Three Nights Only
In a very short time, Kirk Bogos has become a familiar face on stages at comedy clubs and colleges nationwide. Even though he waited until he was 50 to start doing stand-up, he still has the energy and enthusiasm of a 49 year old.
He enjoys sharing his spin on the 60's and 70's and the pure comedy and irony in everyday life. Kirk's ability to relate to audiences of every age makes his show one that you won't want to miss. It's not for the squeamish, but such is life.
Kirk recently released his first comedy CD, "If You're Happy And You Know It...." which was recorded right here at the Funny Stop.
Learn more about Kirk Bogos by visiting his appropriately named website, KirkBogos.com, then make a reservation to see him live, on stage at the Funny Stop this Tuesday through Thursday nights.
Two Nights Only!
The Funny Stop is proud to bring back another blast from the past.
You may remember Lou Santini from his 11 years on Northeast Ohio radio at "Rock 107, WRQK" or "100.7 WMMS".
Since then, he won the 2011 Detroit Comedy Festival (opening for Bob Saget) as well as the San Diego Comedy Festival back in 2004.
Lou Santini's TV hosting and comedy appearances include weekly appearances on "The Countdown" on "Reelz Channel", with acting and standup comedy performances on "Frank TV", "Playboy TV", and "TV Guide Network".
His second full-length comedy album, "Let's Get Bloated" is available on iTunes and his book, "How to Go from Wedding Hell to Wedding Bells: Your Wedding Shouldn't Need a 'Survival' Guide" is available on Amazon.com!
Santini was one of the writers and co-hosts of the popular web series "1TrackMind". His resume also includes being a spokesman, acting in commercials, and since comedy clubs aren't open during daylight hours... Lou continues to do voiceovers for radio and TV.
For more information about Lou Santini, visit his website at LouSantini.com, then come out and see him during this TWO NIGHT ONLY appearance.
One Night Only!
Chili Challis is a veteran standup comedian of over 20 years.
In that time he's learned a lot about the trade, which is why he's begun tutoring young standup wannabes along with his good friend and fellow comedian Dobie "Mr. Lucky" Maxwell.
Together they've created a seminar called Chilimax, where comic hopefuls learn more than just how to perform, they'll also gain self-improvment, an increased vocabulary and become more creative.
From that description alone the program is well worth whatever they're charging. Along with teaching, Chili has been a staff writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and for the comic strip "Mother Goose & Grimm."
He has also authored two books, "UNZIPPED: The Woody Monologues" which is a funny and revealing look at men's attitudes toward sex and relationships and a slightly artsy and creative but most informative insightful book about the performing and writing of stand up comedy titled "Stand-up comedy with a side of Chili".
Don't miss Chili Challis in just his second headlining appearance at the Funny Stop in nearly 7 years.