
- 2015 two TV appearances on Fox’s “Laughs”
- 2014 Bridgetown Comedy Festival
- 2013 Gilda’s Laughfest â€“ Best of the Midwest runner-up
- 2013 Top Ten Comedy Album of the year – Comedy-Reviews.com
- 2012 Finalist in CMT’s Next Big Comic
- 2011 Boston Comedy Festival
Bryan Morris is a comedian quickly making a name for himself at comedy clubs and festivals across the country.
Bryan delights audiences (presumably you) by expertly balancing sharp observational humor with energetic absurdism. His quick wit, clever material, boyish charm, and manish jawline make him a loveable, relatable crowd favorite.
In 2012 Bryan won Madison’s Funniest Comic Contest with a performance that inspired The Onion’s AV Club to call Bryan, “The Michael Jordan of comedy.” Bryan was also a runner up in Laughfest's "Best of the Midwest 2014," a finalist in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities Competition, and other impressive comedy things. Bryan has been performing with Atlas Improv Co for nearly 10 years.
He also loves wearing hoodies.
With a lustrous, thick, full head of...well, brains, Adam Waldron gets big laughs with what has been called a "hilariously egotistical and painfully self-effacing" style of comedy. Appealingly low-key, Adam’s often childish musings on topics ranging from movies and comic book culture to dating and his own prematurely smooth scalp are sure to send any audience into neighbor-enraging hysterics.