Show starts 8pm - 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 Cameron Little can best be described as a tidal wave of loud, acerbic, and absurd comedy. High energy is just one way to describe Cameron's performances. Honest and raw are another. Originally from Joliet, IL, Cameron has established a name in Chicago and the surrounding areas. Other comedians have regaled him as "undeniably funny," "my favorite comedian to watch," and "you mean that guy who talks about Bennigan's a lot?" Cameron has opened for Randy and Mr. Lahey of Trailer Park Boys and with Creed Bratton of The Office. Cameron has graced the stages of Laugh Factory, Chicago Underground Comedy, Comedy Shrine, Still Not Friday, and stages in Missouri and Wisconsin in the past 4 years. Please give them your spare change.
Main Feature Ricky March grew up listening to George Carlin and Richard Pryor and at the age of 13, saw Don Rickles for the first time. Ricky was inspired by Don Rickles as he watched this comedy icon make fun of the audience and left them in tears from laughing. He has had the opportunity to perform with Steve Byrne, Hannibal Burress and Tee J Miller.
Headliner Chicago native Lance Richards first took the stage as a student at Columbia College. It was there that Lance began to develop his skills as a comedian performing on various talent showcases throughout the Chicago land area. In 2008 Lance set out to conquer the stage as a stand-up comedian winning numerous local comedy competitions in the Midwest. Lance has performed stand-up at colleges, festivals, private parties, benefit shows and many top comedy clubs throughout the country such as The Comedy Store in Los Angeles to Zanies in Chicago.