Every now and again you just have to get the hell out of dodge and that's exactly what's on the mind for this group of NYC comics. For one night only, this bunch of city slickers are set to trade in the chaos of the Big Apple for a little dose of southern hospitality.
Hosted by: Adam Cohen with special guest Brandy Brown
Ryan Brown - Raised in Raleigh, Ryan began doing stand up in North Carolina where he became a fixture of the local scene before leaving for New York where he now pays rent on the Upper West Side. On stage Ryan's fueled by curiosity, attempting to understand the world around him with a relentless sense of logic. He's performed at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off! Festival and can be seen at bars & clubs all over NYC.
Eric Neumann - An NYC native, Eric is a regular performer at clubs in New York including Comic Strip Live and Carolines On Broadway. He's performed at various festivals including The New York Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, and Hoboken Comedy Festival. With a sharp wit and undeniable stage presence, Eric finds the funny in everything from his overbearing Jewish mother to his love of the Knicks.
Ron Nobles - Originally from Buffalo, Ron performs at bars, clubs and colleges all over the east coast. He’s a clean-cut every man with a knack for storytelling that can be seen regularly at Comic Strip Live in NYC. He resides in Mamaroneck, NY with his boxer Tony.
Frank Favia - Frank was born in Brooklyn and now lives in Yonkers, NY. His comedy explores themes of family, relationships and the perils of being a “nice guy”. His self-deprecating sense of humor and sarcastic edge give him a likability audiences can’t resist. He can be seen performing at clubs and colleges all over the northeast.
This show is 18+. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime).
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