All Shows in March 2024
  • Friday March 1st 07:30PM - Rally Cap Brewing (Baton Rouge)
  • Comedy at the Cap: A Standup Comedy Show (BATON ROUGE)
  • Rally Cap Brewing Company and Lafayette Comedy presents COMEDY AT THE CAP: A STANDUP COMEDY SHOWFriday, March 1st @ 7:30 p.m.THIS SHOW TAKES PLACE IN BATON ROUGETickets are $15 or $20 at the door.This standup comedy showcase features the best comedians from Baton Rouge, Lafayette, New Orleans, and more.Comedians: tbaHosted by JP Leonard of Lafayette ComedyAges 21+Adult subject matterFood options are available at the show.WELCOME TO OUR HOME FIELDBased in the Industriplex area of Baton Rouge, Rally Cap Brewing Company is a craft brewery and taproom that celebrates community. And what brings people together like sports? Well, craft beer, of course! Come grab a front row seat as we serve our home teams: Baton Rouge beer enthusiasts, sports fans, and everyone in between.Our taproom boasts over 2,000 square feet of space, nine televisions and 16 taps for you to enjoy your favorite Rally Cap Beers.SHOW RULES:* Cell phones must be set on silent or turned off. Never take a phone call during the show. If it can’t wait, please step outside.* Table Talk must be kept to a minimum. Lafayette Comedy reserves the right to remove loud, talkative patrons. No refunds will be given.* No Flash Photography permitted* No video or audio Recording: Each comedian owns the rights to their own material, however, do NOT.* Do Not Heckle the Comedian: Heckling is interrupting the performance to upstage, disparage, or throw off the comedian. It is never acceptable, and the quickest way to ruin the show for everyone. It is also the quickest way to ejection.* Do Not Interrupt the Comedian: The common excuse for this is “I’m helping the comedian” and “that’s what you’re supposed to do at Comedy Clubs!” Comedians are professionals, they do not need help. Exception: If a comedian directly engages you in conversation, it is ok to respond. Some of the best comedy happens this way and can make for a memorable experience. Be ready to let it go when the bit is over.I don’t recognize the comic’s name, will the show be funny?Yes, all of our acts are professional nationally touring comedians. There are so many talented comedians today; it is impossible for all of them to become household names. That being said, comedy is subjective and we recommend you research the comedian you are coming to see.Unless otherwise stated, please consider all of our shows as “adult subject matter.”No refunds unless the show is canceled or rescheduled.
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  • Saturday March 2nd 07:00PM - Wildcat Brothers Distilling at Gator Cove
  • Gator Fight! A Standup Comedy Show (7PM SHOW)
  • Lafayette Comedy presents GATOR FIGHT! - A Standup Comedy Show at Wildcat Brothers Distilling at Gator Cove on Saturday, March 2nd at 7PM & 9PMThis ticket is for the 7PM SHOWDoors open at 6:00 p.m.Tickets on sale now for $15 in advance, or $20 at the door.Special 4 for the price of 3 deal while they last!This standup comedy show will feature the best local, regional, and touring comedians around!Comedians: tbaAges 21+Adult subject matterWildcat Brothers Distilling is Cajun-country’s first distiller of crafted rum, perfecting the distilling traditions of spirit-making the way our ancestors did. Located in fertile Lafayette, Louisiana, we use only local sugarcane to produce smooth and unique French-style rums from the same sugarcane cultivated by our forefathers.All of our rums are produced by hand in small batches with no importation of foreign molasses or sugarcane byproducts. We source from Louisiana farmers and American craftspeople. We work hard and celebrate harder, again, much like our ancestors did.While our fans keep returning for our innovative flavorings and wood-aging processes, our goal is to refashion the way adults appreciate rum, agriculture, and craft distilling.The story of Wildcat Brothers Distilling may be the most unorthodox tale this side of the Bayou. Set in fertile South Louisiana (“Cajun Country” as we like to call it), our story features two unlikely heroes: a former lawyer and Ph.D. behavioral scientist. Together, they embarked on a journey to help their fellow Acadians celebrate the joie de vivre with the very best French style rum. The result was Acadiana’s first distillery. Merging old-world recipes and modern techniques, our flavors harken back to the way the original Acadians would have crafted rum – with their own hands and local ingredients.LOCATION & HOURSGator Cove - Lafayette, Louisiana2601 SE Evangeline ThruwayLafayette, LA 70508(337) 703-3410 - Tasting Room Direct Line
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  • Monday March 4th 07:30PM - Club 337
  • Steven Lolli (Katt Williams, Eddie Pepitone, NBC)
  • Lafayette Comedy presents comedian & actor STEVEN LOLLI on Monday, March 4th at 7:30 p.m. at Club 337 inside the Doubletree Hotel.Tickets are on sale now for $15 in advance ($20 at the door).Steven Lolli was the only white-Jewish comedian in the black comedy clubs of south central LA for nearly a decade with Katt Williams describing him as "The Urban Jew."Lolli worked as a writer for Williams (2007-09) and comedy legend Eddie Pepitone as well as co-creating "Comedians w/out cars getting Soda" w/ Pepitone and co-hosting PepTaks podcast w/ Eddie (2018-20) for Bill Burr's ATC Studios. He is also starring in Resonance Productions' dark comedy "Last Chance" due for release in 2024."Steven Lolli is a fearless comic who has a great take on the modern mess we live in. It's rare these days for a comedian like him to exist." - Eddie Pepitone
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  • Thursday March 7th 08:00PM - Legend's Pub
  • YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic
  • Lafayette Comedy presents YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic.Legends Pub is located at 104 Republic Ave., next to The Grand Theater on Kaliste Saloom Rd.This is a free show. No ticket is needed. Just show up.Comedians who wish to perform should sign up with the hosts by 7:45 p.m.Drinks & food options are available!Free parkingSo you want to be a comedian? Read these tips to help guide you through your first time on stage.1. DON'T RUN THE LIGHT!Generally, each open-mic performer gets 4 to 5 minutes of stage time. When you have 1 minute left, the host will signal you with a light (usually their cell phone light). This means you have 1 minute left. Best practice is to not "run the light" and go past that mark. It throws the pacing of the show-off and is just rude to other performers. When you see the light, acknowledge it with a thumbs up or a nod.2. Know Your MaterialKnow what you will do before you go on stage. Sure, all these pros look like they are just ranting, and some are, but they have many years of experience and generally get on stage with a basic idea of where they are going. Practice your material before you get on stage. Bring notes. Just know what you will do.3. Watch the ShowWatching comedy is just as important as doing it. You get to see how comedians carry themselves on stage and what crowds like and don't like. Applaud. Listen. And don't talk.4. Don’t insult the crowdThere is a difference between crowd work and just being an ass. If you insult the crowd by going over the line, you will be warned. If it continues, you may not be allowed back. We have to answer to venue managers and owners. If it takes away their business it does not look well for us.5. Move the Mic StandMoving it 2-3 feet out of the way makes you look better and removes a distraction. If you choose to leave the mic in the stand, go for it.6. Hold the Mic CorrectlyDon't cup your hand around the mic top. You are not in the Wu-Tang, so no need for that. We want the crowd to hear you clearly, and also, when you cup the mic, it makes trouble for the sound guy.7. Record YourselfSet your phone on the stool and record your set. Listen. Edit. Repeat. It is the best way to determine what works and what doesn't. You don’t need a video crew. Just listen to your set.8. Don't Steal or Do Street JokesDon't steal from comedians. There is no cover band in comedy. Do original material. Don't do bits you found online. Avoid any jokes your Uncle Larry told you. If you can find it online, don't do it.9. Have Fun!Questions?
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  • Friday March 8th 08:30PM - Club 337
  • Shane Mauss - A Better Trip
  • Lafayette Comedy presents comedian Shane Mauss - A Better Trip on Friday, March 8, 2024 at Club 337 inside the Doubletree Hotel.An IMMERSIVE Psychedelic Comedy ExperienceTickets are on sale as follows:Reserved VIP $35 (First 3 rows) SOLD OUTEarly Bird $20 (ends 30 days out) SOLD OUTPresale $25 (ends one week out)GA $30 ($35 at the door)Comedy + Science + Art + Psychedelics = A Better TripJourney into the mind of a psychedelic astronaut with a consciousness-expanding comedy experience. At the intersection of science, humor, and psychedelics comes "A Better Trip," the latest work from Shane Mauss.Originally a residency at AREA15 in Las Vegas–this hilariously heady event highlights Shane’s personal psychedelic experiences and examines the history, science, and culture of psychedelics. Accompanied by a vivid display of mind-blowing visuals and custom animations that back the entire performance, this one-of-a-kind show articulates the psychedelic experience.About Shane MaussStand-up credits include: Kimmel, Showtime, Netflix, multiple Comedy Central appearances and five appearances on Conan.Notable podcast appearances include Duncan Trussell's Family Hour, WTF, Bertcast, Whiskey Ginger, and You Made it Weird,Award-winning comedian, science podcaster, and mental health advocate Shane Mauss relentlessly integrates his life, interests, and imagination into creating shows that go far beyond traditional stand-up.Known for his uncanny description of psychedelic experiences, Shane’s Comedy Central "Tales From The Trip" videos have millions of views and his last SOLD-OUT tour ("A Good Trip") inspired the documentary "Psychonautics: A Comic's Exploration of Psychedelics."About The VisualsMICHAEL STRAUSS is a VJ, digital artist, and event producer. Providing live visuals for legends in the psychedelic space, including Shpongle, Alex Grey, Desert Dwellers; Michael has crafted psychedelic audiovisual experiences and immersive environments for nearly 20 years.The VibePart trip report, part Ted Talk, all comedy show… this 90-minute performance is a celebration of the psychedelic renaissance.
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  • Tuesday March 12th 07:30PM - Club 337
  • Gareth Reynolds (The Dollop Podcast, Netflix, Comedy Central)
  • Lafayette Comedy presents comedian GARETH REYNOLDS (The Dollop Podcast, Travel Channel, Netflix, Comedy Central) at Club 337 on Tuesday, March 12th, at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are on sale for $25.Gareth Reynolds is an internationally touring stand-up who’s brilliantly clever quips perfectly offset Dave Anthony’s hilarious snark on their smash hit podcast The Dollop which garners over 5 million downloads a month.Originally from the mean streets of Milwaukee, Wi Gareth has worked on all sides of both TV and film. Gareth has written or appeared on New Girl, Arrested Development, I’m Sorry, Hoops, Flaked, You’re The Worst, A Very Harold and Kumar Xmas, and Maron. He has also appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, The Travel Channel, and Netflix.His debut stand-up album Riddled With Disease hit #1 on the Billboard comedy charts. His first special titled ‘England, Weed, and the Rest’ is now available on YouTube.He is the father to a cat named Jose.
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  • Thursday March 14th 08:00PM - Legend's Pub
  • YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic
  • Lafayette Comedy presents YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic.Legends Pub is located at 104 Republic Ave., next to The Grand Theater on Kaliste Saloom Rd.This is a free show. No ticket is needed. Just show up.Comedians who wish to perform should sign up with the hosts by 7:45 p.m.Drinks & food options are available!Free parkingSo you want to be a comedian? Read these tips to help guide you through your first time on stage.1. DON'T RUN THE LIGHT!Generally, each open-mic performer gets 4 to 5 minutes of stage time. When you have 1 minute left, the host will signal you with a light (usually their cell phone light). This means you have 1 minute left. Best practice is to not "run the light" and go past that mark. It throws the pacing of the show-off and is just rude to other performers. When you see the light, acknowledge it with a thumbs up or a nod.2. Know Your MaterialKnow what you will do before you go on stage. Sure, all these pros look like they are just ranting, and some are, but they have many years of experience and generally get on stage with a basic idea of where they are going. Practice your material before you get on stage. Bring notes. Just know what you will do.3. Watch the ShowWatching comedy is just as important as doing it. You get to see how comedians carry themselves on stage and what crowds like and don't like. Applaud. Listen. And don't talk.4. Don’t insult the crowdThere is a difference between crowd work and just being an ass. If you insult the crowd by going over the line, you will be warned. If it continues, you may not be allowed back. We have to answer to venue managers and owners. If it takes away their business it does not look well for us.5. Move the Mic StandMoving it 2-3 feet out of the way makes you look better and removes a distraction. If you choose to leave the mic in the stand, go for it.6. Hold the Mic CorrectlyDon't cup your hand around the mic top. You are not in the Wu-Tang, so no need for that. We want the crowd to hear you clearly, and also, when you cup the mic, it makes trouble for the sound guy.7. Record YourselfSet your phone on the stool and record your set. Listen. Edit. Repeat. It is the best way to determine what works and what doesn't. You don’t need a video crew. Just listen to your set.8. Don't Steal or Do Street JokesDon't steal from comedians. There is no cover band in comedy. Do original material. Don't do bits you found online. Avoid any jokes your Uncle Larry told you. If you can find it online, don't do it.9. Have Fun!Questions?
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  • Saturday March 16th 08:30PM - Club 337
  • Stoned vs Drunk vs Sober - A Stand Up Comedy Show at Club 337 on Saturday, March 16
  • Lafayette Comedy presents "Stoned vs Drunk vs Sober" at Club 337 inside the Doubletree Hotel THE BIGGEST COMEDY SHOW IN LOUISIANA!!!"One of the 9 most unique comedy shows in the nation" - The Laugh ButtonDate: Saturday, March 16thClub 337 inside the Doubletree HotelDoors at 8PM, show at 8:30PMStoned vs Drunk vs Sober is a stand-up comedy competition featuring three teams of comics that try to answer the question, "What if comics got stoned, drunk, or sober and then gave it their best as they perform on the edge?*"Comedians will perform their stand-up sets and the winning team will be voted on by the audience.1 Stage, 3 States of Consciousness - Choose vicely!$15 advance, $20 at the door*altered states are for the purposes of performance* No refunds are given unless the show is canceled or postponed.SHOW RULES:* Cell phones must be set on silent or turned off. Never take a phone call during the show. If it can’t wait, please step outside.* Table Talk must be kept to a minimum. Lafayette Comedy reserves the right to remove loud, talkative patrons. No refunds will be given.* No Flash Photography permitted* No video or audio Recording: Each comedian owns the rights to their own material, however, do NOT.* Do Not Heckle the Comedian: Heckling is interrupting the performance to upstage, disparage, or throw off the comedian. It is never acceptable, and the quickest way to ruin the show for everyone. It is also the quickest way to ejection.* Do Not Interrupt the Comedian: The common excuse for this is “I’m helping the comedian” and “that’s what you’re supposed to do at Comedy Clubs!” Comedians are professionals, they do not need help. Exception: If a comedian directly engages you in conversation, it is ok to respond. Some of the best comedy happens this way and can make for a memorable experience. Be ready to let it go when the bit is over.I don’t recognize the comic’s name, will the show be funny?Yes, all of our acts are professional nationally touring comedians. There are so many talented comedians today; it is impossible for all of them to become household names. That being said, comedy is subjective and we recommend you research the comedian you are coming to see.Unless otherwise stated, please consider all of our shows as “adult subject matter.”No refunds unless the show is canceled or rescheduled.Lafayette Comedy produces stand-up comedy shows around the Acadiana area, featuring local, regional, and national comedians. Lafayette Comedy also produces weekly open-mics, monthly showcases, and special comedy shows.
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  • Thursday March 21st 08:30PM - Legend's Pub
  • Mike Eaton, Matt Bellak, & Kory Smith (open-mic to follow)
  • Lafayette Comedy presents comedians Mike Eaton, Matt Bellak, & Kory Smith at Legend's Pub on Thursday, March 21st at 8:30 p.m.The weekly open mic to follow the show.This is a pay-what-you-wish show! Tips/Donations go to your touring comedians.Mike EatonThe human embodiment of that little dance white girls do when you give them food, Mike Eaton is a lovable oaf and sweaty comedian from Austin, TX. A storyteller at heart with riveting, hilarious tales about that time he almost died or that other time he also almost died - none surprisingly having to do with his own heart - Mike’s comedy feels like old denim. It’s comfortable, loose, relaxed. Yeah, it’s got some wear on it but that’s why you love it. There’s a reason Mike has opened for comedy staples like Tone Bell & Louis CK and been featured on prominent festivals like Skankfest, SXSW, and the Nashville Comedy Festival- and that reason is obviously bribery. When this two time Austin Roast Battle champion is not taste-testing drugs or releasing his own flavor of ice cream (for real), he can be caught perpetually giggling on stages all across Austin, the lonestar state and beyond.Matt BellakMatt Bellak is a nationally touring headliner based in Austin TX. Originally from Chicago, Matt is a gifted comedian that sky rocketed to success. Within 2 years of starting comedy he was already opening for the greatest comics in the world. The likes of Bert Kreischer, Tom Segura, David Spade, and many others. His irreverent style is sure to leave you wanting more. He can be seen on Amazon Prime and touring the country with the Dope City Comedy Tour.Kory SmithWith a decade of laughter under his belt, Kory has cemented his place as one of the stand-up comedy scene’s most vibrant and engaging talents. Bursting onto the scene 10 years ago with a unique blend of humor that resonates with a wide array of audiences, and has since toured the country, bringing smiles and uproarious laughter. Performing at some of the nation’s most esteemed comedy clubs, Including opening for comedy giants like Theo Vaughn and Jay Larson. has consistently proven his ability to connect with audiences, sponsored in part by ChatGPT.
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  • Thursday March 21st 09:00PM - Legend's Pub
  • YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic
  • Lafayette Comedy presents YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic.Legends Pub is located at 104 Republic Ave., next to The Grand Theater on Kaliste Saloom Rd.This is a free show. No ticket is needed. Just show up.Comedians who wish to perform should sign up with the hosts by 7:45 p.m.Drinks & food options are available!Free parkingSo you want to be a comedian? Read these tips to help guide you through your first time on stage.1. DON'T RUN THE LIGHT!Generally, each open-mic performer gets 4 to 5 minutes of stage time. When you have 1 minute left, the host will signal you with a light (usually their cell phone light). This means you have 1 minute left. Best practice is to not "run the light" and go past that mark. It throws the pacing of the show-off and is just rude to other performers. When you see the light, acknowledge it with a thumbs up or a nod.2. Know Your MaterialKnow what you will do before you go on stage. Sure, all these pros look like they are just ranting, and some are, but they have many years of experience and generally get on stage with a basic idea of where they are going. Practice your material before you get on stage. Bring notes. Just know what you will do.3. Watch the ShowWatching comedy is just as important as doing it. You get to see how comedians carry themselves on stage and what crowds like and don't like. Applaud. Listen. And don't talk.4. Don’t insult the crowdThere is a difference between crowd work and just being an ass. If you insult the crowd by going over the line, you will be warned. If it continues, you may not be allowed back. We have to answer to venue managers and owners. If it takes away their business it does not look well for us.5. Move the Mic StandMoving it 2-3 feet out of the way makes you look better and removes a distraction. If you choose to leave the mic in the stand, go for it.6. Hold the Mic CorrectlyDon't cup your hand around the mic top. You are not in the Wu-Tang, so no need for that. We want the crowd to hear you clearly, and also, when you cup the mic, it makes trouble for the sound guy.7. Record YourselfSet your phone on the stool and record your set. Listen. Edit. Repeat. It is the best way to determine what works and what doesn't. You don’t need a video crew. Just listen to your set.8. Don't Steal or Do Street JokesDon't steal from comedians. There is no cover band in comedy. Do original material. Don't do bits you found online. Avoid any jokes your Uncle Larry told you. If you can find it online, don't do it.9. Have Fun!Questions?
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  • Tuesday March 26th 08:00PM - Club 337
  • Steve Hofstetter (ESPN, Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson) at Club 337
  • Lafayette Comedy presents comedian Steve Hofstetter on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, at Club 337 located inside the Doubletree Hotel. Ages 18+Tickets on sale now: $30 General Admission, $40 Reserved Seating (reserved seats in the first three rows), or $140 VIP + meet & greet (see ticket selections descriptions for more details).Hofstetter, who has a whopping 185 million views on YouTube, is also the host of Finding Babe Ruth on FS1. His book (Ginger Kid) is a top 5 pick on Amazon and debuted at number one in its category.Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of Laughs (FOX) and he has been on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and E! True Hollywood Story, Comics Unleashed, Comedy All-Stars, Quite Frankly, White Boyz in the Hood, Countdown, and more.He's been in four movies, and he has had two top 20 comedy albums (including one that hit number 1 on the iTunes comedy charts). He is a former columnist for Sports Illustrated and the NHL and has also written for Maxim and the New York Times, among others.
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  • Thursday March 28th 08:00PM - Legend's Pub
  • YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic
  • Lafayette Comedy presents YEAH, COMEDY! A Standup Comedy Open Mic.Legends Pub is located at 104 Republic Ave., next to The Grand Theater on Kaliste Saloom Rd.This is a free show. No ticket is needed. Just show up.Comedians who wish to perform should sign up with the hosts by 7:45 p.m.Drinks & food options are available!Free parkingSo you want to be a comedian? Read these tips to help guide you through your first time on stage.1. DON'T RUN THE LIGHT!Generally, each open-mic performer gets 4 to 5 minutes of stage time. When you have 1 minute left, the host will signal you with a light (usually their cell phone light). This means you have 1 minute left. Best practice is to not "run the light" and go past that mark. It throws the pacing of the show-off and is just rude to other performers. When you see the light, acknowledge it with a thumbs up or a nod.2. Know Your MaterialKnow what you will do before you go on stage. Sure, all these pros look like they are just ranting, and some are, but they have many years of experience and generally get on stage with a basic idea of where they are going. Practice your material before you get on stage. Bring notes. Just know what you will do.3. Watch the ShowWatching comedy is just as important as doing it. You get to see how comedians carry themselves on stage and what crowds like and don't like. Applaud. Listen. And don't talk.4. Don’t insult the crowdThere is a difference between crowd work and just being an ass. If you insult the crowd by going over the line, you will be warned. If it continues, you may not be allowed back. We have to answer to venue managers and owners. If it takes away their business it does not look well for us.5. Move the Mic StandMoving it 2-3 feet out of the way makes you look better and removes a distraction. If you choose to leave the mic in the stand, go for it.6. Hold the Mic CorrectlyDon't cup your hand around the mic top. You are not in the Wu-Tang, so no need for that. We want the crowd to hear you clearly, and also, when you cup the mic, it makes trouble for the sound guy.7. Record YourselfSet your phone on the stool and record your set. Listen. Edit. Repeat. It is the best way to determine what works and what doesn't. You don’t need a video crew. Just listen to your set.8. Don't Steal or Do Street JokesDon't steal from comedians. There is no cover band in comedy. Do original material. Don't do bits you found online. Avoid any jokes your Uncle Larry told you. If you can find it online, don't do it.9. Have Fun!Questions?
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  • Friday March 29th 08:30PM - Club 337
  • Kerryn Feehan + Aaron Putnam
  • Lafayette Comedy presents Kerryn Feehan & Aaron Putnam on Friday, March 29th at 8:30 p.m. at Club 337 inside the Doubletree Hotel.Tickets are on sale for $25 reserved VIP (first 3 rows) or $20 for general admission.Doors at 8:00 p.m. Show at 8:30 p.m.Kerryn Feehan is an NYC based comic. She’s been featured on Comedy Central, TruTv, TLC, Sirius Xm, Barstool Sports, Slamdance Film Festival, and countless podcasts she did as favors.She performs nightly in NYC, and you can probably see her at The Stand.She has a wildly popular podcast called OnlyFeehans and a cartoon on YouTube called Kerryn Sucks.Aaron Putnam is an American touring stand-up comedian, currently based out of Chicago. You can catch him at his home club, Laugh Factory, as well as many other comedy clubs like Zanies.He is also the founder of Stand Up in Recovery where he brings laughter to drug/ alcohol treatment centers across the country. His comedy is said to be disarmingly funny and vulnerable.Aaron feels blessed to have opened for some of the best comics working today.He also has a Podcast with his lovely wife called The Manchild &The Yogi.
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  • Saturday March 30th 08:30PM - Cité des Arts
  • Neil Rubenstein (Comedy Central, Spike TV) at Cite des Arts
  • Lafayette Comedy and Oof Comedy presents comedian Neil Rubenstein at Cite des Arts on Saturday, March 30th at 8:30PM.Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door the night of the show.Comedian Neil Rubenstein is a burly, tattooed guy who plays against type; kind, and cerebral, but still casually mentions past illegal activities (running a poker room, owning a brothel, etc.) the way one might reference a Renaissance Lit course you took in college.TV & Film AppearancesCasino Cinema (Spike TV)Taking Back Sunday #TAYF10 Live From Starland Ballroom (AXS TV)Threat by Matt Pizzolo (Black Mask Studios)Flight of The Conchords (HBO)Important Things w/ Demetri Martin (Comedy Central)Sopranos (HBO)Girls (HBO)30 Rock (NBC)The Mentalist (CBS)The Blacklist (NBC)Poker Face by Dennis Widmyer (Pet Sematary, Scream TV Series)Comics Watching Comics (Amazon)SHOW RULES:* Cell phones must be set on silent or turned off. Never take a phone call during the show. If it can’t wait, please step outside.* Table Talk must be kept to a minimum. Lafayette Comedy reserves the right to remove loud, talkative patrons. No refunds will be given.* No Flash Photography permitted* No video or audio Recording: Each comedian owns the rights to their own material, however, do NOT.* Do Not Heckle the Comedian: Heckling is interrupting the performance to upstage, disparage, or throw off the comedian. It is never acceptable, and the quickest way to ruin the show for everyone. It is also the quickest way to ejection.* Do Not Interrupt the Comedian: The common excuse for this is “I’m helping the comedian” and “that’s what you’re supposed to do at Comedy Clubs!” Comedians are professionals, they do not need help. Exception: If a comedian directly engages you in conversation, it is ok to respond. Some of the best comedy happens this way and can make for a memorable experience. Be ready to let it go when the bit is over.I don’t recognize the comic’s name, will the show be funny?Yes, all of our acts are professional nationally touring comedians. There are so many talented comedians today; it is impossible for all of them to become household names. That being said, comedy is subjective and we recommend you research the comedian you are coming to see.Unless otherwise stated, please consider all of our shows as “adult subject matter.”No refunds unless the show is canceled or rescheduled.
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