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January 2016

January 2-3 – Josh Spear


From Last Comic Standing , Conan O’Brian, The Today Show
Also Featuring Doug Karpf and Jason Pollock

“I’m up there talking about everything, just looking for the right topic, not developing into the same comic as all the others I have never been in or out of fashion because I prefer to unfold jokes with style and soul. I developed in NYC while tripping the light fantastic in the venues and streets and all those hidden rooms, basements and lofts and doors blocked by velvet ropes where celebrities play second to locals. I then chased a beautiful girl to Australia for romance that didn’t last, but I was able to reconstruct myself in the privacy of this continent, a lone man in a new country with perfect weather making jokes on stages from Sydney to Hong Kong with freedom that comes from knowing it’s a limited time experience. Three years to be exact. I got reestablished a while back and I am currently roaming the stages of NYC and the North East improving the topics and quality of my work and material while attending Rutgers in the city of Newark and living hidden in a suburb of New Jersey in my grandfather’s old office working out body and brain only coming out at night to prowl the stage. From NYC to Sydney and towns I no longer know the name of, train stations and long car drives and planes rides to a million memories blending together. A blurry multitude of television appearances from two seconds to fifteen minutes in The US, Aus., & UK*.Theaters, Rock Concerts, Colleges, an uncountable number of clubs have lain in my path, I’m not rich and famous but I have lived like others have dreamed mixed in with a touch of fever inducing nightmare.”

January 8-9 – Tom Daddario


From Comedy Central, Sirius/XM Radio
Also Featuring Joe Pontillo

Tom has been a stand up comic, performing in and around New York City, for 15 years now. He uses a unique and refreshing energy on stage, with an interesting twist on his family, friends, and relationships. His ability to win over an audience with his charisma is its own talent. From jokes about his young girlfriend being a vegetarian to text messaging and hypocrisy, he covers something everyone can relate to.
Tom has made appearances at clubs such as Stand Up New York, Dangerfield’s, Gotham Comedy Club, Carolines, Broadway Comedy Club, The Comedy Cellar, Mohegan Sun Casino, The Borgata in Atlantic City, Comics at Foxwoods, Turning Stone Casino and The Laugh Factory.
He has established a reputation in New York City for his reliability, strong writing skills and consistently strong performances. Tom also performs at private events and corporate functions all over the country. His credits include: Comedy Central and a half hour comedy set on XM Radio. Has been featured in the New York Times and The Daily News. Was recently in an independent film called “Night Bird” directed by Damian Chapa.
In his spare time Tom enjoys smoking cigars, climbing walls and putting hats on Elijah, his 18 year old cat.

 

January 15-16 – Bob DiBuono


From MTV, Spike
Also featuring Joe Fernades and Ken Krantz

Bob DiBuono is a master of characters and voices, which he melds with an offbeat sense of humor and expert timing, to turn ordinary life experiences into a night of uproarious laughter. Bob has been seen on MTV, E! Entertainment Network and Spike TV, and he’s been heard on “The Opie and Anthony Show”. He’s a regular at all the best comedy clubs in NYC, Las Vegas, Atlantic City … and Springfield NJ, of course.

 

January 22-23 – Mike Burton


From Rachel Ray, The Chew, ABC
Also featuring Rob Giumarra and Anthony Crescenzo

Mike started doing stand-up in New York City in the mid 90’s. You may have seen him on t.v. shows, independent feature films, webisodes and commercials. He’s done warm-up for talk shows, the last being the full- time warm-up for ABC’s The Revolution.

His high energy act, storytelling and facial expressions endear him to audiences and have them readily waiting to see him again. He’s an act you don’t want to miss.

January 29-30 – Frank Del Pizzo

Frank Del Pizzo came from the real world to the comedy stage.  Ten years as an auto mechanic left Frank ready to let the people know what he was thinking.  Frank is a breath of fresh air in a business that is full of hot air.  He makes people laugh with his true to life stories and attitude.

Frank has entertained a wide variety of diverse crowds, as the opening act for legendary comedians from Sam Kinison to Rita Rudner, and has thoroughly pleased every audience he encounters.  Likeable and friendly, this New Jersey Native is able to take an audience on a journey that makes them feel like they have just taken a wild ride in the back seat of his car.

Frank Del Pizzo lives his dream every time he steps on the stage.  From Las Vegas to ABC to A&E, Frank has traveled the country and the world delivering laugh after laugh wherever he goes.  His unique ability to turn ordinary conversations into hilarious comedy routines has made him a highly sought after act by the nation’s top comedy clubs, colleges and corporations.  Frank loves what he does and it shows.  His sharp, original comedic nature and quick wit make him a tough act to follow!