Fri Aug 31st 930pm Velveeta

Friday, August 31st

9:30 pm at The Velveeta Room

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Kat Radley

Los Angeles, Ca

Kat was a finalist in Rooftop Comedy's College Competition, where the public voted her into the Final Four, landing her a spot in the 2008 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival. Since then she has performed in the 2010 World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, on Tom Arnold's Laughing with the Stars at the Laugh Factory, and at clubs and colleges across the country. She won second place in the "Funniest Comic in SoCal Contest" at the Jon Lovitz Club and last spring, Kat got the attention of media and audience alike at the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston where she took home the 2011 Friars Club Audience Award. She also performed in the 2011 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin and the 2011 Laugh Track Festival in Denver. She was just recently a finalist in the 2012 Magners Comedy Festival.

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Paul Oddo


Paul Oddo (Oh-Dough) has been performing and obsessively creating his original style of comedy for nearly a decade. His voice and perspective are uniquely his own, making him difficult to compare to other comedians.

Through his practice & study of Stand up, Improv and Sketch comedy his stage presence is both methodical and fluid. Each of his shows are different, and have a certain "had to be there" element that makes them especially fun and memorable. Paul claims that his ultimate goal is to, "make the audience feel like we're old friends, finding the laughs together, as though we're at a great party". Paul has appeared in the New York and Boston Comedy Festivals.

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Alli Breen


Alli Breen is a stand-up comic who grew up on the east coast. Having grown up with divorced parents and a Cambodian foster sister, she has a unique take on family life and society in general. Her comedy ranges from stories about her personal life, to those of sports, travel and pop culture. You'll either love her or love to hate her, but will leave wanting more!

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Calvin Cato

New York Cuty

Calvin S. Cato got his comedic start in 2006 with the Wesleyan University stand-up comedy troupe Punchline, then transferred his unique brand of humor to New York City. He's performed in comedy clubs, off-Broadway theatres, coffee houses, the backs of bars, and even a beauty salon. He was a featured contestant on the Game Show Network, showcased on QPTV, performed on the critically acclaimed Naked Comedy Show, and produced a unemployment/recession-themed comedy show at Comix Comedy Club that ran for 1 1/2 years. He has also been favorably reviewed in The Examiner and Inside New York. In 2011, he was a featured act in the North Carolina Comedy Arts festival and was a warm-up comic for the 1st Annual Funny Girls in Film Festival.

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Danny Palmer

Cleveland, OH

Danny looks like the typical corn fed boy from the Midwest yet his style and material have a distinct and unique edge. Audiences feel at ease with Danny quickly thanks to his laid back style and approachability.

He consistently receives enthusiastic feedback about his ability to spontaneously interact with audiences and is frequently asked to emcee stand up shows at clubs around New York City.

He has appeared in the 2012 New Orleans Comedy Festival, late night shows at Comic Strip Live, and will soon be performing at the Catch a Rising Star comedy clubs.

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Jonathan Pace


Jonathan W. Pace tries to write clever jokes. More often than not, he succeeds (or at least in the event that an attempt is unsuccessful, that joke will quietly die, while the good ones float to the top, much like..., um, like -- nevermind, can't think of a simile that's not disgusting).

Jonathan prides himself on not underestimating the intelligence of the audience (H. L. Mencken be damned!), but this isn't comedy for elitists either. If you hear a joke too heady for your tastes, the next is bound to be silly or absurd. By the end of the performance, you'll come away a better person for the experience, or at least a drunker person.

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