Billy has been seen doing comedy on NBC, ABC, Showtime and A&E. His career as an actor has covered a wide range of appearances from ABC’s Phenom and America’s Funniest People, NBC’s Saved by the Bell and California Dreams, as well as Showtime’s Sherman Oaks. In 2017, In Honor of Jack written and starring both Billy and Bill Rutkoski was an official selection in the Manhattan Film Festival as well as the NYC Indie Film Festival.
This high-energy comedy smash starring two-time “Comedy Magician of the Year!”, Chipper Lowell, has been garnering rave reviews by critics and audiences alike over the past nine years! The manic, red-headed comedian blends funny stand-up, original and visual magic, bizarre juggling stunts, jaw-dropping mentalism, music, and more into his award-winning, one-man show, perfect for all ages – from 9 to 99!
With numerous television appearances under his belt, Darrell’s hilarious and fast-paced style of comedy whips audiences into a frenzy. His quick wit and social commentary, once dubbed “Theater of the Mind”, is one of the most entertaining shows in comedy today. Audiences worldwide agree!
Gary DeLena is a triple-threat showman…A singing impressionist, an accomplished musician and a comedian. His show mixes musical parodies, good-natured clowning and the ability to befriend the room by simply chatting. Gary’s musical career had taken him on global tours, sharing the bill with acts like Kenny Rogers, Tom Jones, Frankie Valli, Heart, Chicago, Huey Lewis and the News, Olivia Newton-John and Melissa Manchester.
Greg Morton had only two choices in schoolyard conflicts. Learn the ways of the force, or use his wit to diffuse situations. That wit would soon lead to winning first prize in the, ‘So You Think You’re Funny Contest’ and the beginning of his stand-up comedy career. He was no longer the shy introverted kid, drawing cartoons in the corner. He had finally found his voice. A voice he would later use to direct and voice over twenty Saturday Morning cartoons.
Jeff has the rare capacity to captivate a crowd within seconds, mesmerizing them with his signature blend of characters, impressions, and sarcastic wit. Television appearances include Comedy Central, Star Search, and the MDA Telethon. Jerry Lewis says, "He's one of the craziest people I've ever seen."
Jessica Kirson is a powerhouse on stage. Jessica’s act is a hilariously relatable performance of sheer silliness, vulnerability and ridiculous characters. Her countless comedic character videos have racked up over 50 million views on social media. Her audience is multigenerational creating an excuse for large groups of friends and families to spend a night out together. In an era where only 10% of all touring comedians are female, Jessica stands out as one of the strongest comedians regardless of gender. As her friend Dave Attell says, “I’d hate to follow her.”
The new and improved Julia has been described by colleagues and press as, among other things, “a force of nature”, and “a comedy chainsaw flying through the room”. As Julia says, her comedy always has to be “fearless and honest”, and America can feel both in her performances. Simon Cowell said that “you genuinely made me laugh” as she introduced herself to a national audience on Season 11 of America’s Got Talent. She was the first transgender comedian to appear on national television and was a quarter-finalist on the show.
David Brenner says, “Even if you can’t spell Karen Rontowski, you’d better remember it, because she is GREAT!” Ms. Rontowski describes herself as having an optimistic outlook; everything is coming up roses when you talk to Karen. So what if her therapist says she’s in complete denial. The truth is, when it comes to her standup comedy career, everything is coming up roses, or at least laughter.
For over 25 years, ventriloquist comedienne Lynn Trefzger has given life to a trunk full of comical characters. Audiences are treated to Lynn’s vocal illusion talents, when they meet a drunken but lovable camel, a cantankerous old man, a feisty
little girl, and you may even see some other audience members who are brought up to the stage for the action!
A veteran in the world of stand up, Maryellen Hooper’s comedy has taken her from clubs and colleges to theaters and television. She’s appeared on “The Dennis Miller Show”, “The Martin Short Show”, “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno and has had her own ½ hour special on Comedy Central called “Lounge Lizards”. In 1998, the comedy industry awarded Maryellen “Female Comedian of the Year” at the American Comedy Awards.
Arguably one of the hardest working women in comedy today, Tammy Pescatelli brings brassy sexiness with female voice of witty sarcasm to her audiences, holding her own on the topics of sports, television, dating and family life using tongue-in-cheek humor. She is one of the only female comedians who is relatable to every audience member - male and female. After seeing her perform, nearly everyone wishes she was their best friend or sister!
If laughter is the best medicine, prepare to be heavily medicated. Tom Cotter's high energy, rapid-fire style of comedy leaves audiences clutching their sides and rolling in the aisles. Recently, Tom became the first comedian to ever reach the finals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. His runner up finish on the show has catapulted him to the comedic stratosphere.
Tom's new one man show is aptly called " You want me to go where"? and it is the story of his last eighteen years at sea. A story that includes having his appendix removed in Hiraklion, Crete, being shot at by Somalian pirates, sailing on ships that ran aground, sailed through a hurricane, hit by a whale, and much much more!