Rollin' Jay Moore
September 24 - September 25
Open Mic Night
September 24
Steve Furey
September 30 - October 02
Shaun Jones
October 07 - October 09
Mike Baldwin
October 14 - October 16
Frankie Paul
October 21 - October 23
Jamie Morgan
October 28 - October 30
Nathan Wallace
November 04 - November 06

Upcoming Shows

Rollin' Jay Moore

Rollin’ Jay is currently the #1 stand-up comic on Princess Cruise Lines. He has performed as a professional comedian for over 25 years headlining comedy clubs from coast to coast. His show has been featured at universities and major corporations all over the US. Jay currently one of Princess Cruise Lines headliners and performs all over the world for thousands of fans just about every week. When he’s not “killin’ em” on the high seas, you can catch his show at some of the top comedy clubs in the nation. He is also the author of “World’s Funniest Book.” Jay has the ability to connect with audiences of all backgrounds with his clean, original, high energy comedy. His friendly “southern charm” makes him irresistibly fun to watch. You can on find Jay on Comedy Central & HBO.

September 24 - September 25
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Open Mic Night

This is your opportunity to come see first time comics and seasoned comics alike work out their jokes for your entertainment. You will be the first to hear them perform and have the chance to see the next up and coming comic grow their talent. Tickets are only $5 Do you think you have what it take to make people laugh? Sign up now and tell your best story on stage! Come meet and mingle with other comics in a professional comedy club.

September 24
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Steve Furey

Steve Furey is an L.A. based comedian who was recently passed as a paid regular at The World Famous Comedy Store and The Ice House Pasadena were he performs regularly. He can also be seen at Punch Line SF, Punch Line Sacramento, Laughs Unlimited, Cobb’s Theater in San Francisco, and Furey performs at clubs and casinos all over the country. He has performed with comics such as Nemr, Kyle Kinane, Natasha Leggero, Robin Williams, Bobby Lee, Eddie Pepitone, Joe Rogan, Theo Von, Bert Kreisher and Pablo Francisco. He just got off the Hot Summer Nights tour w Bert Kreisher which went to 14 sold out dive in theaters all around America. He was runner up in the Sacramento Comedy Competition in both 2014 and 2015 and won it in 2018, which featured more than 75 comics from all over the country. In 2017 He was a stand out in the Laughing Skull Festival in ATL, and recently got best of fest at The SouthLand Festival in Los Angeles. Steve runs the monthly show Buried and Set of the Night at The World Famous Comedy Store, and the weekly Bear City in Long Beach, CA. Furey can currently be seen on E! as a co-host ofDating#NoFilter which just had a new season. And check out his hit podcast World on Drugs, where ever you get podcasts!

September 30 - October 02
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Shaun Jones

For more than 19 years, the comedy world’s senses have been tantalized by both audio and visual artistry. The young man known as Shaun Jones is truly making his mark everywhere he goes, with his quick wit and fashionable flair. Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey and having lived in Los Angeles for a short time, Shaun now calls Atlanta, GA his home. He has traveled worldwide entertaining crowds, using many of his personal life experiences to get a good laugh. Like an accomplished chef, Shaun’s comedy combines a cup of truth, a tablespoon of originality, and a double twist of humor. When Shaun takes the stage, he mixes his talents before the audience, bakes his show just right and serves up a unique dish to satisfy everyone’s laughter appetite. Shaun has appeared on several national television shows, such as B.E.T’s “Comic View”, B.E.T’s “One Mic Stand”, BounceTV’s “Off The Chain” & Showtime’s “1 Amendment”. In 2003 he made his motion picture debut in the movie “Shade” as a crooked poker player, Mr. Ose, which starred Sylverster Stallone & Jamie Foxx. Shaun continues to travel the world entertaining audiences and serving them with hearty laughter and his quick-witted humor.

October 07 - October 09
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Mike Baldwin

“Mike Baldwin simply goes out night after night and delivers top-notch comedy. His style is instantly likable, entirely personal and it highlights his attention to detail. His material is crisp and efficient and he supplements that material with subtle but perfect facial expressions and vocal inflections.”

October 14 - October 16
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Frankie Paul

Frankie Paul has been touring professionally since 1990 and entertaining audiences all over the country. Frankie Paul is fast becoming a prominent force in the world of comedy! He has a unique knack for taking a typically unnoticeable situation and placing it to new levels of hysterics! From fishing, scuba diving, and female body builders to marriage, kids, and how we choose the animals we eat. Frankie Paul hits them all from angles you know but never see coming! All done with an unstoppable high energy delivery! Frankie has had numerous TV appearances on FOX NBC and Comedy Central as well as dozens of radio shows like Rick & Bubba and Bob & Sheri plus many others. And of course he has performed live in all the top comedy clubs and theaters around the country and abroad! He knew from a young age that he had a knack for making people laugh! In school, he was a real class clown. He was able to make the teacher laugh along with the kids. Therefore, avoiding a trip to the principal's office. Born in New York City, Frankie and his family moved to the small town of Melbourne, Florida when he was seven years old. He remains there today with his wife and two children. Frankie says "Everything I've learned, I've learned in the south so my comedy does have a southern flair." Once you see Frankie at a Comedy Club in your town, you'll want to see him again! You will want to bring new friends to enjoy this incredible show! His facial expressions alone will have you rolling! With an animated appearance and a positive edge, Frankie Paul takes his crowd on a silly roller coaster ride of uproarious laughter. After it's over, the crowds are drained but want ride again and again! If laughter is truly the medicine, then Frankie Paul should be Surgeon General. Don't miss him !!!

October 21 - October 23
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Jamie Morgan

Jamie Morgan quit college because of a public speaking class, so naturally that lead him to a career in stand up comedy. His quit whit and incredible sarcasm has had fans rolling with laughter for 15 years running. He regularly opens for Josh Blue and Eddie Griffin. He plays clubs, colleges, an casinos all across the country. He's been featured on NBC, Fox and was voted Florida's funniest comic in 2009.

October 28 - October 30
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Nathan Wallace

Nathan Wallace is a Laugh In Comedy Cafe regular who has graced stages all over Florida and beyond with his uproarious delivery. A Florida native, he brings big laughs with a gigantic hint of charisma as he tells of tales of his upbringing, family life, and everything in between.

November 04 - November 06
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Dean Napolitano

Dean Napolitano is a character actor who often portrays military and police roles, and has made small appearances in the television shows Las Vegas, The Shield, What About Brian?, and From the Earth to the Moon. Dean is also a comedian; he has performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival, at Bally's, on HBO with Jamie Morgan and Shawn Banks, and has opened for Joan Rivers often.

November 11 - November 13
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Jimmie “JJ” Walker

Rising from the streets of New York's ghettos to television superstardom, Jimmie Walker personifies the great American success story. His catch phrase "Dyn-o-mite!" is part of the modern vernacular, and he became such a major celebrity in the 1970's that Time Magazine named him "Comedian of the Decade. Walker was born on June 25th, 1947, on the mean streets of New York's South Bronx. At the time it was a poverty-ridden area notorious for its burned-out buildings, graffiti and crime, but to a very young boy, it was nothing more than "the neighborhood." Jimmie didn't grow up with thoughts of performing as a potential occupation. His life in the Projects centered around the basketball courts and ignoring school. Basketball was his first love, but at age fifteen, Jimmie only carried 129 pounds on his six foot frame, and the NBA wasn't calling. He left high school before graduating and joined the workforce, holding a number of odd jobs, including working as a vendor at Yankee Stadium. Walker eventually landed a delivery job at the Grand Union Market at a salary of $47 per week - before taxes. Even though he was working all day, Jimmie wanted to continue his education, so he made an arrangement with his boss to end his shift a little early and attend Theodore Roosevelt High School at night. He entered into the federally funded SEEK program, short for Search for Education, Evaluation and Knowledge, which accepted students who needed an educational "half-way house" as they climbed the educational ladder. His studies at SEEK focused on mathematics and literature. At age 19, Walker had some catching up to do with his grammar lessons, but his writing skills became stronger when he began writing for a class in Oral Interpretation—and along the way, he discovered he was funny. When he delivered one piece he'd penned to his SEEK classmates, they howled! When asked by one appreciative teenager, "Are you a comedian?" Walker answered, "I guess I am." And with that, the first seeds were sown for Jimmie Walker's comedic fame Upon completion of the SEEK program, Jimmie began to learn about the world of radio at the RCA Technical Institute. He started as an engineer, which required a first-class license that was available only through hours of study and by passing a test. Within a year he had earned his first-class ticket to the future. Jimmie walked into a small local radio station, WRVR, and was immediately hired as a part-time engineer at a salary of $100 per week In 1967, he improved his "day job" by moving up to WMCA radio for $250 a week, but performing comedy was still something he wanted to try. A mutual friend introduced him to The Last Poets, a group dedicated to performing militant poetry. They needed an opening act and after a successful audition, Walker opened for the Poets at the East Wind in Harlem on New Year's Eve. He did five minutes of standup, floored the crowd of 350, and stayed with the Poets for 18 months while he built his act and gained confidence as a performer. By 1969, Jimmie was on stage at the African Room in Manhattan along with a few other up and coming talents, including Bette Midler, David Brenner and Steve Landesberg. Brenner was the first to get his big break and then helped Walker and the others, moving them all to Budd Friedman's Improv in New York where they occasionally got some valuable stage time. Brenner and his "disciples" soon turned into crowd favorites and became regulars onstage. To top it all off, Walker spent a year as the youngest MC in the history of the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem. In those early days, doing "The Tonight Show" was a direct line to the Big Time. Brenner made it first, followed by Landesberg, Midler and Freddie Prinze, but by 1972 Jimmie still hadn't landed that "big break." Then Brenner, Landesberg and Midler, scheduled for the powerhouse "Jack Paar Show", refused to appear unless Walker was also given a spot. The Paar staff gave in, and were glad they did. Jimmie's first guest shot was successful beyond anyone's expectations. Dan Rowan, who had seen the show, immediately flew Jimmie to Los Angeles to guest on a "Laugh In" special. That was followed by a second guest spot on "Jack Paar", and a contract with CBS to perform each week as the audience warm-up for the sitcom "Carlucci's Department." The series of successes gave Walker the confidence to give up his day job, and in 1972 he was working as the main attraction in all the top comedy clubs. His soaring popularity prompted Time Magazine to name him "Comedian of the Decade". Spotted by the casting director for Norman Lear of "All in the Family" fame, Jimmie accepted a part in Lear's new urban-styled comedy series, "Good Times." The role of the broadly strutting, wisecracking J.J. Evans would launch him into television superstardom. "Dyn-o-mite!" was the phrase that made him famous nationwide. As "Good Times" enjoyed a six year run, Walker's fame grew exponentially. He was the first winner of the NAACP Image Award, and won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He appeared on The Mac Davis Show, Donny and Marie, The John Davidson Show, The Merv Griffin Show, Dinah, The Mike Douglas Show, The Hollywood Squares, and the Match Game. Clothing, tee-shirts and even a talking doll that blurted out his signature catch phrase were soon on store shelves everywhere. Even with his demanding schedule, Jimmie continued to appear as the headliner at top comedy clubs, including the world famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His joke writing team included a young David Letterman, Jay Leno and Byron Allen. Walker's television work would lead to movie roles, like boxer Bootney Farnsworth in "Let's Do it Again," co-starring with entertainment luminaries Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Jimmie also released a smash comedy album, "Dyn-o-mite!" that went gold. When "Good Times" ended in 1979, Aaron Spelling offered Walker a starring role in the short-lived "B.A.D. Cats" and returned to cast him again in 1983 in "At Ease", an ABC series about a bunch of United States Army misfits. He also landed choice roles in films like "Airplane!" and "Airport '79", and was a regular on television shows like "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island". In recent years he's made scene-stealing appearances on "The George Lopez Show", "Everybody Hates Chris" with Chris Rock, and "Scrubs". But despite all Jimmie's success on the big and small screens, stand-up comedy remains his first love. Walker currently tours the country 35 to 45 weeks a year performing live, and guesting on game shows and late night television. In his spare time he writes scripts for TV and movies, and continues to enjoy a comedy career now approaching five decades.

November 17
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Paul Farahvar

Chicago based Paul Farahvar has continued to delight audiences with his self-deprecating dry humor, centered on being a single son of disappointed middle eastern parents. After becoming a regular at Chicago stand up clubs like Zanies, Comedy Bar and Laugh Factory, Farahvar was given the rare opportunity to host and produce his own monthly (now weekly) called "Drink Date Laugh" about dating and a comedic game show called "Everyone's a Lawyer" both at the World Famous Laugh Factory. He also regularly tours the country as a headliner and opening for national headliners Demetri Martin, Jen Kirkman and Gary Gulman. Farahvar currently performs regularly at Laugh Factory (Chicago, Las Vegas, Hollywood), Zanies (Chicago, Rosemont, and St. Charles), House of Comedy (Phoenix, Minnesota), Skyline Comedy Club (Wisconsin and Tacoma), Comedy Club on State, Comedy Bar (Chicago) and McCurdys (Florida). He is also the host of the Podcasts SINGLES ONLY! and MAKE US A MIX TAPE (iTunes, Laugh Factory Channel, Sticher) and a guest host on WGN Radio. He played "Karam Haddad" on NBC's "Chicago Med" in 2017.

November 18 - November 20
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Chris Cope

Comedian Chris Cope is a Florida transplant living in Los Angeles, La’s been great to Chris thus far, In his short time in town, Chris has appeared on The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Laughs on Fox , Tosh.0 and “Grey’s Anatomy”. His Southern Charm isn’t limited to stage and screen, He has just released his first first full length comedy album, “White Trash Super Computer”, debuted in the Top 10 on Amazon.com and Top 25 on Itunes. Check Chris out on Pandora and Spotify or Headlining Comedy Clubs All Over The United States.

November 24 - November 27
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