A resident of New York City, RC has been doing comedy for many years, and he has the scars to prove it. He has performed as a headliner in clubs across the country and Canada, as well as a handful of shitty one-nighters he would just as soon forget. Known on the circuit for his flawless crowd rap and improvisational style, his influences are Lenny Bruce, Don Rickles and Gene Simmons. RC has done warm up for "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire","The Tony Danza Show","The Caroline Rhea Show", "The Ricki Lake Show"and several televison pilots. He is now the warm-up guy for the " Rachael Ray Show. "
September 04Buy Tickets
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.
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Alex Hooper was sculpted in Baltimore, MD. As a troubled weirdo, he tried on many hats before realizing only comedy could tame his hair. On stage he is known for his clever writing, fearless style, rampant energy, and sickeningly positive attitude. He has appeared on America's Got Talent, Comedy Central (Roast Battle 2, Corporate), Fox's New Girl, TVLand, Nickelodeon, and most importantly, The Bad Girls Club. His 2018 Album "Hugs. Drugs. Pugs." hit #1 on Amazon and #3 on ITunes Best Selling Comedy Records. Also in 2018 his Pug Yoga Calendar was featured on The Ellen Show. Funny Or Die named him one of the 15 Funniest Comics to Follow. Good Deed Seats included him in their list of The 40 Best Up & Coming Comedians. He created CRAVE, a unique comedy and dance party experience. Named one of LA Weekly's Best of 2013, CRAVE has also been recognized by The LA Times and Thrillist.
September 19 - September 21Buy Tickets
If the thought of watching your brother-in-law quack like a duck or your co-worker act like the latest teen pop sensation makes you smile, catch comedy-hypnotist Gary Conrad at Comics Live Comedy Club this weekend. Pulling volunteers from the audience, Conrad taps into the mind of each participant and curates one heck of a show with his mind-bending capabilities. “I ask for volunteers at the beginning of the show and they either run onstage or have to be coaxed on stage,” said Conrad. “At a show in Savannah, this father gave his daughter $50 to go onstage and I made her pretend to be her father who was disappointed in his daughter. She ended up looking at her father in the audience and saying ‘Stella, I told you to stop looking for men on the internet.’” Having appeared on TV shows including The View, Conrad’s comedy career spans years of live shows across the country and countless mesmerized participants. “Hypnosis is not dangerous and you don’t need a license to practice it. It really has a lot to do with behavioral modification and what each volunteer brings to the stage. The youngest person I’ve hypnotized was five years old with the oldest was 80 years old. It’s amazing what people will do onstage,” added Conrad. “There are perks for volunteering to be on stage as well,” explanied Conrad. “Each volunteer is actually learning how to enter the hypnosis state, which makes it easier for each participant to enter that state at a later date. A lot of people use hypnosis for losing weight or to quit smoking, so there is a bit of a payoff for being an on stage volunteer.” Whether it’s to get a kick out of watching people shed their inhibitions on stage or for your chance to be hypnotized by a professional, Conrad’s performance are not to be missed. “It’s a lotta fun and high energy and I’m always surprised at what can come out of a regular human being.