Friday, September 2nd

8pm @ The Velveeta Room This venue is cash only. Pay once, stay as long as you want


Maggie Maye

Maggie Maye uses her charm, wit and backhanded form of observational humour to make you laugh and think.

Maggie Maye has always loved and had a knack for making people laugh. An actress and writer since childhood, she finally decided to try what people suggested she do for her whole life- stand up comedy.

From her first time on stage, Maggie knew she was in love. Since then, Maggie has been called "one of the hottest up and coming comics in Austin." She has had the opportunity to work with some comedic heavy hitters, such as Felicia Michaels, Rachel Feinstein and the legendary Paul Mooney, who not only told her she was funny, but gave her the nickname "Black Barbie."

She's also been a featured performer at the Women in Comedy Festival, the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, as well as the Ladies are Funny Festival.

Previous Festival Appearances:

-Women in Comedy Festival (Boston, MA; 2011)
-Ladies are Funny Festival (Austin, Tx; 2010 & 2011)
-Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin, Tx; 2010)
-Funniest Person in Austin Finalist (2010)
-Funniest Person in South Texas Finalist (2011)


Ryan Dalton

The culmination of Ryan Dalton's comedy comes from his life experiences as a resident of Cleveland, Ohio. The subjects covered in has act will be race, marriage, paranoia, fairness, and social injustice. All of these topics will be heavily marinated in silliness with a sarcasm glaze!

Ryan's standup has led him to regular appearances in the country's best comedy clubs. Ryan is a regular on the nationally syndicated, "Bob and Tom Radio Show" , and he was featured as one of "Myspace.com's Featured Comedians." Ryan made his television debut on the third season of Comedy Central's  "LIVE AT GOTHAM" and he recently returned from his first USO tour of Qatar and Afghanistan.


George Gordon

George Gordon is a comic who likes talk about bands and his obsession with the movie 'Alien.'

George Peyton Gordon III (yes that is his real name) is a comedian from Dale City, VA, (or as he likes to call it, the great state of Virginia). He currently lives in New York City where you can see his stand-up almost every night, then argue with him about things like which is the better Weezer album-Pinkerton or Blue (definitely Pinkerton)-or why 'Alien' is better than 'Alien's (because it just is). He has been in the New York Underground Comedy Festival and his writing has been included in the blog Rock Bottom. (Read it.) He has an unhealthy obsession with using parentheses.


David McQuary

David McQuary is a 21-year-old standup comic from Austin, Texas. He is the editor-in-chief of the Texas Travesty (collegiate fake news source), and is a two-time finalist in the Funniest Person in Austin Contest. Every now and then he'll sing you a song or do his Paula Poundstone impression. He really wants you to like him.


Bryan Gutmann

Bryan Gutmann is an Austin, Texas comedian who has been gaining national attention since he began performing seven years ago. While attending college he began hitting open mics and quickly established himself within the local comedy scene. His brand of quiet, insightful, and often light hearted comedy eventually gained not only local recognition, but also national recognition when he was asked to perform on Comedy Central's 'Live At Gotham' in 2007. Since then, Bryan has won the prestigious Funniest Person in Austin contest, and has opened for such names as Doug Benson, Marc Maron, Dave Attell and Norm MacDonald. Most recently, Bryan was a part of the famous "Just for Laughs" Festival in Montreal.