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  • July: Kevin Froleiks Is A Force To Be Reckoned With!

    July: Kevin Froleiks Is A Force To Be Reckoned With!

    Kevin Froleiks is a New Hampshire native who now makes the rounds as a comedian in New York City. While attending the University of New Hampshire, he helped start the school’s first student run sketch comedy organization, Sketched Out Comedy Troupe. With the help of this group, Kevin began developing his skills as a comedy writer and performer. Since 2010, Kevin Froleiks has put all of his efforts into writing and performing stand up comedy. Kevin’s dynamic, on-stage energy has […]

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  • June: Heath Harmison Proves That “Being Clean” Can Make Comedy Gold

    June: Heath Harmison Proves That “Being Clean” Can Make Comedy Gold

    Heath is one of the brightest new comedians out there. His PG-13 style of comedy kills in clubs, colleges, and festivals including the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has opened for some of the best comics in the business including Louie Anderson and Eddie Griffin. His abilities that are presented on stage are endless! From doing celebrity impersonations, to singing, dancing, and accents. Heath’s comedy will paint a picture in your mind that will be burned in for weeks […]

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  • May: Spencer Bland Is Anything But!

    May: Spencer Bland Is Anything But!

    As a “West Coast Comedian”, I am always interested to see what is happening comedy wise on the other side of the nation. So after a bit of research, I came across Spencer Bland. From the moment he stepped on stage looking like, “the love child of Harry Potter and Hagrid”, I was hooked. His stage presence is impeccable and his jokes can be categorized as quick jabs that have just enough punch to keep the audience laughing and still […]

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  • April: Will The Real Steven Briggs Please Stand Up

    April: Will The Real Steven Briggs Please Stand Up

    When I decided that I wanted to give stand up a try, I went to an open mic night in town just to see the level of talent that I would be up against. After four or five comedians I was thinking that everyone was pretty funny, but that I could do better. Then Steven Briggs went on, and I re-evaluated which career I should pursue. He even broke out a beatbox version of Ride My Pony by Ginuwine that […]

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  • March: The Nomadic Skateboarding Comedian Ari Mannis

    March: The Nomadic Skateboarding Comedian Ari Mannis

    I watch a lot of stand up, and I find it much easier to relate to the comedy of someone who represents my demographic. Comics of all different races, sexes, and philosophies about zombie apocalypses can be funny to me, but it is harder for them to relate to me. Which means it is harder for them to make me laugh. That is not the case with Ari Mannis. He is a skateboarding comedian who likes pizza (probably). I love […]

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  • February: Up And Coming Comedian Nick Johnson

    February: Up And Coming Comedian Nick Johnson

    I saw Nick perform one night, and he had me laughing harder than I had in a long time. He had just recently moved to Las Vegas and was performing at different venues all over town. I regularly attend comedy shows, and I am usually unimpressed by most performers. Nick was able to stand out. So if you get a chance to see Nick Johnson, then GO SEE NICK JOHNSON! 

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