Christie Buchele is an up-and-coming standup comic from Denver, Colorado. Christie has made a name for herself by sharing the heart-wrenching and hilarious realities of being a woman with a disability. Christie has been featured on Viceland’s Flophouse; Hidden America with Jonah Ray; and Laughs on Fox. Christie has performed at the Crom Comedy Festival in Omaha, Nebraska, Denver’s own High Plains Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, and Limestone Comedy Festival. Christie has been described as “brave” for leaving the house in that body. Her comedy has been described as “funny despite what she talks about” and “uncomfortable” by Christie’s mom. She has opened forRead More →

Spark Tabor has been doing comedy for 7 years. His accomplishments include a third-place finish at the Cleveland Comedy Festival Contest and winning the title of The Funniest Person in Columbus at the Funny Bone and Ohio’s Best Amateur Comedian at the Funny Stop in Akron. He also won in back to back years the title of Funniest Person in Cincinnati.   Spark’s been accepted into multiple festivals, including the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta and the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston.   Along with Spark, you’ll Brad Galli and Priscilla Spangler. As always host John Tole, great sushi, and a top-notch staff takingRead More →

Originally from Maine, Jordan Handren-Seavey is a Boston-based comic whose approach integrates both personal storytelling and social commentary. He is the winner of ImprovBoston’s 2015 StandUp ThrowDown and Dick Doherty’s 2014 Beantown Comedy Riots. Jordan has served as comic in residence for The Comedy Studio and was nominated Portland’s Funniest Professional in 2011. He has opened for several noteworthy comedians, including Greg Fitzsimmons, Doug Stanhope, Louis Ramey and many more… You’ll also see Timmi Lasley, Patrick Richardson, and Andres Becerril. Also, host John Tole will keep the show rolling along and the food and drinks are served with delight by our outstanding wait staff. PoweredRead More →

Girls did not like him at all. At the age of 13, he went to McCormick Jr. high school, where he began to make people laugh. He also excelled at basketball and water fights. Brandt was voted Class Clown in ninth grade; he has a picture proving this claim in a yearbook on a shelf in his mother’s garage if you don’t believe him. Girls still could not stand him. At the age of 16, Brandt went to high school at Central High, where he was a two-sport star, playing basketball and soccer. He was often compared to Bo Jackson because he liked to wearRead More →

John Tole is a Los Angeles based stand up comic, writer, broadcaster, podcaster, voice actor, regular actor, philosopher, exorcist, daily communicant and metal head who secretly likes punk better. Go see him live and ask him about Jesus after the show, he loves it. Matt Baca is back to entertain as well. Matt is back in town for a visit from LA and on break from playing a professional hit man or some other fun role. He is a Comedy Works regular as well and sure to entertain. You’ll also see Patrick Richardson making his Highlands Comedy Show debut. He started his comedy career upRead More →