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June 16-18: Tommy Johnagin

*Special Engagement*
You’ve seen Tommy numerous times on the Late Show with David Letterman, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, CMT’s Comedy Stage, and of course Last Comic Standing where he he finished 2nd in 2010. He’s also has his own 1/2 hour special on Comedy Central that re-airs regularly. Tommy Johnagin is one of the most requested comics across America.

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May 25-29: Mark Sweeney

He’s performed on HBO, Comedy Central, “Night Shift” with Kevin Ferguson and a regular on the Bob And Tom Show. He’s hilariously out of control. Growing up in a large family, Sweeney realized early on that his humor got him a lot of attention. A jack of all trades, this sarcastic and silly comedian has served as a bus boy, construction worker, real estate agent, copier repairman and even in the Marines.

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April 13-17: Sean Donnelly

Sean has appeared on MTV’s World of Jenks and The Late Show with David Letterman. He co-hosts the podcast My Dumb Friends with fellow comedian Dan St. Germain, soon to be broadcast on Comedy Central Sirius, and hosts a weekly show at Alligator Lounge in Brooklyn. Sean can be seen regularly on the TruTV series World’s Dumbest and on the forthcoming season of Adam Devine’s House Party on Comedy Central.

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March 2: Josh Arnold

Josh Arnold combines intelligence with silliness in an original, honest, and often self-deprecating manner. His sharp and unique insight provides a hilarious, occasionally absurd perspective that makes him a favorite of audiences and fellow comics alike. Josh is a “new favorite” on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Show and was named St. Louis’ Best Male Comic by The Riverfront Times in 2011.

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February 24: Dan O’Sullivan

He’s spanned the United States waxing hysterical on relationship woes, mens’ need for space and the lack of understanding between men and women. Sullivan’s appeared on HBO, Showtime, and, yes, even corporate training films.

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February 21: Rob Durham

Rob has built an act that he prides on originality and his unique point of view. He has been praised by many of the business’s big names whom he has worked with. From Bob Saget calling him “Freaking Hilarious” to Louie Anderson’s written claim of “Very Funny!”, his material is respected by all who hear it. Rob’s innocent look helps him vent about his other career as an English teacher, his horrible dating history, his wonderfully spunky wife, and other near death experiences.

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February 17: Rob Durham

Rob has built an act that he prides on originality and his unique point of view. He has been praised by many of the business’s big names whom he has worked with. From Bob Saget calling him “Freaking Hilarious” to Louie Anderson’s written claim of “Very Funny!”, his material is respected by all who hear it. Rob’s innocent look helps him vent about his other career as an English teacher, his horrible dating history, his wonderfully spunky wife, and other near death experiences.

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Open Mic Night

Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians as well as aspiring comics. Open mic night is a a weekly pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts that all add up to be both surprisingly funny.

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Open Mic Night

Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians as well as aspiring comics. Open mic night is a a weekly pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts that all add up to be both surprisingly funny.

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March 30 – April 4: Vince Morris

Always speaking from his heart, Vince is dangerously funny. With his diverse style, and original material, Vince appeals to audiences from all walks of life. Vince’s unique ability to “switch gears,” allows his comedy to go from dirty to squeaky clean, from personal to improvisational, from thought provoking to just down right silly. No stranger to television, Vince has appeared on B.E.T.’s Comic View, H.B.O’s Def Comedy Jam, CBS’ Late Late Show, Comics Unleashed W/Byron Allen, and his own Half Hour Comedy Central Special just to name a few.

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