Down and Dirty Comedy Nite with Adam Richmond and more - R-Rated
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Friday, Mar 31, 2017
(Doors open at 9:00 PM)
18 & over
Two drink minimum
Get Down and Dirty with some great comics at their most uninhibitedly humerous! With ADAM RICHMOND (Who Wants to Date a Comedian?, Last Comic Standing), BETHANY DWYER (Disaster Date, Mind of a Man), MINDY RICKLES, KING KEDAR (Funny People), and ERIK MYERS (Gotham Comedy Live, Drunk Shopping Network)
Adam Richmond was one of the youngest touring headliners to come out of Canada in the year 2002. His high energy, and fearless stage presence has made him a favorite among colleges and clubs all around North America, as he now makes his way through the American Market. He resides in the entertainment capital of Los Angeles, and was showcased on this past season of ‘Last Comic Standing’ and was recently on NBC’s ‘Last Call’ with Carson Daly. He produces one of the most popular monthly shows called RHOC - ‘Richmond’s House Of Comedy’ once a month at the Hollywood Improv. While also doing regular audience warm-up work for ‘The Best Damn Sports Show Period’ and the TV Guide channel, Adam has also gone global! Not only did he complete a tremendously successful USO tour for the American troops in Japan/Korea/Guam, he’s added Australia to the list and has recently performed at Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Also a writer and an actor, Adam has appeared on Nickelodeon, Fox Sports Net, and several nationally televised commercials, and now can be seen on the TV and buses as the Spokesperson and ‘man on the street’ for the LA METRO. With his fun persona, Richmond has the ability to make an audience feel comfortable in his presence, and has definitely become a candidate as one of the new comedy faces the world will see for many years to come. Go see Richmond and witness how much you can get away with when an audience likes you.
Born and raised on the south side of a small town called Chicago, Bethany Dwyer has had an itch for performing since she could spit up. She has studied acting and improv at Columbia College, The Groundlings, Annoyance Theater, and Carolyn Barry to name a few.
On stage, Bethany worked with independent film pioneer Henry Jaglom. Bethany acted in his play, “Always, But Not Forever” along with a cast that included Noah Wyle and Judd Nelson. She has also worked with other esteemed actors like Eric Roberts and Karen Black. Bethany is not only a stand-up comic but is also a writer, artist, musician, photographer and actor. She hosted the cutting edge comedy critique show “Trailer Trash”. Bethany's TV credits include "The Fred Show," "The Office" and "Disaster Date," on which she is also a writer. On screen, she can be seen in the Paramount film "Destination Wedding." Bethany’s observational and sweetly twisted sense of humor are capturing audiences across the nation.