Upcoming Live Comedy at Somewhere In Augusta.
All shows subject to change without notice. All shows 21 & over with ID
Wednesday, March 12
Mike Speenberg and Blayr Nias Comedy
Celebrating our 5th year as Augusta's only weekly comedy club,
8 p.m, please be seated 7:30 p.m. $8 admission at the door
Must be seated by 7:30 p.m. This is adult comedy at times. Must be 18 to enter. The Comedy Zone has grown from its humble beginnings to become the largest comedy club network in America. A new act every week!
Conceived in the back of a '69 Firebird and raised on hush puppies and fried bologna,
comic Mike Speenberg has taken his own unique brand of generational comedy all over the
country, sharing the stage with other comedic greats like Mitch Hedberg, Lewis Black,
Dave Attell, and Bob Saget.
Fueled by stories of home and family, love of country, and being drunk in public, Speenberg's comedy hits home with everyone of us who have lived through
crazy step-parents, above ground pool parties, and square pizza with canned corn.
In the past 15 years Comedian Mike Speenberg has performed on four different continents and shared the stage with everyone from Robin Williams to Ron White. He's entertained everyone from US Diplomats to professional athletes and been featured on everything from CNN to HBO's Comedy Festival. Mike is also available for any size company, group, or organization in need of a CLEVER, and THOUGHT PROVOKING entertainer for every kind of function.
Mike has also recently become ordained online at the Universal Life Church so, he can host your wedding or bury your cat.
Wednesday, March 19
Paul Hooper and William Sloan Comedy
Augusta's only live comedy club featuring the Comedy Zone
8 p.m. -- please be seated by 7:30 p.m. $8 admission at the door
This is adult comedy at times. Must be 18 to enter. The Comedy Zone has grown from its humble beginnings to become the largest comedy club network in America. A new act every week!
Paul Hooper hits the stage with thought provoking, politically incorrect comedy that slams society and himself with absolute irreverence. An only child with OCD, Hooper channels his dysfunction into a cathartic harangue. He has an undeniable likability, and this young comic plays it to the hilt as he rants non-stop through his routine, winning over any judgmental people who could be shocked by his outrageous take on life. This native of Charlotte, North Carolina, now residing in NYC, has been featured at the HBO Comedy Festival in Vegas, the Boston Comedy Festival, Michael Moore and Jeff Garlin’s Traverse City Comedy Arts Festival, the Vancouver Comedy Fest and was a finalist in the 30th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition.
William Sloan, a North Carolina native now residing in Tampa, has worked with some of the best in the business. Paul Mooney, Dave Attell, D.L.Hughley, and Jim Breuer, just to name a few. Coming from a family of funny people, Sloan has always been able to make people laugh.
His comedy covers a wide range of topics,from personal experiences to whats happening in the world today. Sloan's versatility and stage presence is unmatched, with comedic timing that sometimes has punchline coming well after the joke has finished. Sloan is also an artist,specializing in such media as airbrush, acrylic, oil, and pen and ink.
Writing jokes and making people laugh is his passion. His show is guaranteed to have your side hurting from laughter.
Wednesday, March 26
Jim Holder and Roger Keiss Comedy
Augusta's only weekly comedy club!
Must be seated by 7:30 p.m. Show starts at 8 p.m $8 admission at the door
Adult comedy at times. Must be 18 to enter. The Comedy Zone has grown from its humble beginnings to become the largest comedy club network in America. New acts every week.
Jim Holder is an 18-year veteran of stand-up comedy who has headlined comedy clubs from coast-to-coast. Jim started his career at The Comedy Workshop in Houston, Texas, home of the "Texas Outlaw Comics" such as Sam Kinison? and Bill Hicks?.
"Bill Hicks was the first non-famous comic I ever saw live and it changed the way I thought about comedy forever! The Outlaw Comics didn't look like comedians I saw on TV. These guys owned the stage like rock stars! You never knew what was going to happen next!"
From those early influences, Jim developed the passion for stand-up comedy that he carries today. With an attitude aimed at making people laugh uncontrollably, Jim strikes incredibly close to home with his cynical descriptions of everyday subjects. His comedy is sometimes silly and hard-hitting, often spontaneous and interactive, but always funny. The question Jim receives most often after his show is "When are you coming back?"
Comedian Roger Keiss has been bringing laughter to audiences since 1987. He has written and performed for numerous corporate, college, and comedy club clients throughout the United States as well as Canada, Mexico, and the West Indies. Since being named a finalist in Showtime’s “Funniest Person in America” contest, Keiss has made national television appearances on both Showtime and TNN. In addition to his live performances, he is an avid comedy writer and has contributed to Jay Leno’s Tonight Show monologue as well as the national syndicated cartoon Lucky Angler and the comic strip Noogie Elementary