From sarcastic one-liners to well-placed puns, from dead-on impressions of New York City pimps, nine-year-old spelling bee contestants and Nancy Grace, to ideas for game shows only he would like, Matt Champagne's frantic energy and clever comic mind combine witty wordplay with unabashed goofiness. You'll laugh against your will.
August 20 - August 21Buy Tickets
Michael Malone is an award-winning stand-up comedian, film director, and writer that is currently based in Los Angeles. His blistering humor focuses on breaking down the idiotic ways we deal with life, death, love, and grief. "Malone is as engaging as perfectly choreographed ballet." - Angela Frissore from AXS Magazine said about Michael's album, "Thirty-One."
August 27 - August 28Buy Tickets
Jon Huck is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer whose humor runs the gamut from farts to enlightenment. He performs all over the country and has appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and This Is Not Happening, Comedy From SXSW on Showtime, and Gotham Comedy Live on The AXS Network
September 10 - September 11Buy Tickets
Monique Marvez is the perfect artist for these dynamic times. The lovely Latina (fluent in Spanish) stand up, air talent, screenwriter, author, podcaster and above all, PERFORMER has spent 25 years at the forefront of changing media, mores and cultural shifts both pop and profound with three diverse SHOWTIME Specials and a much lauded appearance on HBOMax’ HA Festival, now streaming.
September 24 - September 25Buy Tickets
Jen Kober is originally from Lake Charles, LA, and has energetically bounded onto the national stage bringing crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand-up, story telling, and improvised rock-n-roll comedy. Her hard-hitting hour is phenomenally funny as Kober commands the stage and dares you not to laugh.
October 01 - October 02Buy Tickets
Come celebrate the Alameda Comedy Club's 1st Anniversary with Eddie Brill. Eddie is one of the most beloved comedians and has performed comedy around the world. For seventeen years, he served as the audience warm-up comic for The Late Show with David Letterman. For eleven of those years, he was the Stand Up Comedy Talent Coordinator.