Happy Hour Stand-Up
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Get your laugh on at our gut-busting stand-up comedy hour upstairs in our Music Room. Due to adult content, this event is suitable for 18+.
Mike Stanley – January 5
Mike Stanley is a working comedian and writer who originates from the Metro Detroit area. His high-energy and cutthroat delivery has made him a crowd favorite in comedy clubs and college campuses all over the country.
Last year, he won the Last Comic Still Standing Comedy competition in Rochester New York, The Joey’s Comedy Club Challenge, and placed in the top three of Michigan’s Up and Comers. This year, he was crowned the “Canadian Mist Whiskey Comedian.”
He breaks down day-to-day subjects with a keen wit and drives his points home fearlessly. This is an act you will not want to miss!
Deacon Gray – February 2
Deacon Gray began his stand-up career in 1986 in his home state of Oklahoma. He has since performed across the country and worked with such notable comedians as: Louie Anderson, Dave Attell, Lewis Black, Drew Carey, Dave Chappelle and many others.
In 2008, Deacon was the grand prize winner of the very first Great American Comedy Festival, held at the Johnny Carson Theater in Nebraska. In 2011, Deacon performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival, and released his first comedy album, Revival of the Fittest. He was chosen as Oklahoma’s Funniest Person five times, and was selected to represent the state on Showtime in the 1991 National Lampoon Laugh-off, shot at the Sahara hotel in Las Vegas.
Deacon has an improvisational style of comedy that led The Oklahoma Gazette to refer to him as “a runaway mind train.” In short: no two shows are ever alike. In 2001, Deacon moved to Denver, where he now serves as New Talent Coordinator at Comedy Works, overseeing the development of new and amateur comedians.
He appears regularly in Denver’s wrestling scene as his alter ego, Alabaster Cain. Simply put, this is a show you won’t want to miss!
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