Featuring stand-up a variety of Ice House favorites. With KEVIN McGEE, DAVID NIEKER, ROBERT L. HINES, NICK LOVALLEE, DARON VAUGHN, MICHAEL BLAUSTEIN, THOMAS DALE and more!
david nieker’scalm delivery can’t hide a tenacious spirit that’s surprising stand up comedy fans and gaining him notoriety across the U.S.
Based in Los Angeles, he’s knocking out audiences at festivals like the 2014 Black Box Comedy Festival in Atlanta, the 2013 Salt Lake City Comedy Carnivale, the 2013 World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, and at comedy clubs across the country,
His common sense approach to everyday dilemmas sheds hilarious light on unseen details, unusual problems, and unplanned consequences.
He is a regular performer at Flapper’s Comedy Club in Burbank and m.i.’s Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica. As an actor, look for him in the upcoming short film “Textisms” by D. Jeremy Bolton. He’ll also play Prince Fasha in the independent thriller “King Saud,” scheduled to be filmed by director Mark Toma in 2014.
Stories about his back are both hairy and hilarious.
Robert L Hines:
Robert L. Hines is one of America’s emerging comic talents. As the star
of the Toby Jones Big-Ass Truck Rental and Storage viral commercial
sensation, Hines’ internet performances have garnered the former
Cook County Jail Correctional Officer over 10 million views (and still
counting). He recently landed the starring role in the soon-to-bereleased
indie Chasing Robert, opposite co-stars Andie Dick, Larry
Miller, Paul Provenza and Rick Overton.
According to the Chicago Tribune, “After years of making his way on
stand-up stages and holding a day job as a jail guard, Hines may
be about to blow up. Big. But he has that nice guy persona of the
performer who has worked really, really hard for that shot, a twodecade
As a kid, I always liked comedy and would listen to albums by George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Bruce. Despite my enjoyment of these great talents, I decided to pursue an unfunny career and left Los Angeles for San Francisco State College to be a lawyer. When that did not hold my attention, I switched majors and ended up getting a Bachelor of. Art Degree in Communications.