53rd Anniversary All-Star Weekend
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
18 & over
Two drink minimum
To mark its upcoming 52nd Anniversary Show on October 14, The Ice House is celebrating early, with a weekend of shows featuring multiple Ice House headliners and favorites each night!
With NICHOLAS ANTHONY (Last Comic Standing, The Bob and Tom Show), BRUCE BAUM (Comedy Central, The Simpsons, The Daily Show), DON McMILLAN (A&E, MTV), ERIC BLAKE (Last Comic Standing, Comic View, HBO's Bad Boys of Comedy), JIMMY OUYANG (2 Broke Girls, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), JIMMY BROGAN (The Tonight Show), and SARAH TIANA (Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed), FRANCES DILORINZO (Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central), JEFF HODGE (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jamie Foxx Show), RAJIV SATYAL (Last Comic Standing, Who's Got Jokes?), GREG OTTO (Comedy Central), and hypnotist MARK SWEET (Jimmy Kimmel Live). Hosted by JIMMY BURNS (National Lampoon Radio)
"High-Energy/ Heady" Nicholas Anthony's curious mind takes random situations and twists them into comedic gems. With his quick, candid delivery he creates a fun-house ride audiences never forget. At 22, Nicholas received 1st place at the coveted Las Vegas Comedy Festival and since has been on 2 season's of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Nicholas Anthony is quickly becoming one of America's top touring comedians. He looks forward to making your next event unforgettable! CREDITS: BOB & TOM Seattle International Comedy Competition San Francisco International Comedy Competition 1st Place Winner at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival 2 Season's of NBC's Last Comic Standing.
It can now be revealed that Bruce Baum is the co-author of the three bestselling "Letters From A Nut" books, written under the pen-name Ted L. Nancy (with forwards and a backwards by Jerry Seinfeld!!! ), believed by some to be among the funniest books ever written.*
Bruce appears as himself on a special episode of The Simpsons: "The Last Temptation of Krusty"As if that wasn't enough, Bruce has, among other things, appeared on "The Simpsons" as himself, and is the creator of the comedy web-thingy, TheOuterNet.com.
Bruce also served for three seasons as creative consultant on ABC-TV's popular "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" and spent two years at Fox-TV as resident short film-maker and sketch comedian on "Sunday Comics" and "Comic Strip Live." He was then drafted by "America's Funniest People" where he appeared for two years in live and videotaped sketches. At least thrice Bruce has been the correct answer in the TV Guide Crossword Puzzle.
After they gig together, Ringo insists on a photo-opPerhaps you saw one of Bruce's numerous appearances on Comedy Central, Hollywood Squares, Full House, Growing Pains, HBO, Showtime, the talk shows or his co-starring turn in Bobcat Goldthwait's "Shakes The Clown." Perhaps not. Regardless...
Bruce headlines regularly in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and top venues (and some not so top venues) around the globe. Through extensive exposure on television, film, radio, and live performances, he has built a solid national audience.