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March 2015

March 6-7 – “Roundboy” Jimmy Graham

From HBO, Stars in his own Sitcom “Graham Crackers “, Las Vegas
Also featuring Tim Grill and John Hollywood

Jimmy has been making people laugh across the country for two decades. A whirlwind career that started as a member of The Murderers’ Row, a group of raw edge comics with members of the Howard Stern Show which developed into The Artie Lange & Friends Tour with stops @ Caroline’s in NY, Zanie’s in Chicago, The Egg in Albany and The Suncoast in Vegas. Now working as a solo act, Jimmy is a regular Headliner for Catch A Rising Star in Princeton, Atlantic City, and Reno as well as Catch’s Stand-Up Instructor, teaching and coaching the talented newcomers in comedy.

Between National touring dates Jimmy has made many television and Radio appearances such as The Ricky Lake Show, The Manhouse(Comedy Central), The Keeler Show(FOX), Opie & Anthony(XM), Kid Kris(WYSP), Scotty & Alex(WYSP), Angelo Cattaldi(WIP) and Steve Trevelise(WIP). Filmed dozens of commercials seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, A&E, Bio, WB, Fox, Food Network and SpikeTV. Movies were the inevitable next step with Disney’s “Invincible” being The Roundboy’s first of six motion pictures.

Jimmy has three pilots in the works, Nick Nitro…ROD…and the latest being His own Sit-Com titled “Graham Crackers” based on Jimmy’s Comedy and the trials of raising 4 kids in the 21st Century as a traditional family while dealing with the information overloaded social media addicted pre-zombie apocalypse…

Comic Tim Grill costars as Jimmy’s best buddy and coworker. The chemistry between these two funnymen is reminiscent of Gleason and Carney…comedic timing at its sharpest…


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March 13-14 – Chris Rich

St. Patrick’s Special Show
From Comedy Central, The View
Also Featuring Ed McGonigal and “Father” Paul
Chris Rich is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed comedian, comedy writer, author, and keynote speaker. She was born into an Irish stew of very funny people: “My family were all long, thin, pale readheads. For Halloween my mom used to make us tease our hair up and go as a pack of matches.”Chris as shared the stage with Jerry Seinfeld, Sherman Hemsley, Roseanne, Tony Danza, and has appeared many times on national television Comedy Central, ABC’s The View, and Lifetime television.
Her high-energy stand up comedy surprises audiences at every turn with improv, characters, unique humor, and humanity. Through gripping storie, hilarious punchlines, and practical advice, Chris’ keynote address, “Healing My Funny Bone” takes audiences on a journey of how she’s persevered through physical and emotional pain to find life funny again.
Chris’ talent has been showcased at the hottest clubs in NYC, Vegas, and Atlantic City. Her routines have won numerous awards including first place in the prestigious Ladies of Laughter competition at Caesar’s Palace. She’s worked for the most iconic corporations and institutions in the country, but her greatest joy is derived from entertaining the troops on USO Tours. Her most personally meaningful project right now is trying to capture all her family stories in one liftable book.


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March 27-28 – Johnny Watson

From Good Morning America, SNL
Also Featuring Chip Ambrogio & Scott Brennan

Johnny Watson A lot of comedians exaggerate about themselves when telling jokes. When Johnny Watson tells a joke about himself, his family, and his upbringing, no exaggeration is necessary. Watson, a white kid living in a series of black and Hispanic neighborhoods while growing up in New Jersey with two brothers and two sisters, couldn’t fight, so he told jokes to survive. And he’s still telling jokes to his legions of fans throughout the United States. And most of those (real) bits are about his family – “my father was a heroin addict and all my mother did was watch TV and smoke cigarettes”; or his upbringing in poor neighborhoods – “I was the poor kid on free lunch who always got my balls busted so since I couldn’t really fight, I had to be funny.” So funny that he was voted funniest and best story teller in grammar school and in high school. Turned out the “high school honor” was his only honor. Johnny graduated LAST in his class. His grandmother implored him to become a comedian because “you can’t do anything else right.” Watson started drinking when he was five years old and kept on going until high school. “I was burned out from drinking by the time I got to high school, so I became the designated driver before they had designated drivers,” he says. After briefly attending college in California, Johnny joined the Navy. Once he got out, he turned to comedy as a full-time profession. Watson has appeared throughout the United States at many of the biggest clubs, including The Laugh Factory in New York City and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He has also been in a host of TV, film and theater productions and does corporate engagements as well. When he is not on stage, Watson plays whiffle ball, cribbage and does other “exciting things.”


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