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Tom Simmons: Peace Love and Whatnot
Tom Simmons talks about living and raising his son with love and non-violence (and how he’s losing his mind in the process)

Susan Jones: Lady Ha Ha
Susan Jones is a tenacious headlining comedian, writer, master of ceremonies, and motivational force with national touring experience.

Robert Mac: Back to Lake Titicaca
Robert Mac returns to the Dry Bar stage with less smartness, less subtleness, and even more silliness.

Ricky Glore: Dad Bod
Ricky Glore is a stand up comedian and comedy writer known for his high energy and confidence on stage. He has opened for some of the top comedians, including Tracy Morgan, Damon Wayans, and Doug. . .

Nick Guerra: Enjoy Life
Nick Guerra is loved by comedy audiences in clubs, corporate events, private parties, and colleges across the country, this guy tickles everyone’s funny bone with his cool but energetic attitude, as he skewers relationships, family,. . .

Maher Matta: Personally Speaking
Comedian Maher Matta has been performing stand-up comedy for nearly sixteen years. He has appeared on FOX’s “Laughs TV”, has performed at comedy clubs across the country, hired for private events, and placed in comedy. . .

LeClerc Andre: With All Due Respect
LeClerc Andre is having a breakout year as a featured New Face at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.

Karen Morgan: Go Dawgs!
A former trial attorney, she moved from the courtroom to comedy after being selected as a Finalist on Nickelodeon TV’s Search for the Funniest Mom in America.

K-Von: Designer Muscles
K-Von is the most famous Half-Persian comedian in the world. Raised by a religious family in Las Vegas; he’s an expert at removing a bad word from a joke while keeping it funny.

Jason Russell: Beige Frosty
Like most comedians, finding a way to be silly in class was a way to get attention from classmates and teachers!

Helene Angley: Queen Size
Helene brings honesty to the stage that helps everyone relax– and laugh at the joys and pains of aging, being a married mother of two and all that the generation gap brings!

Eric Lyden: Any Chance You Didn’t Shove That Job Yet?
According to Eric Lyden, all it takes to be a comedian is not being able to do anything else. Regardless, having alternative uses for cork screws, shove-it speeches, and white noise machines can’t hurt.

Dylan Mandlsohn: Cruising America
Dylan Mandlsohn uses his own brilliant comedy to entertain and challenge social norms by pushing boundaries that promote forward thinking to his Stand-up audiences across this globe.

Dennis Regan: DennisLand
The King Of Queens writer Dennis Regan comes swinging hard with his quick wit and flawless delivery. The laughs just keep on coming in “Dennisland”.

Dave Goldstein: Isn’t It Obvious?
According to David Goldstein, the only hard part of being full of crap is deciding which direction you’ll take it. Any day with a glue gun is a good day, only plumbers and Americans wear. . .

Brian Hicks: Weird Mouth Things
The only thing Brian Hicks believes in anymore is shortening the lines at Kohls. Apart from that, Valentine’s Day cards can remain unread, dentists can remain mediocre, and the meaning of subdivision names can remain. . .

Bob Smiley: You’re Just Hungry
Bob Smiley’s mind races 100 miles per hour. Underwater birth? Maybe not. Giving your enemy’s name out at Prison? Maybe yes. Choosing laughter’s medicine over morphine? Depends on how bad your leg is hurt.

Bob Smiley: Tartar Terrorist
In-demand stand up comedian known for his machine gun approach and hilarious, clean material. He has performed all over the U.S.

Andrew Sleighter: Breakfast Stealer
Andrew Sleighter started in comedy looking for the perfect funny line to open a biography. Since then, Andrew’s laid-back style and clever writing has won him appreciation from fans and respect from his peers.

Shayne Smith: Alligator Boys
Stand-up comedian Shayne Smith delivers more stories about everything from a failed robbery to a wrestling match in the New York Subway and even saving the life of a dog in his second original Dry. . .

Rodney Laney: Who Is Rodney Laney?
Rodney Laney has completed pilots for Comedy Central, MTV, and A&E. He has been seen on HBO, FOX News Channel’s Red Eye, The Late Late Show on CBS, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, comedy.tv on the. . .

Richard Sarvate: Missed the Window
Richard Sarvate quit his ten year programming career in Silicon Valley to be a stand up comedian. Oops! Now he spends his nights poking fun at tech jobs, talking about his experience as a first. . .

Nikki Carr: I Wish These Were Jokes
Nikki Carr is 57 and feeling great. After all, she’s got the career where all you have to do is be yourself and have a good time . . . two things she subsequently gave. . .

Moody Molavi: Remove Before Flight
The Christian comic is married to his high school sweetheart, who later became his stepsister through the marriage of their parents to each other.

Mike Goodwin: Whatchanotgonedo is Just Laugh at These Jokes!
A southern gentleman with a curious mind, love for people, and heart for God, Mike Goodwin is in a class all his own.

Matthew Jenkins: I Also Have Merch
Unfortunately, racism is still alive, but Matthew Jenkins has a few ways around it: naming your kid “Case Dismissed;” going to the state penitentiary for a degree; and reversing Simba’s fatherless childhood.

Marc Yaffee: Mid-Laugh Crisis
Adopted at birth and confused ever since, Marc takes his audiences on a comedy joyride as he explores his multi-ethnic roots and the culture clashes that fill his world.

Maija DiGiorgio: Maija Pinion
In her comedy, Maija examines the complexities of what it means to be a mixed-race, multicultural woman through the context of trivial topics like dating, family, and daily observations.

Leighann Lord: I Mean Business
Leighann Lord is an American comedian, writer, and actress. She performs stand-up comedy, has appeared on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, and is a former co-host (with Neil deGrasse Tyson) of the Star Talk Radio. . .

Kristin Key: Crafty
Kristin Key grew up a minister’s daughter in a small town in West Texas. Much like Footloose, she was raised in a no-drinking, no-dancing, no instrumental music environment.

Landry: Hair Chronicles
Landry’s energy is contagious. Coming to the Dry Bar stage with a fresh, bold take on common tropes, he describes the difference between first-class passengers and everyone else; a DUI and an IUD; and Cracker. . .

Kevin Jordan: Cause I Said So!
A Former Los Angeles Police Officer, Kevin has thrilled audiences at Clubs, on Cruise ships, and for the troops worldwide.

Kabir Singh: Retiring Material
Kabir Singh is a huge crowd-pleaser with an abundance of energy, an in-your-face attitude, and clever material.

Joe Deuce: Mixed Reviews
Kentucky born and living the best of both worlds, Joe Deuce talks about his encounters with amish police, real-time irony, and toilet paper personality tests.

JJ Barrows: Doodle All Day
JJ Barrows was raised in South Carolina as the middle child of a preacher’s family. Having always felt a little different, JJ uses humor to navigate through the realities of life, being single through her. . .

Jasmine Ellis: Nobody’s Queen
Jasmine Ellis shares her unapologetically hilarious takes on being a newly married millennial and why she could either be the best or worst employee in the world depending on the stars.

Dwayne Perkins: Please Believe It
Dwayne Perkins has earned a spot in today’s elite class of stand-up comics with appearances on Comedy Central and on Conan.

Cleto Rodriguez: Cleto Is My Real Name
Rodriguez connects with audiences by relating everyday life experiences. Anything and everything is fair game, from marriage mishaps to the challenges of dieting.

Chelle T: It Just Got Real
Laughing is great medication and now the doctor is in. Chelle T has hit the scene and has brought with her a whirlwind of imagination, stage presence, and originality.

Caleb Elliott: Diary of a Smooth Black Kid
One of DryBar’s youngest comics, Caleb Elliot proves that age is anything but a setback.

Andy Erikson: Unicorn Style
Andy Erikson’s love of cats and unicorns is only surpassed by her love of performing stand-up comedy. In 2015, Andy placed in the top five on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and in 2016 she played. . .

Josh Blue: The Disabled List
Following his groundbreaking win on NBC’s Last Comic Standing in 2006, Josh Blue has risen through the ranks to become a well-established headliner at venues throughout the world.

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