Show starts at 8:30pm - Suggested to get there early for seating Host Joe Degand is a Husband and a Father. He might get weird and mention his family on stage but he's original and one of a kind and nothing is off limits. Joe is from a small town and he will travel anywhere to do what he loves ,... making people laugh. Doing comedy is an awesome job and he knows it everytime he walks on that stage. You can follow Joe Degand at www.whoisjoedegand.com
Guest Feature Scott Galvin has performed all throughout the Midwest entertaining crowds of all types and sizes with his dry and witty approach to comedy since 2011. He has opened for Chris Pontius, Preston Lacey, Dave Englund and Weeman from Jackass, as well as Randy and Mr. Lahey from Trailer Park Boys. Galvin has also opened for veteran touring comedians Scott Long, Kris Shaw, Russ Williamson, Peter-john Byrnes and Vince Carone. Known for his one liners, Galvin's soft spoken and shoegazing delivery has made him a favorite among the Midwest comedy scene. Scott has headlined Prime Time Nine at the WIP Theater in Chicago and has performed at Still Not Friday in Aurora, IL and A O.K. Comedy in St. Charles.
Main Feature Dame Grant is a Chicago based comedian but started his comedy career in Freeport IL as a child comic. Dame performed for his family until child labor laws prevented from continuing without a contract. After he and his parents couldn't come to an agreement, he took his talents to Wisconsin to develop his skills on stage and become a man. Since moving to Chicago Dame has performed routinely at Zanies Comedy Club as well as all around the Midwest and New York. Most recently he was listed as one of the 101 finalist for the World Series of Comedy in 2018.
Headliner Marz Timms is in the show “Easy” on Netflix, the voice of Jax in the Mortal Kombat video game, and former In-Arena Host for the Chicago Bulls. His style has been called “nerdy, yet urban.” and as a touring stand-up comedian has performed with Tracy Morgan, Guy Torry, Loni Love, Lynne Koplitz, Eddie Griffin, and Louie Anderson. Marz has shared the stage with Jordan Peele, and Keegan Michael Key of Comedy Centrals Key & Peele, SNL’s Bobby Moynihan, and Horatio Sanz, Anchorman’s Fred Willard, Whose Line is it Anyway’s Wayne Brady. He was an original member of Second City’s Brown Co. Marz also created, produces and stars in the critically acclaimed improv and sketch comedy group Pimprov.