7 Comics for $7 - 30 Year Salute to IGBY'S
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
18 & over
Two drink minimum
The Ice House Presents: Special 30 Year Salute to IGBY'S Comedy Cabaret!
7 great headliners for only $7admission! With JAN MAXWELL SMITH, BLAKE CLARK (Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'BRIEN, Toy Story 3, Rango), PERRY KURTZ (Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comedy Central), JOHN WING (America's Got Talent), RICHIE CANTOR (Real Time with Bill Maher, Sunday Funnies) BARRY NIEKRUG Punchline), FELICIA MICHAELS Gotham Comedy Live, Beauty and Da Beast Podcast), MARK SWEETMAN, magician JOHN CARNEY (Late Show with David Letterman), JACKIE FABULOUS The Arsenio Hall Show), WILLIE TYLER and LESTER (Rowan and Martin's Laugh In, Late Show with David Letterman), JOAN FAGAN (Drew Carey Show) and more!
A standup comedian for over three decades, John Wing sails into 2013 with The Great Plains Comedy Festival, The Halifax Comedy Festival, the Ottawa Comedy Festival: ‘Cracking Up The Capital’, and his 12th consecutive Winnipeg Comedy Festival on the schedule. He is a regular performer on CBC radio’s ‘The Debaters’ and ‘Definitely Not The Opera’, where he was recently heard doing commentary on the 2012 U.S. election. John performs all over the world for Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise lines.
A much sought after corporate performer as well, John has done shows for Tim Horton’s, The Animal Rescue Foundation, Canada Steel, Investors Group, The Ottawa Arts Council, and many more. John has over 300 Television appearances to his credit, including six Tonight Shows, and nine Just For Laughs Comedy Galas. He is one of the few comedians who has done the Just For Laughs National Comedy Tour twice.
Perry Kurtz started standup in Philly in 1974, & moved to San Francisco in 1979 when Comedy was peaking.
Three months later he got his first paying "gig" as the emcee at the Off Broadway Male Burlesque Club on Broadway. Three WEEKS later, at the request of screaming female patrons, he gave birth to his famous "Comic Strip Routine" parody.
In 1983, he left "Broadway" and hit the road, averaging 30 to 40 weeks a year headlining comedy clubs across North America. In 1989, he relocated to Los Angeles, when he became a paid regular at The Comedy Store in Hollywood and Dangerfields in New York City.
He has appeared on Let’s Make A Deal, America’s Funniest People, The Tonight Show, and America’s Got Talent. He currently resides in Hollywood, works full time as a Corporate & Senior Entertainer, Club Comedian, Humor Motivator and Instructor, and appears nightly in comedy clubs around the world.