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November

November 16-17 – Craig Loydgren


From Heavy Weights of Comedy Tour, Sirius XM, The Artie Lange Show
Also Featuring John Consoli

Not your typical New York comedian. He has the rare combined quality of intimidation verses magnetic like-ability. Unchained and Un-tamed he is a Tornado on the stage and electrifies audiences everywhere he goes. From his philosophy on marriage to teaching his children how to drive, every moment is explosive and Craig delivers with the energy of several natural disasters leaving a wake of comedic destruction that is second to none!

He is a regular on the East Coast circuit and performs at such club’s as the New York Comedy Club, The Broadway and The Greenwich Village Comedy Clubs and the world renowned Dangerfields.  Craig has toured with The Heavyweights of Comedy The Nomads of Comedy and most recently opening up for Pete Davidson from SNL. Craig has also appeared on The Artie Lange Podcast , Sirius XM and now is a regular on the NYC Crime Report with Pat Dixon.

 

November 23-24 – Special Event – Kevin Downey Jr.

From America’s Got Talent, Sirius XM, Las Vegas
Special Event $22
Also Featuring Joe Fernandes

Comedian Kevin Downey, Jr. is turning heads everywhere. His explosive comedy style keeps audiences coming back to see him every chance they get. He can be heard on The Bob and Tom Show, Sirius and XM Satellite radio. He’s been on Comedy Central, What Not to Wear, and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy where he got a much needed haircut. Kevin appears at the Comedy Stop in Las Vegas at least four times per year. He has an ever-growing fan base that comes to see him again and again. Kevin Downey, Jr. writes a column called, Drinking on $11 a Night , which can be read in Bachelor Pad Magazine, GC magazine, at usedwigs.com and drinkingon11.com. Kevin’s song, Secret Garden of Dirty Little Whores, (who think they’re better than me) , can be heard on college and traditional radio stations throughout the country.

November 30 – December 1 – Wali Collins


From Comedy Central, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn

 

New York City’s number one comedian. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. Wali was and still is an accomplished drummer. Not only currently being a member of the Central Park Djembe drummers. Wali has played in R&B, Pop, Funk and Jazz bands. Wali toured with the award winning Lawrence Bagwell Gospel Choral before graduating High School. And he was the youngest to ever join the New England Jazz Society. After College, Wali was working on being the best Architect New England has ever known. But the calling for show business was too strong. He played in bands, did session work, but that wasn’t enough. He needed more.
Always having a keen sense of humor, his parents urged him to try stand-up comedy. His first time on stage Wali was convinced that he had bombed, but the manager paid him and asked him to come back every week as a featured act. Wali Collins has been going strong ever since. Wali moved to New York City to work on a show for Comedy Central called “Stand-up Stand-up”. He hosted the largest funniest, most varied collection of stand-up comedians in the world.
He was nominated three years in a row as “College Campus Entertainer of the Year”. Wali is also the most sought after comedian for corporate events. IBM, L’Oreal, and Johnson and Johnson, FEDEX are just four of the many companies.
Wali Collins is a regular at all of the main stream Comedy clubs in New York City and Los Angeles. He even headlines and tours at Comedy clubs in of all places, Holland.
Collins’ television stand-up credits include HBO, ABC’s “The View”, Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd”, Commentary on VH1, to name a very few. David Letterman caught Wali’s act and recruited him to warm-up for his show. Later that season Wali was a featured performer on the “Late Show with David Letterman”. Quoted by GQ magazine “Wali’s true purpose becomes evident”.
What about acting? Wali’s one of the lead actors in Independent films, “Clair Makes It Big” and the award winning “Maybe Means No”. He’s also landed a role in the Jerry Brucheimer film “Coyote Ugly”. Wali also was featured in the hit sitcom “Spin City” and is the host of the new PBS series special, “Wild TV”. If Wali’s face looks familiar to you it’s because you’ve seen him in endless amount of national television commercials.
In the words of Robert Klein, “Wali Collins is versatile, smart and very, very funny.” Wali is headed only one way, Stardom. If you haven’t seen Wali do his thing in either stand up or acting, you’re missing out on one gifted man.