These hilarious comics have performed at prior shows:

Stewart Huff was the headliner at our very first show. Stewart is a master story teller, an insanely funny nationally touring comedian, and one of the nicest human beings on the planet. Check out his website at http://stewarthuff.com/

Mike Leboviz absolutely crushed it when he headlined our second show. He had people laughing so hard they were crying. It's no wonder he's one of the top comics in Chicago. (Update, Mike has been featureed on NBC's Last Comic Standing!)

Check out Mike's website: http://mikelebovitz.com/

Mat Alano-Martin has found success in so many different forms of comedy, we were lucky he made time to headline our third show! Between his Strangers On This Road podcast, heading up the Limestone Comedy Festival, and touring, Mat is always making people laugh HARD. Check out everything Mat does on his website: http://mat-alano-martin-comedy.com/

For the fourth show, we switched it up and brought in the amazingly talented Disposable Theatre Improv Troupe. They had people crying from laughter with a high energy performance completely made up on the spot. We'll definitely be bringing them back in the future! They perform all around Northwest Indiana, check out their website:  http://disposabletheatreimprov.com/

Russ Williamson absolutely crushed his headlining set at our 5th show. Russ has played Chicago's biggest rooms and has worked with comedy's biggest names. You can see him in the NBC show Chicago Fire. You may also have seen Russ in the Starz series BOSS or the major motion picture Contagion. Check him out on the Twitter machine: @comedianrussw

Robert Jenkins headlined our 6th sold out show in a ROW. Lawyer by day, amazing stand-up by night, check out robjcomedy.com for more info on this fantastic performer. He's a great dude that just happens to be flat out the funniest guy in the room.

John Osborne featured at our second show, and multiple people contacted us afterwards specifically to compliment John on his performance. He works clean, and he's a crafty veteran comedian who knows how to write one heck of a joke. John is a private party favorite as well as a club regular, follow him on Twitter: @OshKoshOsborne2 (Update: He totally forgot his password to OshKoshOsborne so he made a new account)

Pat Sievert got such a big laugh right out of the gate when he featured at our 6th show, he needed to wait a good 15-20 seconds before he could continue. Enough said. We were truly lucky to have him. Pat is on the interweb via Twitter: @patsievert.

Jake Wells opened up the first and second shows as a guest spot, and we couldn't get enough! So we had him feature at our 5th show! Wickedly funny, super handsome, and just an all around great human being, Jake owns The Drop Comedy Club with some other fine fellas. Follow him on Twitter why don't ya? @jakewellscomedy 

Internet sensation and all around comedy maverick John Cessna brought his talents to our third show as the featured performer. Do yourself a huge favor and check out his website (especially his Christmas Cards) http://www.johncessnacomedy.com/ (PS: check out mean Santa!)

Corey Courrielche looks like a 1.

Brad Oman has hosted for us on multiple occasions. He's gotten so many applause breaks as the first performer on stage, the other comics think there's an 'applause' sign lighting up. We're damn lucky to have him. Brad performs with the Disposable Theatre improv troupe, and writes about movies for slashfilm.com  Check him out on Twitter: @ethan_anderton

Jon Baldizon co-featured our 5th show because he's just too damn talented to start off as a guest spot. He just moved to Chicago to pursue his (wet) dreams. He still owns The Drop Comedy Club with some other dudes, and he is one badass graphic designer as well! 

Zach Boyce was kind enough to do a guest spot at our third show. He's one of the owners of The Drop Comedy Club, and he's one of the funniest guys around. His take on relationships and nerd culture are absolutely fantastic. Check him out on Twitter! @awfulwellfair

Second from left in the picture, Ben Konowitz is the guy that puts these shows together. His mom says he's "very funny" and that the shows are "so much fun" and his dad says he's "late for work a lot" and the shows are "the drinks were overpriced" .You can email him at benkonowitz(at)gmail.com if you have any questions/concerns/suggestions about the shows. You can follow him on twitter at @kenbonowitz too!

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