7 Comics for $7 All Star Comedy Show
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18 & over
Two drink minimum
7 great headliners for only $7admission! With DON McMILLAN, AL LUBEL, GULDEN, FELICIA MICHAELS, FRED STOLLER, TY FRANCE, ASHLOCKE, MARK SERRITELLA, and TYMON SHIPP
Don McMillan graduated from Stanford University with a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1982. He went to work for AT&T Bell Laboratories where he worked as part of the team that designed the world's first 32-bit Microprocessor. He then moved to the Silicon Valley (San Jose, California) where he worked at VLSI Technology as a computer chip designer. During his 6 years at VLSI he designed more than 50 integrated circuit chip designs many of which are still out there in systems today. However, after winning the 16th Annual San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition in 1991, Don turned in his chips for a microphone. He went on to be $100,000 Grand Champion on "Star Search" in 1993. He's had numerous television appearances including "The Tonight Show" on NBC, CNN's "The Larry King Show", MTV's "Half Hour Comedy Hour", and A&E's "Evening at the Improv". Nowadays, you can catch Don headlining comedy clubs from the "Improvisation" to "Catch-A-Rising Star" across the country.
Currently, Don is starring in the award winning feature length film "Don: Plain & Tall" an independent feature about an engineer who tosses it all away to become a stand-up comic (sound familiar?). "Don: Plain & Tall" received the award for "Best Feature & Comedy" at the Breckenridge Festival of Film and the Back East Film Festival. Don has also appeared in: "Air Bud - World Pup", "Life Without Dick", "Macon County Jail", "Party Crashers", "Fanatics", and "TeenBoy". You most likely have seen Don as the star of fifteen national commercials for Budweiser Beer. He plays the Bud delivery guy who mans the "freshness hotline" and protects the world against "skunky" beer. He can also be seen in commercials for 7-11, Franco-American Ravioli, Little Caesar's Pizza, ServiStar Hardware, and United Airlines. Don has guest starred on the TV series "Star Trek: Voyager", "Babylon 5", "City Guys", and "Step by Step".
He has also been profiled in both "Entertainment Weekly" and "TV Guide". Don has not lost contact with his high-tech roots. He has performed over 200 shows for major corporations around the United States including IBM, Dell, Apple, Cisco Systems, and HP. Don's corporate show utilizes his unique background to take a lighthearted look at computers, technology, and the high-tech lifestyle. He is the only stand-up comedian working who is using PowerPoint and references "Avagadro's Number", "DRAM", and he Beta tests all his jokes.
Al Lubel became a lawyer to satisfy his mother and quit to become a
comedian to satisfy his sadistic need to torture her. After graduating law
school in Florida, Al moved to California, passed the bar exam on his first
try and immediately began the practice of standup comedy.
Al practiced law during the day and comedy at night. Getting stage time is
hard for a beginning comic, so Al would sometimes suddenly stand up in
the middle of Denny’s, and unannounced, do five minutes. And Al always
did well because he had everyone’s rapt attention because people were
scared he might hurt them!
Al gradually improved at comedy, getting work on the road and leaving the
law behind. Within a year he won the $100,000 Comedy Grand Prize on
Star Search. Doing the Tonight Show was a big childhood fantasy, so Al
auditioned and became one of the last comics to appear with Johnny
Carson. Al went on to do six more Tonight Show appearances with Jay
Leno and made five appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Al has also played an attorney on the Blake Clark HBO Comedy Hour and
has been featured in the Showtime and PBS special, A Standup Life. He
has appeared on all seven episodes of the ESPN series, Bill Walton’s Long
Al’s solo show, Al Alone, won the Amused Moose Award Judges Prize as
the best one person show in the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also
was nominated for best performer for a solo show by the Barry Awards at
the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
But Al does admit to missing the practice of law. As he says, “I’d like to
have just one more trial, something serious like a murder trial, because
right before I give my closing argument and my client’s entire fate hinges
on each and every word I say, I want to see his face when I turn to him and
whisper, I’m a comedian!”