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September 2013

September 6-7 – Melvin George


From HBO, Fox, A&E
Also featuring Sandy Ehlers & Doug Adler
Melvin George – “The King of Smooth!”… tall, lean, bespectacled and armed with a brazen sense of “cool.” Melvin made his comedy debut in his hometown of Boston and moved to New York City where he quickly became successful. A trained actor and director, Melvin used his theatrical training as a member of “The Kitchen Table Comedy Team” in New York, making appearances at Carnegie Hall, The Village Gate and on several local TV shows. Melvin has appeared in concert with such celebrated artists as Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Roberta Flack, Patti LaBelle, The Commodores, The Temptations and The Four Tops. Melvin’s successful showcase at the National Association for Campus Activities’ Southeast Regional Conference resulted in over 60 college dates, netting him a coveted showcase spot at the 1989 National NACA Convention in Nashville. In 1990 he was nominated for National Campus Entertainment Award for comedy. He has been seen in the films “Mo’ Better Blues” and “Meteor Man”. Melvin also appeared on Fox’s “Comic Strip Live”, A & E’s “An Evening at the Improv”, “Caroline’s Comedy Hour” and HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam.”

September 13-14 – Tom Daddario


From Comedy Central, Sirius/XM Radio
Also featuring Robert Cividanes & Chuck Burks

Tom Daddario first began performing 20 years ago as a lead vocalist in bands, playing original music in New York City clubs.  He then expanded his work and began acting. He studied ‘Advanced Scene Studies’, at H.B. Studios in NYC. He has performed in such plays as Neil Simon’s “California Suite”, Agatha Christie’s “Murder at the Vicarage”, Thorton Wilder’s “Our Town”, Christopher Durang’s “For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls”,and Christopher Durang’s “Beyond Tharopy” Recently in an indi film “Night Bird” Directed by Damian Chapa Due to release in Aug of 2012.
He has been a stand up comic performing in New York City for 13 years now. Appearing at Stand Up New York, Gotham Comedy Club,Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Dangerfields, and The Comedy Cellar. His Credits include Comedy Central “Michael and Michael Have Issues”, a Sirus/XM radio half hour Broadcast and recently featured in The Daily News and The New York Times

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From The Late Show with David Letterman, VH1, Comedy Central
Also featuring Shaun Eli

Michael tried standup comedy on a dare while a student at the University of Notre Dame. He was soon emceeing Fighting Irish pep rallies and growing 70’s style sideburns to do extra work in “Rudy”. Upon graduation, he moved to New York City and took a job in advertising but, when his neck became irritated from shaving every day, retired to pursue comedy full time. His first job was dancing in a pink bear suit at a Bar Mitvah. He was hooked.
Since then Michael has carved a unique niche in entertainment. A comedian, TV host, writer, advice guru … there isn’t much he doesn’t do. Michael wrote and hosted the reality show “Wingman”, imparts humorously insightful advice on the Hallmark Channel and just performed standup on The Late Show with David Letterman. He also serves as a panelist on various programs for VH1, Bravo and The History Channel and spent three years as Glamour Magazine’s renowned dating columnist “Jake”.
Michael has hosted shows for Nickelodeon, Starz and Encore and contributed to numerous publications from Time Magazine to Maxim. His two comedy CD’s “Welcome to Somerville” and “Handsomely Disheveled” play in regular rotation on satellite radio.

In his free time, Michael likes sleeping late and fettuccini, and loathes the sound of honking horns. While generally convivial, he is most fun after coffee.

September 27-28 – Mike Eagan


From NBC, Las Vegas, Atlantic City
Also featuring Father Paul  & Corey Hunter

Ask any comedian in the country, they will tell  you…Mike Eagan is a comedian’s comedian. This is one of those funny people that make all the other funny people stay after their set is done to watch a master. He tells the most simple stories in the most disarming – and hilarious – manner. Whether the topic is driving on a crowded highway, sharing a bathroom with his wife or visiting the family at Thanksgiving, Mike finds the humor with a quick and very sharp wit. He is so fast you can actually watch the audience trying not to laugh in fear they might miss the next side-splitting gem.
Mike has more than twenty-five years of stage experience and has made his mark from coast to coast and beyond. You can catch him regularly in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. He spent years as the mc/host/creative director of famed New York City hot spots like Catch A Rising Star and Dangerfield’s. He has also enjoyed a stellar career in radio where his quick wit and ability to ad-lib earned him the coveted morning show for a number of different stations in the New York metropolitan area. Currently he is in demand at comedy clubs, corporate events, and everywhere great comedy is available.
Watch Mike once and you will think he is making up everything that comes out of his mouth right on the spot. Watch him a number of times and you will realize that happens a lot! If you are a fan of funny and you are a fan of smart, this is one comedian you cannot afford to miss! Come see why Chris Rock and hundreds of other comedians claim that Mike Eagan was one of the biggest influences on their careers!