Nightlife | Singles,
Stand Up Comedy
Stand up comedy on Christmas Eve, hell yeah
Starts at 9PM
Jerry Farber's Side Door
3652 Roswell Road
Atlanta, GA 30305
Any toys brought to the show will be donated to Pride for Parents, a program of FCS' Community Economic Development. It seeks to provide quality and affordable gifts and toys to families in the South Atlanta community during the holiday season.
Clayton English is best known for his roles as Peanut on Tyler Perry’s House of Payne as well as Terrence from the film The Preacher’s Kid and Johnathan in Five Days in the A. English started making waves in the comedy business with his stand out performances on BET’s Hell Date and TV ONE’s Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes. His talent is not limited to the big and small screen. His stand-up routine has taken him from Atlanta to London to multiple appearances with MRSOE! in Canada. His performance’s are not to be missed he is truly one of the rising new faces in comedy. Clayton is from Atlanta where his friends know him as the “Prime Minister of Atlantsterdam
Since arriving in New York Danny has performed stand up practically every night and is passed at six clubs including Comic Strip Live, The Stand, Broadway Comedy Club, Laughing Devil Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, and Greenwich Village Comedy Club. In 2012, he was nominated as best comic at the Los Angeles Comedy Festival. He also recently auditioned to perform on the Late Show with David Letterman and for Comedy Central’s Up Next segment of the New York Comedy Festival. 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 town.
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 him quickly thanks to his laid back style and approachability. A talent manager from Cringe Humor recently told him that he has a perspective and voice that is under represented and needed on the NYC comedy scene. In the past couple years he has performed in over 10 festivals: SF Sketchfest, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Boston, NYC’s Laughing Devil, NYC’s Stand Up 360, Atlanta’s Black Box, NYC’s Devil Fest Competition, and Austin’s Out of Bounds. In 2013 he came in first place in his Laughing Devil quarter final show (of 12 comics) and came in 3rd place overall out of 45 comedians selected from across the country.
Coming from a family of comedians, it was only right that Ronndell take the path of being a comic. There’s never a dull moment when it comes to his routine. Unexpected and honest, you can tell this guy is a natural by the way his audience member’s eyes light up after being wowed.
Smith is no novice to the entertainment industry either. Since the tender age of nine he’s performed in plays, county musicals, landed roles in T.V. and commercials. While still an adolescent, Ronndell pursued standup comedy in L.A. Hitting stages at places such as the Laugh Factory where he typically brushed off encounters with actual famous people. No wonder he’s so comfortable when interviewing some of the biggest names in the industry with the company GAFollowers.
Ronndell is what you would call an all-around package and has never been shy of entertaining anyone. Once he was heckled by a belligerent audience member that threatened to come back with an automatic weapon. Smith had the bouncer laughing all the way to the door while escorting the heckler out.
You never know what to expect with this man but he’ll make it worth your while.
Ben is in his fifth year performing stand up comedy. His hobbies include writing books, asking companies dumb questions on Facebook, and appearing on court TV shows.
10.00 General Admission 11.54