7 Comics for $7 All Star Comedy Show
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18 & over
Two drink minimum
7 great headliners for only $7admission! With Comic Juggler RON PEARSON (Chelsea Lately, The Late, Late Show, Comedy Central), BROOKS McBETH (Writer for Comedy Central’s Trigger Happy TV, MAD TV), JANN KARAM (Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show), TYMON SHIPP (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Boston Comedy Festival) and more!
Ron Pearson is a comedian, an actor and a world record juggler that The Hollywood Reporter called “a comic ball of fire.” The Los Angeles Times wrote, “I laughed so hard my jaws ached.” Ron has taken multitasking to a whole new level, from starring for several years on Malcolm & Eddie, to guest starring on The Drew Carey Show, Two Guys and a Girl, The George Lopez Show, Boston Legal, Chelsea Lately, recurring on That 70s Show and The Apostles of Comedy. As a comedian Ron has made numerous late night appearances from The Late Late Show, to The Dennis Miller Show, and even Comedy Central. He also found time to do years of hosting television shows on The Family Channel and The Discovery Channel. Not bad for a kid who started his career as a child street performer. Ron has developed his brand of humor into a performance that captivates the tops of the Fortune 500 companies and garnered him a nomination for Comedian of the Year. It’s a good thing he knows how to juggle, not only does he have all these talents, he has to keep his family of four afloat in Los Angeles. He has been married to his wife, Tanya, for eight years, which is almost a showbiz record. He also has two children, Reagan and Tex who actually need more attention than Ron does.
Whether it’s working as a staff writer on such hit shows as FOX’s MAD TV, Comedy Central’s TRIGGER HAPPY TV, CON, and ALMOST LIVE! Or performing stand up around the country, Brooks McBeth is one of those comedians who seem to find the line of decency and then stomps all over it. Originally from Seattle Washington, Brooks has an edgy but yet still endearing style of comedy that has made him a favorite at every comedy club he performs in. Brooks continues to appear regularly in national television commercials and voice-overs, but it is on stage by himself where he is truly in his element. Besides being Comedian Joel McHale’s full time opener (The Soup & NBC’s Community), Brooks has also performed with such greats as Frank Caliendo, Drew Carey, Harland Williams, Doug Benson and Jack Black to name a few.