Fri, Mar 26th @ 9:30pm - Mark Matusof, Jerry Carroll and MORE to be announced!
Mark Ma-tu-sof (ma-tu-sof) n. 1. A comedian based in Washington D.C. who has been described in the press as: "funny without being vulgar or nasty" and "going the smarter, hipper direction to the joke".
2. Natural habitat: Clubs, colleges, corporate events, country clubs, and cruise ships. Sightings include: "Night Shift", CNBC's America's Talking Network, XM Satellite Radio and the nationally syndicated "Bob and Tom" radio show. Opening act for a CBS David Copperfield special.
3. Diet: Material ranging from his immigrant family to the aggravations of modern life, current events and the fragility of the male ego. A little music tossed for dessert!
- Syn. 1. One who misuses the mandolin for fun and/or profit.
[Prob. Slavic - Former aerospace engineer fast becoming a favorite entertainer across North America from Las Vegas to the Bahamas. His comedy is clever, thoughtful, and most importantly, hilarious!
Jerry Carroll found comedy growing up on his family's farm in Willow Spring, NC. From the time he could walk, he joined his father and uncle to farm tobacco, corn, small grain, soybeans, cattle, and hogs. Spending 14 hours a day in a tractor cab gave Jerry plenty of time to think about his life's dream of making people laugh. 27 Years of Comedy, Jerry's hilarious story about a farm safety mishap was a hit at the local seed store and he finally decided to pursue his life's dream at the local comedy club. His seemingly effortless ability to spin out punch line after punch line, story after story, took him from emcee to headliner in just eight short months. Since beginning in 1993, Jerry has performed for crowds from 20 to 20,000 in venues ranging from the local volunteer fire department's banquet, to the Ministers of Provincial Parliament at the Royal York in Toronto, Canada. Everywhere he goes, he leaves audiences roaring with laughter.