An event every day that begins at 8:00pm, repeating until September 10, 2017
One event on September 8, 2017 at 10:00pm
One event on September 9, 2017 at 10:00pm
What if Stand Up Comedy and Tourettes Syndrome met face to face? Meet Samuel J Comroe a young brave comedian who shares his trials and tribulations about living with Tourettes Syndrome and turns them into an unforgettable Stand up comedy set. He’s Funny, energetic and vibrant.
Samuel is house regular at comedy clubs around his native Los Angeles such as Flappers, Ice House and the Improv. He’s growing in popularity outside of Los Angeles, traveling regularly to perform his comedy at venues all over the nation.
Samuel J Comroe was the winner of the 38th Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition. Most recently, Samuel placed in the top eight out of one-hundred and one comics at the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas. He was a Top Ten Finalist in the NBC Stand-Up for Diversity showcase.
He is now opening for comedians such as Joey Medina, Tom Green, Gallagher, Don Friesen and James P Connolly, just to name a few. He is one of the most energetic, engaging and friendly up and coming comedians.
A 2015 finalist in San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest, Dustin Nickerson performs in clubs, colleges, corporate events, churches, casinos, and colleges throughout the country. Dustin brings you into his life through his jokes about marriage, kids, culture, childhood, and being called “Justin” his whole life. Original, candid, poignant, observational, relatable, and engaging are words often used to describe Dustin’s brand of comedy.
Born and raised in Seattle, but now adjusting to life in Southern California, Dustin is a humble yet intelligent comic. He’s been seen on the PBS Comedy Hour, Hulu, Rooftop Comedy, ComedyTime TV, UT-TV, and is a weekend regular at dozens of clubs across the country. He’s showcased for Comedy Central Up Next, the Christian Comedy Association National Conference, has been heard on the Daren Streblow Comedy Show, KSDW 88.9FM, as well as the Scott and BR Show on 1090AM.
He describes himself as, “the world’s most average person” but is far from it when on stage.
Comedy Underground is 21 and over and ID is required.