Great comedy is born in L.A.... but Parties nightly in Las Vegas

This week

SEPTEMBER 9TH - SEPTEMBER 15TH
CORY MICHAELIS FEATURING STEVE GILLESPIE

Cory Michaelis has opened for Louie Anderson whose mentorship helped him record his squeaky-clean comedy special “Bad Teacher” in Provo, Utah for DryBarComedy.com and has garnered more than 25 million views online. Additionally, his first album “The Collage Dropout” – which isn’t so squeaky clean – was released on 800 Pound Gorilla Records and debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy chart and #2 on the Billboard comedy chart. Cory is a regular headliner in all of the clubs in the Pacific Northwest, opener at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and has headlined many fine and not-so-fine comedy clubs, casinos, colleges, and weird bars all over the country. He’s been invited to numerous, notable comedy festivals including being a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and a headliner of the Idaho Laugh Fest in Boise. Most recently, Cory was on Season One of the Netflix hit “Huge in France” starring Gad Almaleh and has performed internationally in Karachi, Pakistan and Dubai.

Featuring Steve Gillespie.

NExt week

september 16th - september 22nd
jay reid featuring phil cummings

Since age 19, Las Vegas native Jay Reid has been entertaining audiences in small clubs throughout his hometown and has since appeared in comedy venues from Los Angeles to Iraq. Reid’s first big break came when he was chosen to be a contestant on BET’s Coming to the Stage comedy competition, where he went head-to-head in a weekly comedic battle against other rising comedians. As a result of the show and his talent, Reid quickly began garnering attention and booking performances at notable comedy clubs such as the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. The popular funnyman was featured in the blockbuster movie 21 starring Kevin Spacey and can be seen on Bill Bellamy’s Ladies Night Out on Showtime and currently travels the country with Bill Bellamy on the hot-ticket tour.

Featuring Phil "Skratch" Cummings

Samuel J Comroe

Residency, featuring special guests, mondays-wednesdays 6pm nightly

Samuel J. Comroe, a Los Angeles native, is a stand-up comedian who performs at over 100 clubs and colleges annually. He made his TV debut on TBS’ Conan and has appeared on BET’s "Real Husbands of Hollywood" with Kevin Hart. In addition to his TV appearances Sam was recently featured on All Def Digital’s Comedy Originals. He is also the winner of Ricky Gervais’ Comedy Competition, The San Francisco Comedy Competition, and has over 45,000 subscribers on his Youtube Channel. His comedy is made up of the trials and tribulations of living with Tourette Syndrome since being diagnosed at age six and observational material based on his life experiences. Most recently, he finished in 4th place on Season 13 of "America's Got Talent" on NBC.

redneck comedy magic

redneck comedy magic starring James michael and featuring bobby Wayne stauts

Comedy Magician: one of the unique magic shows along the strip. The James Michael Redneck Comedy Magic Show is a haliriously good time. He combines his halirious antics with the wonderment of modern magic that provides you with an amazing show each and every time. 
With something for everyone, the Redneck Comedy Magic Show in Las Vegas is an amazing performance that encourages audience participation. Whether you are interested in the funny side of the comedy show, or the wonder of magic, one thing is clear; James Michael knows how to put on one heck of a show. 

Butch bradley

Butch Bradley & friends
10:00 p.m. nightly fridays-tuesdays
featuring special guests

Butch Bradley is one of the most popular stand-up comics on today's comedy circuit. A veteran of The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Tropicana Comedy Stop, The Comedy Connection, and Comic Strip NYC, Butch's extensive experience has earned him opening spots for comics such as Ray Romano, Lewis Black, and Cathy Ladman. Butch was also a featured comic at the 2001 Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. He now is the resident 10PM comedian, Fridays-Tuesdays at the L.A. Comedy Club inside The Strat Vegas.

Butch Bradley is an energetic young comedian who hails from Atlantic City. With his constant manic energy, Butch Bradley doesn't just warm-up an audience he sets them on fire. Butch started his comedy career as a founding member of the Boston Improv troupe The ID, headlining at the national improv festival in Minneapolis. Increasing attention spurred his solo stand-up career, and Butch now works all over the country! Bradley's dynamic upbeat humor and fast witted improv make him popular and keep his audience howling for more. Additionally, Butch has appeared on numerous television programs including The Martin Short Show, VH1's The List, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, HBO and Comedy Central. Butch can be seen in the documentary film "Open Mic" starring Richard Jeni, Dave Chappelle, Tony Rock, and Shawn Wayans. Most recently, Butch performed on the USO Tour in Afghanistan and Iraq supporting our troops. 

Marsha Warfield

the Marsha warfield experience starring Marsha warfield & featuring Steven Roberts & Skillz Hudson

After an overlong period of retirement, Marsha is back for “revenge,” tackling issues including politics, being black, coming out as a gay woman, and her affair with pizza.  

Marsha lives in Las Vegas where she performs her show, The Marsha Warfield Experience, at L.A. Comedy Club at the Stratosphere Casino & Hotel.

Marsha Warfield is best known for her 1986–92 role of the tough, no-nonsense bailiff Roz Russell on the NBC sitcom “Night Court.” She also starred in the sitcom “Empty Nest” as Dr. Maxine Douglas, and as a performer on “The Richard Pryor Show.”  She’s has appeared on shows like “Soul Train,” “The Arsenio Hall Show,” “The Tonight Show,” and even had a talk show of her own, appropriately titled “The Marsha Warfield Show.”  She’s opened for acts like Esther Phillips, George Duke, Teddy Pendergrass, The O’Jays and George Carlin, has been nominated for NAACP Image and Soul Train Awards, and was featured in the Gladys Knight video, “Men.”  Her guest appearances include “Cybill,” “The John Larroquette Show,” “Veronica’s Closet,” “Moesha,” “Living Single, “In Living Color,” “Smart Guy,” “Clueless,” “Cheers,” “Saved By The Bell,” and more.