October 21st - October 27th

landry featuring Carmen Morales

Born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario (Canada for those of you who don't feel like pulling out an atlas) Landry first hit the stage in 2006, and has been on the fast track ever since. His charismatic style is kind of what you'd get if you mixed Charlie Chaplin with somebody who spoke; it would be just as physical, but in color. Rumors swirl that Landry once made an elderly woman laugh so hard she spontaneously combusted. It's not verified, but it has been said that she later returned as a phoenix carrying baked goods. Rumors aside, Landry is downright hilarious and you're sure to have a good time once you see what he does on stage. Not just restricted to his Canadian roots, Landry has also made a dent in the American comedy scene. He recently was an Atlanta finalist for NBC's Stand Up For Diversity Showcase, and in 2008, just two short years after starting, he earned a spot on TVONE's hit show "Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes?". Additionally, Landry has been heard on XM Satellite Radio and was the first winner of the Punchline Comedy Club's "64 Comedian Super Comedy Competition", as well as winning "The Boston Comedy Festival" in 2011 and The World Series of Comedy in 2012. Keep your eyes open and your ear to the ground, because Landry is coming!


Featuring Carmen Morales

Carmen Morales has a captivating style which incorporates opinionated quick wit and outlandish characters. Taking from family, friends and people from everyday encounters she transforms into these characters seamlessly, then adds hilarious commentary which leaves the audience doubled over in laughter. With a perfect combination of like-ability and vulnerability she has been well received by audiences internationally. She's been seen on two seasons of the tv show "Laughs" on Fox and heard on Sirius XM radio in the U.S. and Canada. She's also been featured in Gilda's LaughFest Comedy Festival, the World Series of Comedy, Scruffy City Comedy Festival, Women of Comedy Festival, in the New York Times and has produced her own traveling comedy show, The 'Not Your Average Broads of Comedy' as well as performed in comedy clubs, colleges, strip malls, indie shows, dive bars, towns no one has ever heard of and military bases across the country.