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Laugh
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Laughter is the best medicine, unless you have the flu, then you might want to try penicillin. Laughter is also a pretty good date night event, especially when paired with alcohol. Sure, you could take the cheap route and take your date back to your place for some Comedy Central and Keystone Light.

However, nothing can really beat LIVE comedy. In a club. With other people. Because there’s always that X factor. Who knows when a Tracy Morgan or Michael Richards is going to go off the deep end? Who knows if the comedian is going to pick on the couple next to you? Nobody knows, but the one thing you do know is that if you want to catch some of the funniest, trendiest, up-and-coming comics LIVE, then you gotta go to Laugh.

Tucked in next door to Lucca Grill, Laugh’s unassuming entry way gives way to a room adorned with photos of famous comedians and old records of comedians like Billy Crystal and Bill Cosby.

And, of course, a microphone.

You’ll find lots of famous (and soon-to-be-famous) names gracing the stage of Laugh. Check out some of these upcoming acts:

September 28-October 1

Auggie Smith - At the age of 19, Auggie Smith moved from Billings, Montana to Portland, Oregon to pursue a carreer in stand up comedy. After a few years of toil and struggle, he first achieved acclaim by winning the 1994 Sam Adams Comedy Contest, who’s prizes earned him his first national exposure on the television show Evening At the Improv. Auggie truly found his comedy voice in 1997, when he placed second in the Seattle Comedy Competition to legendary comic Mitch Hedberg. This earned him an invitation to the 1998 Montreal Comedy Festival, where he performed a remarkable 12 shows, including New Faces, Danger Zone and The Nasty Show.

October 5-8

James Johann - James Johann, the "Rural Genius", was born in the Midwest during the 70's era of bell-bottom jeans, wood paneled station wagons and disco music. His childhood upbringing was significantly influenced by country music, countless bad haircuts and heavy doses of Catholic school. In 1991, after being fired from several `McJobs,' James began his standup career in Kansas City. But don't let James' boyish appearance fool you; he's a nineteen year veteran of the stand-up comedy circuit. His self-deprecating sense of humor and high-energy style all come together to create a unique onstage persona. James relies more on his brain than the profane, and his comedy often hits upon the universal theme of failure, and provides a truthful and hilarious reflection of life as he sees it.

October 12-15

Ian Gutoskie - Ian can best be described as a freight train hitting the stage. This wonderfully insane, lovable giant uses his 6'7" frame to guide you through his experiences getting older, skydiving, his four dogs, and the ritual of the girls night out. You've seen Ian on CBS and FOX.

October 19-22

Dave Landau - Dave is a stand up comic who originates from Detroit, MI and uses fast-paced delivery, sharp jokes, and a strong improv background to destroy crowds. He's opened large theater shows for Dave Chappelle, Dennis Miller, Steven Wright, and tours a lot with Henry Cho. Dave has appeared on Comedy Central's: "Live at Gotham" and TBS's: "Comedy Festival", along with being a frequent visitor on Bob and Tom Radio. Recently, Dave has appeared on Last Comic Standing, Byron Allens Comedy TV, and HBO's Las Vegas Comedy Festival.

October 26-29

Pedro Lima - Based out of Orlando, Florida, Pedro brings you his comedic perspective in a low key, sarcastic style. Pedro takes the audience on his overwhelming journey of marriage, kids, growing up Hispanic and anything that might pop into his head at that moments notice.

November 2-5

John Roy - John began his professional career at the famous Zanies Comedy Club on Wells St. in Chicago's Old Town. He went on to tour the country's best clubs, including the Laugh Stop in Houston, and the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, where John became a regular perfomer in 2002. In 2003, he appeared on the CBS television show, "Star Search," and was its first champion, earning 100,000 dollars and a development deal with CBS.

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Laughter is the best medicine, unless you have the flu, then you might want to try penicillin. Laughter is also a pretty good date night event, especially when paired with alcohol. Sure, you could take the cheap route and take your date back to your place for some Comedy Central and Keystone Light.

However, nothing can really beat LIVE comedy. In a club. With other people. Because there’s always that X factor. Who knows when a Tracy Morgan or Michael Richards is going to go off the deep end? Who knows if the comedian is going to pick on the couple next to you? Nobody knows, but the one thing you do know is that if you want to catch some of the funniest, trendiest, up-and-coming comics LIVE, then you gotta go to Laugh.

Tucked in next door to Lucca Grill, Laugh’s unassuming entry way gives way to a room adorned with photos of famous comedians and old records of comedians like Billy Crystal and Bill Cosby.

And, of course, a microphone.

You’ll find lots of famous (and soon-to-be-famous) names gracing the stage of Laugh. Check out some of these upcoming acts:

June 30—One night only

Patrick Garrity—Patrick is a d warrior who has logged more than 120k mils on the road in the past two years. A personal favorite of the owners, Pat is from Florida and has been on FOX with Earle Vaughn and MC Shawn Banks.

July 7 – 9

Jeremy Essig—Self described as over-educated and under-employed, Jeremy has developed an act best described as “Intelligent Cynicism.” The act is a mixture of stories stemming from Essig’s real-life experiences mixed with social and pop culture commentary. Essig has appeared multiple times on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Show as well as released three CD’s which have received airplay on XM/Sirius Radio. He also appeared in the 2003 Boston Comedy Festival and was featured in St. Louis Magazine as a comic to watch.

July 14 -16

Andi Smith-- Andi Smith is a combination of the girl next-door and the girl that hates the girl next-door, Andi Smith is truly a new voice in stand-up. Andi was featured in the 2007 and 2008 season of “Last Comic Standing,” and on Comedy Central’s “Live At Gotham.” Andi has also released a comedy CD, “Homeperm” which was one of the Top 10 Comedy Albums of 2008 by Punchline Magazine.

July 21-23

Al Jackson—It’s a long way from public school teacher to comic, but along the way Al Jackson learned to deliver his edgy, hard-nosed comedy with a laid-back swagger and a giant smile. Jackson has had multiple appearances on NBC's "Last Comic Standing." His gig on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" led to a segment on Comedy Central's "Friday Night Stand-Up." Al's other television appearances include MTV's "MVP's," a recurring role on "F'N MTV" for the MTV Network as well as a return to NBC on "Last Comic Standing" which included a dedicated five-minute profile segment. Al has been heavily featured on XM Radio Comedy Channel 150 since 2006, is a regular guest on the syndicated "Cooper Lawrence Show" and in the spring of 2009 made his debut on the "Opie and Anthony Show" on XM Radio making him part of an elite group of comics invited to sit on the live syndicated program. He has also won "The Maxim Magazine Real Men of Comedy" contest, as well as reaching the finals of the Boston Comedy Festival. He went on to receive rave reviews for his 2006 performance at the HBO Las Vegas Comedy Festival and in 2009 appeared at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, Canada.
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