#bigchucklefck no. 32 with Louis Katz & Nate Bargatze
October 30, 2012 @ 8 p.m.
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The last big chucklefck of October is a HUGE BIG MASSIVE double headliner extravaganza!
Join Yusuf Ali as he hosts the hottest Tuesday night comedy show in Ohio. Performances by:
SPECIAL DOUBLE HEADLINERS!
SUPER FUCKING INSANE YO!
Tickets for this special event will be $15 night of the show, or as always just $10 online. Doors at 8p show at 9p
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Yusef Ali (Host)
Straight out of the unforgiving streets of cleveland and the boring jobs within it,Yusuf Ali started doing comedy a littlelittle over 3 years ago and hasnt watched a clock since!entertaining crowds of all shapes and sizes along the way!square shaped folks,roundish-types,etc..
Clark Jones (Performer)
Ramon Rivas II (Performer)
Ramon Rivas II is the comedian from Cleveland, OH that you've been hearing about
Louis Katz (Headliner)
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Louis’s comedy career began at the incredibly early age of 9 when as part of a school project he submitted several jokes to “The Tonight Show,” two of which were read on air by Johnny Carson. After graduating from UC Berkeley, he began performing stand-up throughout the Bay Area and quickly made a name for himself. He is now a professional comedian based in New York who can be seen at clubs and colleges across the country.
Louis has performed at the Montreal “Just for Laughs” Comedy Festival, the Atlanta “Laffapalooza” Comedy Festival, the Amsterdam “Toomler International” Comedy Festival and the Vancouver Comedy Festival. He has appeared on NBC’s “Last Call with Carson Daly,” Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham,” Jamie Foxx’s “America’s Funniest Comics,” and HBO’s “Down & Dirty w/Jim Norton.” His half-hour “Comedy Central Presents” special airs in early 2011, coinciding with the release of his debut comedy album, “If These Balls Could Talk,” on Comedy Central Records.
Nate Bargatze (Headliner)My father is a world class magician and I have followed in his footsteps in the entertainment business. So it’s his fault. Now I’m not here to talk about how I have had my own Comedy Central Presents or that I have appeared three times on Conan. Who cares that I performed at Bonnaroo in 2010. Of course I have appeared on CMT multiple times and I do remember winning New York’s Comedy Festival and the Boston Comedy Festival both in 2010. I loved every moment. Yes, I wrote for the Spike’s Video Game Awards, but who hasn’t?