Drew Jacobs has performed his comedy and music in clubs and festivals across the country. His award-winning songs have been heard on satellite and terrestrial radio since the ‘80s.
Jerry Dymond has been performing standup in the Capital District and New York for years. He is everyman, and everyman is he.
Mikael Gregg started his career in standup in Houston, Texas, in the ‘80s and has worked with Kevin James, Rodney Dangerfield and Bill Hicks, to name just a few. Mikael is also a doctor, so his views on health, family and people in general will keep you in stitches.
Ed Smyth is a unique and effervescent comic who serves up a silly string of brain-twisty topics as diverse as single-cell balloon animals, warped French history, Wally the Happy Talking Neutrino, confused sock puppets, Led Zeppelin on kazoo and the prehistoric “Dawn of Standup Comedy.”
Steve Rinaldi appears regularly at The Funny Bone in Albany and has performed at The Laugh Factory and Zanies in Chicago, as well as in comedy clubs in his native Philadelphia.