Join your favorite comedy club downtown as we bring the amazing John Evans in to entertain you, alongside John Crist and Matt Bachus from Wednesday September 25 – Saturday September 28.
John has taken the comedy world by storm and has entertained audiences all over the world. His intelligent brand of likable sarcasm is both off-beat and hilarious.
He was invited to the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival’s “New Faces” show in 2002 and began to headline comedy clubs across the United States; an appearance on Comedy Central’s ‘Live At Gotham’ followed.
In 2006 and 2007, Evans appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and he is a regular on the syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show. After a move to Los Angeles, John had the unique pleasure of opening up for his comedy idol George Carlin, and he has shared the stage with the likes of Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, and Jeff Dunham, and Mitch Hedberg.
We are very excited to have Bob Zany kicking it with us this week, September 25 – September 28, at our Broad Ripple location with feature act, Zan Aufderheide.
Bob is wry, sarcastic, insulting, lovable, and well… zany. He has been a regular guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and performs more than three hundred nights a year in the best clubs in the country. As if this weren’t enough, his Zany Report is also featured on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Radio Show.
“He simply reaches into a bottomless grab bag of jokes. It’s like watching Magic Johnson lead a fast break–so smooth and effortless that it would be easy to overlook just how much talent and skill is behind the process… He’s also a naturally funny guy, a distinction at a time when stand-up is cluttered with people who aren’t.” – The Los Angeles Times
“Zany has so mastered his craft that it’s become invisible …his improvisational style harks back to Robin Williams. But when art is highly evolved nobody looks like a clone of anybody else, and Zany is nothing but an original.” – Dramalogue
“We at the Weekly do believe that it is Zany’s turn… Bob Zany as big as Tim Allen, Roseanne and Jerry Seinfeld? In our minds, he already is.” – Pasadena Weekly